Located behind Stowe Elementary School, Memorial Park is a central location for many recreational activities in the community including the Stowe Summer Recreation Program. The park includes several amenities like basketball and tennis courts, baseball and softball fields, an outdoor ice rink in the winter and the biggest attraction, the Stowe Community Playground!
Located across from Stony Brook Condominiums on Luce Hill Road, just off the intersection of Rte. 108. Chase Park offers access to the multi-use Stowe Recreation Path, picnic tables, and a newly installed bike maintenance station.
Located off Rte 108 across from Percy Farm Corn Maze. Thompson Park is the perfect place to take a break along the Stowe Recreation Path. The park offers scenic views of Mt. Mansfield, picnic tables, and grills.
Located behind the Stowe Community Church on Main Street in Stowe Village. Lintilhac Park offers access to the multi-use Stowe Recreation Path, picnic tables, and a newly installed bike maintenance station.
Mayo Farm Event Fields
Whether it’s on four wheels, a set of skis or a pair of cleats, just about everyone in Stowe has stepped foot on the Mayo Fields at least once. The 32 acre open space is home to the Co-ed Softball League, British Invasion, July 4th Celebration, Stowe 8-Miler, Bitter Lacrosse Tournament, Stowe Derby Cross Country Ski Race and much more.
The Polo fields are located next door to the Community Garden and Stowe Bike Park on the Mayo Farm property. With the capacity to accommodate several full size and modified sports fields in one 16 acre location, Polo has been an ideal spot for tournaments and league programs. Currently, Polo is home to Stowe Soccer Clubs, Mad River Rugby and the Stowe Flag Football League.
On any summer day, the Moscow Recreation Field is teeming with activity. From Little League games to fishing and swimming, this recreation area is home to a number of important community past times. The recreation field is a 4.7 acre open space with two youth baseball diamonds, a picnic area, small pond and over 600 feet of frontage on the Little River.
Sunset Rock is a small, scenic park located in the heart of Stowe’s historic village. The best way to visit is on foot by route of the Sunset Trail from Stowe Village. The trail begins at the end of Sunset Street and takes less than an hour to complete round trip. The gradual hike makes it perfect for those looking for a mellow walk through the woods. Plus, about 100 yards up the trail, walkers can enjoy a beautiful view of Main Street with a forested backdrop. This bedrock outcropping is the actual “Sunset Rock.” Enjoy the view, but please be careful as there is a very steep drop.