Town of
Oneida County, NY
 Parks & Recreation 

Town of Westmoreland Park

Charles Hebbard, Recreation Attendent

5045 Stop Seven Road

The Town of Westmoreland Park was begun with the purchase, in 1996, of 65 acres of land from the Marsh estate.

There followed a period of having the land developed into playing fields and many visits by the DEC to protect the freshwater wetlands within the Park boundaries.



Dawn to Dusk, the Park gates are locked at Dusk.

The Town of Westmoreland has purchased this property to develop into a Town Park. Ball fields, hiking trails, basketball and tennis courts are planned for the future. Water has been supplied to the Park and during the spring of 2002, a rest room and storage building were constructed near the ball fields. The Town Board has had a septic system installed and a pond was developed in the "back forty". The pond still needs cosmetic work and we are still under construction! A fence was installed in the fall of 2002. Goalposts and baseball back stops went up in the spring of 2003. Many of the youth sports were played at the Town Park during the summer of 2003, as the Westmoreland Central School was rehabilitating their ball fields.

The Town sponsored youth teams continue to play at the park. A playgroud was erected during the summer of 2006, near the Pavilion and new certified wood chips were added to the playground in the spring of 2012.


Please call the Supervisor's Clerk, Vikki Parent at 853-8001 Ext. 6 , for reservations to use the Pavalion. Please leave a message she will return your call.