MANCHESTER VILLAGE RECREATION FACILITIES
Carr Park (approximately 20.8 acres) has four pavilions with picnic tables, two restrooms, a drinking fountain, parking lots, bicycle rack, softball diamond, backstop, bleachers, two sand volleyball courts, two memorial plaques set in stone, benches, grills, merry-go-round, two swing sets, one slide, one jungle gym, a marsh, and a pond. This is the site of the Fourth of July community picnic, games, fireworks and the annual Riverfolk Festival. The baseball diamond is used by the Summer Recreation Programs including PeeWee, T-Ball, Little League and softball teams in addition to volleyball and Soccer. It is also a popular play and picnic spot.
Kirk Park (3.75 acres) has two fenced baseball diamonds, four dugout benches, four sets of bleachers, a pavilion with picnic tables, two swing sets, a basketball court, two tennis courts, one jungle gym, and two parking areas (one is milled asphalt; the other is paved). The teams of the Summer Recreation Little League Program use the baseball fields, and the entire park is used for play by nei ghborhood youth.
Wurster Park (1.5 acres) contains a war memorial stone, flagpole, landscaping, and 19th-century style gazebo. The park is a local play area. The gazebo is the site of a weekly concert series in the summer and is also used for special events, speeches, weddings, etc. The park also is the site of games, concerts, and craft demonstrations during selected summer events.
Chi-Bro Park (9.3 acres) has a 3.5 acre spring-fed pond, small dam, grassy area, woodlot, nature trail, swing sets, two grills, benches and six picnic tables, timber-frame pavilion, wood play structure, flag pole and light, split rail fence, two sand volleyball courts, horseshoe pits, and outdoor ice rinks. Landscaping is ongoing. A designated cross-country track extends through the park into adjacent property and is also used by the high school teams.