Parks & Rec.

Grove City Borough has a wonderful system of parks and neighborhood playgrounds. If you live within the borough, chances are there is a playground within easy walking distance of your home.

Grove City Memorial Park — The main entrance to Grove City Memorial Park is located on West Main Street. This community park features a public swimming pool with a separate wading pool for toddlers and changing facilities; basketball courts; a playground; restroom facilities; a walking trail; a gazebo; several pavilions for gatherings and picnics; a duck pond with dock; a 9-hole disc golf course; and baseball/softball fields.

GCMP is host to a number of community events throughout the year, including Strawberry Days in June and the Fall Fun Fest in October, as well as the Canine Carnival, a garden show, and car shows.

To reserve a pavilion for a party or other group event, please see our Reservations page.

The park also features Grove City Borough’s honor roll and war memorials to commemorate those who have fought in various US wars.

Grove City Memorial Park Pool – Click below to view rules for use of the pool at Memorial Park

2017 Memorial Park Pool Rules

2017 Memorial Park Pool Hours and Fees

 FREE COMMUNITY SWIMMING LESSONS AT MEMORIAL PARK POOL:  Beginning Tuesday, June 27, 2017 from 11:00 – 11:30 am.  No registration required.

Opening Day:  June 9, 2017

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday – 12:30-5:30 PM

Wednesday 12:30-6:30PM

Saturday and Sunday – 1:00-5:30 PM

Daily Admission: $5

Observing Visitor: $5

Individual Season Passes: $45

Family Season Passes: $90

Babysitter Pass (for non-swimmers accompanying children):  Anyone under the age of 60 providing childcare must purchase an individual pass or pay a daily fee of $3.00.

Children under the age of 2 – free

Seniors age 60 and older – free

No refunds are issued.  In the event of bad weather a rain check will be issued, valid for seven (7) days.

Rainey Avenue Playground in Ward 1 — Located at the intersection of Rainey Avenue and Summit Street, this playground features a basketball hoop and play equipment.

Joseph D. Monteleone, Jr. Youth Festival Park in Ward 1 — Located downtown in Olde Town Grove City, this park features a large gazebo for events. To reserve the park for a group event, please see our Reservations page.

Greenwood Drive Playground in Ward 2 — Located at the end of Greenwood Drive, this playground features play equipment and a pavilion for picnics.

Hunter Farm in Ward 2 — Located at the end of Greenwood Drive, this area features a paved walking and biking trail and soccer fields.  The Hunter Farm recreational area can also be accessed from North Liberty Road.

Union Street Playground in Ward 3 — Located at the corner of Gilmore Street and Union Street, this playground features a basketball hoop, play equipment, and benches.

McConnell Street Playground in Ward 3 — Located at the corner of McConnell Street and Dale Street, this fenced-in playground features a basketball hoop and play equipment.

Terrace Avenue Playground in Ward 4 — Located at the corner of Terrace Avenue and West Washington Boulevard, this playground features a basketball hoop, play equipment, and a bench.

Stewart Avenue Playground in Ward 5 — Located at the end of Stewart Avenue, this fenced-in playground features a basketball hoop, play equipment, benches, and a pavilion for picnics.