Parks & Recreation Department
Mike DeAngelis
Director

Lisa Tutor - Administrative Assistant

24 Townhouse Road
East Waterboro, ME 04030

Hours:
Wed. Thurs. Fri. : 9am - 5pm
Tues: 11am - 7pm
Phone: (207) 247-6166, Ext. 115
Cell: (207) 459-0487
FAX: (207) 247-3013




WELCOME TO WATERBORO PARKS AND RECREATION!

Thanks for your interest in Waterboro Parks and Recreation! We are a town sponsored organization committed to the education, entertainment, and development of the youth, adults and, senior citizens of the Town of Waterboro.

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The Parks and Recreation Department is made up of a full time Parks and Recreation Director, an active and enthusiastic Recreation Committee, and a number of committed Waterboro residents who represent the backbone of the department, the volunteers who help run the programs.

Waterboro has a great many things to offer. Parks and Recreation takes great pride in its parks and programming. Here is a list of the Parks:

Friendship Park: A recreational area that consists of picnic areas, a little league field, horseshoe pits, a playground, basketball court, bocce courts, beach volleyball, a multi-purpose soccer field, and lots of space for outdoor activities.

Gobeil Park Picnic Area at Little Ossipee: Located on Route 5, this area includes facilities for picnics, cookouts, swimming in Ossipee Pond, and a state authorized boat launch. During the winter, ice fishing is a very popular activity there as well.
Beach at Gobeil Park

Lions' Field: Located off Route 202 behind the Massabesic Lions' club, this field hosts adult and youth softball during the summer, and is also used for soccer and football.

Bob Fay Memorial Park (formerly Ossipee Pines): Located off the Webber Rd., across the lake from Route 5, Ossipee Pines is a scenic park in a natural setting. Trails cut across the pond onto islands that make for very quiet walks and rural beauty. NOTE: This park is now under management of the Waterboro Land Trust.

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