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Hoopes Park

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Features

  1. Activity Building
  2. Adult Baseball Field
  3. Backstop
  4. Basketball Court
  5. Grill
  6. Open Play Area
  7. Parking
  8. Pavilion
  9. Picnic Tables
  10. Playground
  11. Restrooms
  12. Tennis Courts
  13. Water Fountain
Playground Equipment
  • Curved Climbing Wall
  • 4-Wheeler Climber
  • Double Chute Slide
  • 2 Bay Tot Swing Set
  • 2 Bay Youth Tot Swing Set
Activities Held at Hoopes Park
  • Summer Camp: An 8-week program held June - August
  • Park Rentals: Available upon registration between Memorial Day and Labor Day
  • Tennis lessons held seasonally
  • Youth soccer programs held seasonally
  • Star Party held seasonally
  • Adult baseball league at Farley Field
History
Hoopes Park is located on 16.2 acres of land. The park was named after Josiah Hoopes who was one of the 3 original park supervisors. The park opened in the summer of 1957, so the children of the community could have a place to gather. The first piece of land was purchased from Edward Jackson for $1 on December 20, 1928 and the second piece of land on June 1, 1939 for $1.