Mud Pond and Five Tree Hill
Try this excellent hiking corridor. Great for all ages and abilities. Take a look at a natural wildlife habitat at Mud Pond or at the great views atop Five Tree Hill. Parking is available on Mud Pond Rd. or Sunset Hill Rd.
Allen Brook Community Park
Located behind Allen Brook School, this park currently has two multi-purpose fields and the Village Bike Path which connects the neighborhoods of Southridge Drive and Coyote Lane. Parking is available.
Located off of Mountain View Road at Brennan Woods, this park has three little league fields and is the site of the Williston Community Gardens during the summer season. Parking is available.
Located at the corner of North Brownell Road and Industrial Avenue, this park is a sheltered area which is great for families. Two tennis courts, a basketball court, a little league field, swing sets, and a preschool play structure are available for your enjoyment.
Williston Community Park
Located behind Williston Central School, this park offers two soccer fields, a softball field, a little league field, two sand volleyball courts, an outdoor basketball court with lights for evening play, horseshoe pits, and a skating rink. The Village Bike Path runs through this park, making it an excellent destination for all kinds of recreation activities.
Brownell Mountain Conservation Area
Brownell Mountain, located along South Brownell Road, includes 106-acres of conserved land which is open to the public for recreational uses including hunting. No formal trailhead or trail system has yet been established.
Lake Iroquois Recreation District
This is a joint recreation area with the towns of Williston, St. George, Hinesburg, and Richmond. Swim at the beach, play on the playground and sand volleyball court, or hike on the loop trail. Season passes are available at the Town Clerk’s office, day passes are available at the beach. Snack bar.
For information on parks, recreation programs, and community special events, please contact the Williston Parks and Recreation Department.
Community Health and Safety Programs
Sports Leagues, Day Camp, Teen Leadership Opportunities,
Fitness Programs, Instructional Classes and Other Programs.
Sports Leagues, Fitness Programs, Instructional Classes,
Senior Specific Activities, and Other Programs.
There are three Recreation Program Guides published each year, Winter (January – April), Spring/Summer (May – August), and Fall (September – December).
Registration for all Recreation Programs can be done through the Town Clerk’s Office using the registration materials found in the season Recreation Program Guide.
Williston Parks and Recreation Department
Todd Goodwin, CPRP
Recreation and Parks Director
Mon – Fri 8am – 4:30pm