Find a Park
Ridgefield envisions an interconnected community with park, trail, and greenway systems that contribute to the City's small town character, provide a variety of recreation opportunities, and are an integral part of the community.
Use the following interactive map to find a park, trail, or recreation facility near you! You can expand the map using the rectangle in the top right corner.
Below is a summary and short description of each of our larger Community Parks. There are also smaller parks spread throughout the many neighborhoods in Ridgefield.
Davis Park is located in the heart of downtown at Main and Mill street. This park features children's play equipment, picnic tables, and a large grassy area perfect for a summer's night picnic. Parking and portable restrooms are available at the park.
Located at the end of Division Street off of N 5th Avenue near Union Ridge Elementary School, this 40-acre park features two children's play structures, horseshoe pits, baseball, softball, and soccer fields, walking trails, a disc golf course, a permanent orienteering course and open grassy areas.
The Park also has a picnic shelter, Bennett Hall, with tables and kitchen facilities by reservation only. If you are interested in reserving Bennett Hall or any of the sports fields at Abrams, please visit our Event Planning page for more details.
Located at the end of Main Street, Overlook Park "overlooks" the beauty of the National Wildlife Refuge. It is a way to connect the urban and the natural aspects of the city. The Park includes a stage where live music is played, a brick plaza, where the Ridgefield's Farmers Market and First Saturday Events are held, historical information about the early settlement of the Native Americans, and public restrooms.
Overlook Park may be reserved for events. Please visit our Event Planning page for more details.
A splash pad is under construction behind the stage at the existing park. Visit the project website.
Located at the corner of Simons and 3rd, Ridgefield's Community & Skate Park includes picnic tables, a gazebo, basketball hoop, and multiple features to challenge skateboarders. You will find teens and kids enjoying the park on a nice sunny day.
Located at the Corner of S Main Avenue and Sargent St. The Park contains a picnic table and benches so you can enjoy a nice picnic while overlooking the beauty of the National Wildlife Refuge.
Refuge Park, previously known as the Ridgefield Off Leash Dog Park, is located on Hillhurst near Great Blue Road. It features a fenced, off leash area where licensed dogs can run and play. There is water available, trash cans, and benches. Please pick up after your pet.
Refuge Park has improvements planned, please visit the Project Page for more information.
Is a 53-acre outdoor facility for sports, recreation, and education that will benefit the Ridgefield School District and the Community. This complex features six multipurpose sports fields, playground, community room, trails, and more. Please visit Ridgefield Outdoor Recreation Complex for more information. Reservations of RORC may be made through the Ridgefield School District.