Poolesville Sports

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2014 Baseball Field Permit Schedule

2014 Soccer Field Permit Schedule

2014 Official Holidays
Town Hall will be closed on these holidays
Jan 1 New Years Holiday
Jan 20 Martin Luther King Day
Feb 17 Presidents' Day
May 26 Memorial Day
Jul 4 Independence Day
Sep 1 Labor Day
Oct 13 Columbus Day
Nov 11 Veterans' Day
Nov 27
28
Thanksgiving
Dec

25
26

Christmas

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Field Use Conditions

Updated 3:00 PM
June 5, 2014

Field Condition
Halmos 1 Open
Halmos 2 Open
Halmos 3 Open
Steven's Open

Fields may need some hand work

 

Use determination on weekends and for "open and having soft areas" may be made by individual coaches using the posted guidelines and common sense.

 

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Recreation

The Town of Poolesville has what is described as one of the best parks systems in the state of Maryland. There are currently eight town owned and maintained parks, and a Montgomery County swimming pool facility, within the town limits.

Park Rules

Whalen Commons: 3.2 Acres

  • Location: Fisher Avenue between Milford Mill Road and Fyffe Road.
  • Facilities: Bandshell, walking path and open space.

Halmos Park: 15 Acres

  • Location: Running along the southern edge of Bodmer Avenue from Hoskinson Road to Hughes Road.
  • Facilities: Tennis courts, basketball court, baseball fields, softball field, soccer/football field, jogging trail, 2 parking lots, concession stand, pavilion, picnic tables, grills and bathrooms.

L.M. Stevens Park: 7.5 Acres

  • Location: Off Seneca Chase Park Road in the Seneca Chase Subdivision.
  • Facilities: Soccer field, tennis courts, basketball court, playground, baseball field, jogging trail, concession stand, 40 car parking lot, picnic tables, pavilion and tot lot.

Dr. Dillingham Park:  3.77 Acres

  • Location: General Commercial District, Wootton Avenue
  • Facilities:  Skatepark, future multi use

Elgin Park: 4.3 Acres

  • Location: Brightwell Crossing bordering Elgin Road and Jerusalem Road
  • Facilities:  Soccer/lacrosse field, recreation trail, basketball court, tot lot and pavilion

Perkins Park: 3.95 Acres

  • Location: Stoney Springs off of McNamara Road
  • Facilities: Ball field, tot lot, trail

Brooks Park: 1 Acre

  • Location: Just off Wootton Avenue at the south end of the Wesmond townhouses.
  • Facilities: Tot lot.

Collier Circle Park: 4 Acres

  • Location: Between Collier and Dowden Circles. Abuts Dry Seneca Creek.
  • Facilities: Open space and fishing pond.

Campbell Park: 2 Acres

  • Location: On the south corner of Wootton and Fisher Avenues. Part of the park runs behind several homes located on Wootton Avenue.
  • Facilities: Open space with walkway.

Westerly Avenue: 1/2 Acre

  • Location: On the south corner of Westerly Avenue at its intersection with West Willard Road.
  • Facilities: Open space.

West Willard Road: 3.79 Acres

  • Location: On the North corner of Westerly Avenue at its intersection with West Willard Road.
  • Facilities: Practice soccer field

Old Methodist Church Grounds: 1 Acre

  • Location: Property surrounding the Old Methodist Church
  • Facilities: Historic cemetery.

Lori Gore Park: 6,794 square foot

  • Location: McKernon Way
  • Facilities: Tot lot.

Bodmer Park: 1 Acre

  • Location: Abutting Halmos Park on the south and Bodmer Avenue on the north.
  • Facilities: Tot lot.

Wootton Heights: 1/2 Acre

  • Location: Abutting Wootton Heights Townhouses.
  • Facilities: Tot lot.

County Swimming Pool:

  • Location: North side of Fisher Avenue heading west from the Town Center.
  • Facilities: Lap pool, recreation pool, kiddy pool, bathhouse, etc.

There are also a number of public recreational facilities and parks within the region immediately surrounding the Town. These include Owens Park in Beallsville, which has a softball field, three tennis courts, a tot lot and a multipurpose recreation building; the Poolesville Public golf Course and Club, which has a public golf course, two tennis courts, meeting facilities, a picnic pavilion and soccer field; and the elementary and high schools, which together have four softball/baseball fields, three soccer fields, a football field and track facility.