The Parks Department operates 15 diverse parks and trails throughout the Town of Perinton. The various parks feature a wide variety of fields, courts, open space, buildings, shelters, and other amenities. We work closely with the Crescent Trail Hiking Association to administer a vast network – about 35 miles – of hiking trails.
During the summer months and throughout the hiking season, we will feature parks and trails on our Social Media pages. Today we visit Spring Lake Park.
Spring Lake Park is tucked down behind Whitney Road West, in the northwest quadrant of Perinton. It is very popular with dog owners and is the site of a newly approved designated off-leash dog-play area. This new improvement is a direct outcome of feedback received from the community. The off-leash area is in the back of the park. The front of the park enjoys a multi-use field, playground and great views of the creek. One of the unique features of Spring Lake Park is how it is nestled alongside Irondequoit Creek. The creek offers opportunities for fishing and simple enjoyment of nature.
- Multi-use Field
- Picnic Tables
- Playground (Ages 5-12)
- Water Fountains (Temporarily turned off)