Village Parks

The Village of Larchmont has nine public parks scattered throughout its 1.1 square mile area, in addition to a conservation area located at the Larchmont Reservoir.  These public spaces offer a wide variety of uses, both active and passive, for the enjoyment of Village residents. 

While visiting any one of the parks in the Village, please be sure to adhere to the rules regulating activities within the park. A permit is required for hosting an organized event at our parks. The application is available here

Addison Park (map)
Addison Park is a small park located on Chatsworth Avenue, across the street from Chatsworth Avenue Elementary School. While you are out shopping, or just waiting for your children to be dismissed from school, it’s a great spot for a short respite.

Constitution Park (map)Constitution Park Summer Concert 2
Constitution Park is located on Larchmont Avenue, adjacent to Village Hall.  It is the home to one of two gazebos that grace our Village landscape, as well as a small playground area. The performance patio and Village Green have become home to annual music and art events, namely the Larchmont Summer Concert Series and Larchmont Arts Festival.

Flint Park (map)Flint-Park-1
No Dogs Allowed (with exception of service animals)
Flint Park is located at the end of Locust Avenue. It is the largest park in the Village, and provides both passive and active amenities. Within the park are three natural grass playing fields and one artificial turf playing field, six tennis courts, three paddle courts, and one basketball court. In addition, there are nature trails and picnic areas, and the Village's largest playground.  

Flint Park is home to the Flint Park Summer Day Camp, the annual Fourth of July races, and the Spring to Flint Run. The American Legion Post 347 Auxiliary is located within Flint Park.

Permits for use of the Flint Park playing fields and tennis courts are required.

Kane Park (map)
Kane Park is located on Boston Post Road, between Beach and Kane Avenues. It serves as a passive community park and features the Marge Piccone Gazebo, named after a former Co-Chair of the Larchmont Beautification Committee.

Larchmont Reservoir (map)reservoir
The Larchmont Reservoir is a 60-acre (12.76 acres within the Town) wildlife sanctuary and nature study area with lakeside trails and quiet woodland paths. The entrances to the Reservoir are located at 687 Weaver Street (park next to the tool shed), Sheldrake Lane (a gravel parking area across from Bonnie Briar Country Club), the Pine Brook Tennis Courts (on Pine Brook Boulevard), and Dennis Drive (off of Quaker Ridge Road).

Lorenzen Park (map)
Lorenzen Park is located on Lorenzen Street, just off of Boston Post Road near Larchmont’s border with New Rochelle.  It is our primary field for baseball. Permits for use of the field are required.

Plaza Playhouse Park (map)
Plaza Playhouse Park is a small park located on Palmer Avenue near Parkway.  It provides a passive open space within the Palmer Business District. 

Pine Brook Park (map)
Pine Brook Park is located at the intersection of Palmer Avenue and Pine Brook Drive.  The park is home to a playground and t-ball field. Also located in the park is the Dorothy Haigney Garden, named after a former Co-Chair of the Larchmont Beautification Committee.

Turtle Park (formerly "Vanderburgh Park") (map)
Turtle Park is located on Palmer Avenue near Vanderburgh Avenue.  The park is home to a playground, as well as open passive space. 

Willow Park (map)
Willow Park is a small park located at the end of Willow Avenue.  The park is home to a playground and basketball court, as well as open passive space. 

Privately-owned Parks in the Village
DeMatte Park (map)
Privately Owned by Larchmont Police Benevolent Association

DeMatte Park is a small island park located on Palmer Avenue.  It is dedicated to the memory of Arthur DeMatte, a Larchmont Police Officer who was killed in the line of duty.

Manor Park
Privately Owned and Operated by The Larchmont Manor Park Society

Manor Park is entirely owned and operated by the Larchmont Manor Park Society.  Many people visit the park each day for its exceptional views of Long Island Sound.  It is the only park that still allows individuals to bring their dogs for a walk (on leashes).  It is also where you will find the beach facilities, which are open to residents of the 10538 zip code.  For details about this park, or if you would like to take wedding pictures there, visit the Larchmont Manor Park Society website at