Parks

Grant County Park – Crittenden
This park sits on 40 acres. Park amenities include: eight shelters, an amphitheater, two outdoor basketball courts, a baseball field, two T-ball fields, recreational trails, three playgrounds, four multi-purpose fields, and a large multi-purpose barn that is available for rent.
Grant County Park is home to over 50 annual community events. The park is also home to two historical buildings: The Lloyd Welfare House and Rice Chapel.
144 South Main Street, Crittenden
[859] 428-4500
Directions: I-75 to Exit 166. East on Violet Rd to Right on U.S. 25 South, the park is 1/2 mile on the right.

Mt. Zion Park – Mt. Zion
This rural park is available for all residents and visitors to enjoy. Amenities include a picnic shelter and playground; a great place to bring a picnic lunch and enjoy the afternoon with family or friends!
Elliston Mt. Zion Rd, Mt. Zion, Kentucky
[859] 428-4500
Directions: I-75 to Exit 166. East on Violet Rd to Right on U.S. 25 South, 2 mi. to Right on Crittenden-Mt. Zion Rd, 5 mi. to Right on  Elliston-Mt. Zion Rd, Stay Right to stay on  Elliston-Mt. Zion Rd, Park is on the left.

Lloyd Wildlife Management Area – Crittenden
The 1,136 acre WMA consists of level to rolling terrain with some steep hills, fields, and woods provides opportunity for public hunting, fishing, and other outdoor related activities. The area is open to the public daily and offers several miles of hiking trails, trap, skeet, and rifle shooting ranges, an archery range as well as a 15 target archery trail. Leary Lake provides a nice spot to relax and catch some fish.  The one mile nature trail through one of the state’s oldest forest stands provides a great place to view wildflowers or song birds.
State Route 491, Crittenden
[859] 428-2262
Directions: I-75 to Exit 166. East on Violet Rd to Right on U.S. 25 South, 1/2 mile to left on KY 491, facility entrance is on the left.

Piddle Park – Dry Ridge
The 15 acre Piddle Park in Dry Ridge provides a shelter with restroom facilities, a large playground, two tennis courts, basketball court, volleyball courts, and a softball/baseball field for all ages. Lake Pollywog is stocked twice a year by the
KY Fish and Wildlife Division’s FINS program.
Main Street, Dry Ridge [Behind Drug Store] [859] 824-3335
Directions: I-75 to Exit 159, East on Broadway Street to Right on Main Street. Park is located behind Grant County Drugs.

Dry Ridge Skate Park – Dry Ridge
Part of Dry Ridge’s Piddle Park, the skate park is built into a hill and has an amazing old school snake run that starts at the crest of a hill and runs down into the main level. It has a bench T-like grind platforms, a bridge, mogul like bumps in the horseshoe and a tight kidney shaped bowl. The park has speed lines everywhere.  Open daily, dawn till dusk.
24 S. Main Street, Dry Ridge
[859] 824-3335
Directions: I-75 to Exit 159, East on Broadway Street to Right on Main Street. Park is located behind Grant County Drugs. Skate Park to the right of the park entrance.

Helton Heights Park – Williamstown
This neighborhood park offers a whiffle ball field and a basketball court.  Open to the community, this park is a great place for a play date with the kids or a pick up game with some friends.
Corner of Helton Rd and Helton Heights, Williamstown
[859] 824-6351
Directions: I-75 to Exit 156, East on Barnes Rd to a right on Helton Rd, Park is 1/4 mile on the right.

J.B. Miller Park – Williamstown
This park features a 1.1 mile walking trail that takes your through thick woods, varied terrain, changes in elevation over a  pedestrian bridge to a walk around a 10 acre lake.  The trail is great for family hikes and nature enthusiasts.
703 Waterworks Rd, Williamstown
[859] 824-6351
Directions: I-75 to Exit 156, East on Barnes Road to Right on U.S. 25 South (Main Street), 1 Mile to Right on Waterworks Road, Park is 0.7 miles on the left.

Webb Park – Williamstown
Webb Park offers playgrounds, basketball courts, tennis courts, shelters, a picnic area, restroom facilities, a nature trail and a paved parking lot.
400 Park Drive, Williamstown
[859] 824-6351
Directions: I-75 to Exit 154, East on Hwy 36 to left onto South Main Street, Park Drive is an immediate right after you cross the bridge.

Williamstown Elementary – Williamstown
All of the outdoor facilities at Williamstown Elementary are open to the public when not in use by the students. The area features a great playground.
300 Helton Rd, Williamstown
[859] 824-3760
Directions: I-75 to Exit 156, East on Barnes Rd to Right onto to Helton Rd, the playground is locat-ed behind the elementary school on the right.

Jonesville Park – Jonesville
The park features a shelter, playground and outdoor basketball court. It sits nicely in a country setting overlooking a rural family farm.
14460 Jonesville Rd, Jonesville
[859] 428-4500
Directions: I-75 to Exit 159, West on U.S. 22, 7 miles to Right on Hwy 36 (Jonesville Rd), follow Jonesville Rd for 5 miles, the park is on the left behind Macedonia Baptist Church.

Mullins Field – Williamstown
This facility has two shelters, two lighted baseball/softball fields and public  restrooms.  Mullins Fields is home to the Grant County Youth Baseball and Softball League as well as Adult Co-Ed Softball.
Barnes Rd, Williamstown
[859] 428-4500
Directions: I-75 to Exit 156, East on Barnes Road, entrance to the fields is just past the Northern Kentucky Health Department on the right.

Memorial Fields – Williamstown
Two regulation soccer fields are located on Eibeck Lane in Williamstown and is home to the Grant County Youth Soccer and  Williamstown Schools Soccer programs.
Eibeck Lane, Williamstown
[859] 428-4500
Directions: I-75 to Exit 154, East on Hwy 36 to right on U.S. 25 South, 1 mile to right on Eibeck Lane, Follow Signs to Memorial Fields.

Corinth Park – Corinth
This park is located on Highway 330 in  Corinth.  The park is owned and operated by the City of Corinth and sits on the same site as their community center.
Highway 330, Corinth
[859] 824-5922
Directions: I-75 to Exit 144, East on Highway 330, Park is 1 mile from the exit on the left