The Village of Honeoye Falls is home to four unique parks. The parks are always under review to look for ways for improvement through the Village Parks Committee. This committee works diligently to improve upon the usability, appearance, and safety of these parks.
Completed applications should be returned to:
Harry Allen Park
Harry Allen Park is located on N. Main St., right in the heart of the village. At the entrance to the park is a gazebo and behind that is a playground. The History Museum, Troop 10 Scout House and Old School House are all located in this park. In addition, the Zebulon Norton Trail starts here, leading down to the Lower Falls and continuing on to Rotary Park. In addition to an occasional wedding in the Gazebo, the park hosts many community events, such as "Movies In The Park", and where you can attend the Good Vibes Summer Concert series. Concerts run every Tuesday evening, 6:30-8:30 for June through August.
Monroe Street Park
Monroe Street Village Park is located on Monroe Street on the western edge of the Village. The park has 2 softball fields, a soccer field, a skateboard area, and scenic trails that lead to Honeoye Creek, which is behind the park. During the summer months this park is used almost daily by Men's/Women's softball Teams and Honeoye Falls Youth Soccer Leagues. Public Restrooms were installed in the park in 2007, made possible through a Monroe County Community Development Block Grant. There is a vision for this park and more improvements that have been developed with assistance from SUNY Brockport. Additionally, a feasibility study was completed in the fall of 2009 that looked at bringing an extension of the Lehigh Valley Trail from Great Bend Park (located in Mendon) through this park and continuing to the heart of the village. Keep your eyes on this park for exciting things to happen in the future!
Rotary Park (formerly known as N. Main St. Park)
Rotary Park is located on N. Main St., just north of the cemetery. On June 30, 2007, the new pavilion was dedicated and the park was renamed "Village of Honeoye Falls - N. Main St. - Rotary Park", or "Rotary Park" for short.
The Village Parks Committee has worked diligently with local civic organizations such as Honeoye Falls Lima Youth Soccer, and Honeoye Falls-Mendon Rotary Club to improve North Main Street Park. In the spring of 2007 the Village partnered with the Rotary to build a pavilion for public use. In addition, parking has been expanded, restrooms have been built, the soccer fields have been redone, grants were approved to assist in running electricity down into the park and, most recently, playground equipment has been added.
Rotary Park has two soccer fields and a pavilion available for reservations.
Village "Vest Pocket Park"
Vest Pocket Park is a small park located on W. Main St., directly across from the intersection of Norton St. It is the home of the famous Honeoye Falls Totem Pole. There are several picnic tables and benches and has a lovely view of Honeoye Creek.. This park is a pleasant location for residents to sit and eat their lunch during the summer months.