Pavement Road between Erie Street & Westwood Road
This beautiful park has 175 acres and is a year-round recreational facility. The park offers a walking/bike path, and cross country skiing. It has an enclosed pavilion which accommodates 150 people as well as 8 shelters accommodating 20-50 people. There are baseball, t-ball, and softball diamonds, and a multi-purpose field. Playground equipment and lavatory facilities are also available.
Within Westwood Park
Residents are welcome to have the name of a loved one permanently etched into a paver for a moderate fee. These fees are extremely reasonable in comparison to other projects. Fees derived will be put into a special fund for maintenance and future expansion.
Walden Ave. near Ransom Rd.
Walden Pond is a 56 acre park which has 8 softball diamonds, 3 sand volleyball courts, as well as a multi-purpose field, soccer field and football field. Seven shelters which seat 20-50 people enhance this park. Playground equipment and lavatory facilities are also available.
Attention: Walden Pond Park is closed until the spring of 2017.
Brady Ave. & Vandenburg Ave.
Keysa Town Park is home to our large outdoor pool as well as a wading pool. There are basketball courts, inline hockey rink, baseball diamond, playground equipment and lavatory facilities. A large shelter accommodating 75 people is available for rental.
The telephone Number for Keysa Park poolhouse is (716) 288-7211
Broezel Ave. & Ronald Dr.
Meadow Lea Park is the Town of Lancaster’s best kept secret. It offers a wading pool, basketball court, softball diamond, playground equipment, picnic shelter (accommodates 30 people) and lavatory facilities.