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Parks and Green Areas

The Town operates four townwide facilities, which are designed to accommodate large activities and functions. The four townwide parks are Clay Park South, (located at 7200 Buckley Road), Clay Park Central I and Clay Park Central II (located at 4821 Wetzel Road and 7858 Henry Clay Boulevard), Clay Park North, (located at 4483 Route 31 behind to Town Hall), and Meltzer Park (located at 8400 Stearns Road) Neighborhood parks which number 28, are generally smaller in size and located in densely populated residential areas. These are primarily designed for neighborhood drop in type of recreational activities: organized league play, whether it be youth or adult, is discouraged.

Town of Clay Parks

3 Rivers Park

8879 Oswego Road
13041
Clay , NY

  • 3 Gazebos with electricity
  • Restrooms (Seasonal)
  • Water Access (Fishing-No Boating)
Black Creek Park- Project Green

9604 Black Creek Park
Adjacent to Canal Lock 23
13029
Brewerton, NY

  • Community Garden
  • Cross Country Ski Trails
  • Green House
Clay Central Park

(Henry Clay Entrance)
7858 Henry Clay Boulevard
13090
Liverpool , NY

  • PDGA 36-Hole Disc Golf Course
  • Pavilion with electricity
  • Grill
  • Playground
  • Swing Set
  • 4 Football Fields
  • 2 Little League Fields
  • Basketball Court
  • Restrooms
Clay Central Park

(Wetzel Entrance)
4821 Wetzel Road
13090 Liverpool, NY

  • Amphitheater

  • Pavilion with electricity and grill

  • Playground

  • Swing Set

  • 8 Soccer Fields (Various Sizes)

  • 2 Softball Fields

  • 2 Basketball Courts

  • 90' Baseball Field

  • Tennis Courts

  • Restrooms

Clay North Park

4483 VerPlank Road
13041 Clay , NY

  • 90' NCAA Dimensional Baseball Field
  • Softball Field (Lighted)
  • 50/70 Little League Field (Lighted)
  • Playground
  • Pavilion
Clay South Park

7200 Buckley Road
13088
Liverpool, NY

  • Playground
  • Swingset
  • 6 Soccer Fields (Various sizes)
  • 3 Softball Fields
  • Sledding Hill (Seasonal)
  • Tennis Courts
Meltzer Park

8400 Stearns Road
13041
Clay, NY

  • 4 Pickle Ball Courts
  • 1 Tennis Court
  • Pavilion (No Electricity)
  • Basketball Court
  • Playground
  • Swingset
  • 90' Baseball Field
  • 50/70 Little League Field
  • 2 Soccer Fields
Department:
Recreation

Reserve a Pavilion Area or a Field

To reserve a pavilion area, we open bookings to Town of Clay residents ONLY on February 1st (or the first Monday if the 1st is on a weekend) each year. Summer dates fill quickly, so be sure to call and submit your application well before your requested date. 315-652-3800 ext 139. Applications can be printed or filled out on our online booking platform. If approved, permits will be printed and signed by the Recreation Director and available at our office for pick-up at your convenience M-F 8:45-4:15pm.

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Park Operating Policies

To keep our parks safe and enjoyable for all our park users, we have established some rules and regulations governing our neighborhood and townwide parks.

  1. Neighborhood Park Hours - 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., Townwide Parks - 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
  2. Alcohol consumption is prohibited in neighborhood parks unless a large group has a special permit issued from the Commissioner of Recreation. There are no restrictions against the bringing of such intoxicants into a townwide park by individuals or family picnic parties.
  3. The operations of any motorized vehicles or bicycles are prohibited on any field, grass or court areas. Park users are asked to avoid, if possible, parking on grass buffer areas, entrance roads or turn around.
  4. Littering of any sort, including glass breakage, is prohibited and will be enforced by any Town Officials in attendance at the parks. If trash receptacles are unavailable, please take the trash with you in your car.
  5. Animals, including dogs, are not to be brought into the park unless restrained on a leash. Please be courteous and do not let animal defecate in and around Children's Play Area and Athletic Fields.
  6. Soliciting or selling any items in the parks is prohibited.
  7. Golfing and hard ball play are prohibited. Neighborhood parks in residential areas are prohibited areas, also.
  8. Have Fun.

Recreation

Officials

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James Muscatello

Commissioner of Recreation

(315) 652-3800 x 139
(315) 622-7259

Support Staff

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Cady Montague

Program Administrator

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Chrissy Clancy

Senior Citizen Coordinator