The Monroe County Parks Department is comprised of dedicated staff working with community partners in effectively and efficiently providing an array of park services. This ensures that everyone may enjoy recreational and educational opportunities while treasuring the natural, zoological, horticultural, historical and geological features of the Monroe County Parks System.
Parks Announcements & News
Dog Park News:
Off-leash Dog Parks: October On-Site Registration Hours TBD:
All new registrations will be good until the end of 2014. We will offer 14 month registrations as of November 1st, 2014 that will be good through the end of 2015.
**Please note: You must bring documentation of the dog's license from your town of residence (not the metal tag) and of the dog's rabies vaccination from your veterinarian or clinic. We can photograph the originals if you do not have copies for us to keep.
- **NEW DOG PARK!** The Town of Henrietta has opened a legal off-leash Dog Park, too! It is called Lookup Park, and it is located at 3850 East Henrietta Road. For more information, please visit www.henrietta.org. The registration process, rules, guidelines, etc. are the same as the Monroe County Parks' Dog Parks.
Ontario Beach Park:
Movies in the Parks:
- FREE Movies in the Parks is completed for the 2014 summer season, as of July 24th, 2014. Please check back for next season's details!
Winter Activities in the Monroe County Parks
*These activities are done at your own risk.
We all love our parks. Please help protect our parks and be responsible caretakers when enjoying the great outdoors.
Monroe County Emerald Ash Borer Task Force (MCEABTF) Information
The Monroe County Parks Department, in cooperation with the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation coordinates the MCEABTF. This is a volunteer organization of forestry professionals, scientists, natural resource managers, local officials, and private citizens. MCEABTF has organized to facilitate a science-based response to the economic, ecological, and public safety impacts within the forests and communities of Monroe County.
An ASH SEED COLLECTION WORKSHOP FOR RESTORATION AND CONSERVATION will take place at the Olmsted Lodge in Highland Park on Tuesday, September 16th, from 12:30-3:3opm. Please click here for the flyer and more details.
- A Homeowner’s Guide to the Emerald Ash Borer
- EAB Awareness Tree-Tags from New York State (NYS) Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC)
- Please "like" the MCEABTF Facebook page
- The next meeting of the MCEABTF is Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014, from 3 until 4:30pm at the Olmsted Lodge in Highland Park.