Maysville-Mason County Recreation Park
The largest park in Maysville, located just outside the pioneer village of Old Washington at 2340 Old Main St., is a 57-acre space with a swimming facility, dog park, a par-three golf course, putt-putt golf, three tennis courts, two softball fields, five picnic shelters, several playgrounds and a one-mile walking trail. The park offers sand volleyball, and corn hole, all equipment furnished. The park’s biggest attraction is a 12-acre fishing lake (Kentucky fishing license required). The park gates are open from dawn till 11 p.m. Access to the lake walking/driving trail is not restricted. See more rec park images here.
Activity charges are:
- $3 Ages 3-18
- $4 Over 18
- $10 Families
- 1/2 price after 4:30 p.m.
The swimming pool can be reached at 606-759-7013.
- $4 Age 12 and under
- $5 Age 13 and older
Par 3 Golf
- 9-18 holes $8
- Kids under 12 free with adult
- Family: $125
- Single: $100
- Senior: $75
Check at pro shop for par 3 golf scramble days and times.
The pro-shop is open 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., seven days a week. The pro-shop can be reached at 606-759-5604.
The recreation park also includes a dog park, playground, corn hole courts, three tennis courts, and four pickleball courts.
Recreation Park Shelters
Recreation Park has four shelters, Browning, RECC, DeKalb and Lake, which may be reserved May through October. These have reservation fees by the day on weekends. There is no charge to use the shelters during the week, and reservations may be made. Reservations may be made no more than one year in advance.
Payment must be made at the time of reservation and no refunds will be given.
For more, information on shelters. To check availability and reserve a shelter, call City of Maysville 606-564-2718.
The swimming pool and baseball diamonds are managed and scheduled by Limestone Family YMCA — 606-564-6772.
Maysville-Mason County Recreation Park is managed by Mike Wells — 606-584-5332.
Maysville River Park Marina
The marina is located on the east end of Maysville on the southern bank of the Ohio River. The river park offers camping, picnicking and boating fun for the whole family. The park has 43 improved camp sites as well as primitive camping. There is water and electric hook-up at each site. The park also provides a dump station, showers and restroom facilities, which are open 24 hours a day; snack shop, boat launch, gas pump, and playground. There are two picnic shelters, with grills, that may be reserved. The park is open April 1 through Oct. 31, with on site management 24 hours a day, seven days a week. For more information, call 606-564-2520.
2019 Park Manager Marsha Montieth, 606-541-6283
Neighborhood & Specialty Parks
Danny Hay Skate Park
The skate park is located on Forest Avenue in the east end of downtown Maysville. Several ramps and smooth concrete surfaces allow skateboarders to test their skills. Open year-round.
Second Street Mall
Second Street Mall is a shady oasis in the midst of downtown, featuring cafe tables and small covered stage. Second Street Mall is between Market and Sutton streets and is accessible from McDonald Parkway as well as Second Street. To reserve the Second Street Mall for an event, contact Caroline Reece at email@example.com or 606-563-2596, ext. 105.
Located on Union Street in the East End, has a picnic shelter, basketball courts and playground equipment.
The West End Dog Park
Located on the south side of West Second Street between Wall and Short streets.
Limestone Landing and Fishing Pier
Located at north end of Limestone Street and McDonald Parkway in the downtown. Fishing pier and boat dock provide easy access to downtown Maysville business district. Limestone Landing is adjacent to floodwall murals by acclaimed Dafford Murals.
Rotary Club Park
Located on Bridge Street in the downtown, Rotary Club Park offers a large green space, picnic shelter, playground, and community building. The Rotary Club does not reserve the picnic shelter, but the community building may be rented by contacting a Rotary member. Call 606-564-6846.