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Curtis Memorial Park


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  1. Amphitheatre
  2. Baseball Fields
  3. Boating
  4. Concessions
  5. Fishing
  6. Golf Course
  7. Horseshoe Pits
  8. Outdoor Pool
  9. Pavilions
  10. Picnic Tables
  11. Playground
  12. Restroom Facilities
  13. Skateboard Park
  14. Softball Fields
  15. Tennis Courts
  16. Volleyball
  17. Walking Track/Trails
Located among the rolling hills of Hartwood’s farm country, Curtis Park’s 580 acres consist of open fields, shaded play areas, trails, a fishing lake, a skateboard park, and an 18-hole golf course. Curtis Park is a place to play softball, soccer, or tennis, and to swim or enjoy a picnic in the woods. Pool admissions are collected Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day. Picnic pavilion reservations can be made online or by calling 540-658-5019.

  • Olympic size swimming pool and tot pool with water umbrella (open Memorial Day Weekend-Labor Day)
  • Baseball / Softball Field
  • Nature and Orienteering Trails
  • Two Sand Volleyball Courts
  • Three premium-surfaced Tennis Courts
  • Skateboard Park
  • Playground
  • Ample Parking
  • Seven Picnic Pavilions (by reservation)
  • 91-acre Fishing Lake
  • 18-hole Golf Course

Park History
Curtis Park opened in June 1975. Part of the land for the park - 100 acres - was donated to the County by the heirs of Jesse L.B. Curtis, who wanted his farmland used for recreational purposes. The family also offered the remaining 400 acres of their property to the county for the park; the land was purchased with a combination of county, state and federal funds.

In 2014, renovations to the Curtis Park pool were completed. New tiles were installed in the Olympic-size main pool and in the wading pool. Repairs to the deck surrounding both pools were also completed and a new handicapped access ramp was installed. In addition, many other “behind the scene” improvements were completed including new pool filters, pumps and valves to enhance the pool’s operation. The renovations, which cost $1.1 million, were paid for with funds from the voter-approved Parks and Bond Recreation Bond Referendum that was passed in 2009.  In 2015, improvements were made to the bath house that supports the pool to include new flooring, showers and other restroom amenities.

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