Welcome to Key Pen Parks
Board of commissioners meetings are the second Monday of every month. The public is always encouraged to attend.
Regular meeting - July 10, 2017
7:30 pm in the park office at Volunteer Park
July 10, 2017 Agenda
Thank you for helping with the playground
A heartfelt thanks from Key Pen Parks to the scores of folks who helped with the playground build this past weekend. We got everything done that was on the agenda with some time to spare! If you drive past Gateway Park, you will see what an incredible playground this is shaping up to be. Thank you, volunteers, for devoting some of your weekend time to making this happen!
Note: An opportunity for volunteers under 18 to help with the installation of engineered wood fiber will be announced at a later date.
Gateway Park Caretaker Information
News & Highlights
Fourth of July Community Hot Dog Social
It's the third year for this popular event that gives families something fun to do while they await their evening plans! We have many new sponsors this year coming together to make this year's event bigger and better! Click the image below to be taken to the event page, where you can find more information, as well as the group games and haypile hunt schedule.
Explore and chill at local parks this summer!
Families! Enjoy time together at a local playground ... then enjoy a FREE chilly treat from Key Pen Parks this summer! There will be several dates for Popsicles in the Park. Click the image above to learn what the dates and locations are and then make plans to play at your local park that day. The next one is on Wednesday, June 28, at the Key Peninsula Civic Center playground. We’ll be handing out chilly treats 5-6 pm or while supplies last!
Walter, walking and forestry ... oh my!
The second of three Wednesday Walks with Walter activities this summer is coming up on July 26 at Rocky Creek Conservation Area. Join beloved retired forester Walter Briggs and learn some interesting facts about our local forests, the forestry industry, and even tidbits like how you can tell how old a tree is without chipping it down (to count rings)!
Meet in the parking lot at 6:30 pm. This activity is very family friendly, but not stroller friendly. Bring your bug spray and get ready to learn something new while exploring your local park! More information is on the Wednesday Walks with Walter web page.