Community

Parks and Recreation

Gordonsville Park Project Land and Water Conservation Fund grant application

**A community meeting to get public input on the redevelopment of Verling Park and Dix Memorial Pool will be held at the park pavilion on Thursday, August 4th beginning at 6:30 p.m. The Mayor and members of Town Council will be in attendance. Anyone interested in the project is welcome to attend the meeting, which will be facilitated by the Town's park consultant, Land Planning and Design Associates. 

For more information, contact the Town Manager at 540-832-2233.

Verling Park / Dix Memorial Pool
Verling Park and Dix Memorial Pool are located between Linney Street and Allen Street. 

All areas, amenities, and facilities located in the park are open to the public. Items include:
  • A tennis court
  • A playground
  • A picnic shelter
  • Conveniently placed trash receptacles
The park contains the county's only public swimming pool.

The park is open one hour before sunrise until one hour after sunset. Dogs must be on a leash and under control in the park. 

The picnic shelter is available for rent for private events and parties. To rent the picnic shelter, call Town Hall at 540-832-2233. The application for rental is available online here.
 
Cooke Park
Cooke Park was built on land donated by the William A. Cooke Foundation, honoring long-time local businessman William Cooke.  The project was completed with the support of Bruce and Jacqueline Gupton, who purchased and renovated a number of Mr. Cooke's downtown properties.

Cooke Park sits on Main Street in the heart of the shops and galleries of Gordonsville. It is a lovely place to sit and enjoy the calm surroundings of our community. 
 
Gordonsville Quarry
The Town of Gordonsville does not permit recreational use of the quarry at this time.