125 Longhill Road
Williamsburg, VA 23185
Kiwanis Park is located on Longhill Road adjacent to James Blair Middle School. This 27-acre park provides a wide variety of both active and passive recreation.
• Ball Fields (3) lighted
• Playground Area
• Basketball Court
• Picnic Shelter
• Tennis Courts (7) lighted all-weather
• 9 station outdoor exercise equipment
• Field permits are required to use the fields for organized play.
• Dogs must be kept on a leash and cleaned up after in all our parks.
• Alcohol, in any form, is not permitted in the park.
• Parks and/or fields may be closed due to weather conditions.
• Parking: Free, in designated areas.
• Hours: Sunrise to sundown.
Ball Fields are used by the Recreation Department’s youth coach pitch, slow pitch and fast pitch softball programs.
Picnic Shelter with picnic tables holds approximately 75 people. The shelter is first-come, first-serve.
Tennis Courts are available to the public on a first-come, first-served basis, except when leagues or lessons are scheduled. The seven lighted all-weather courts and an adjacent lighted rebound wall are located at Kiwanis Municipal Park. The lights are available on demand daily from dusk until 10:00 pm, except December through February at 9:00 pm. A switch on the pole closest to the access gate for each bank of courts allows players to turn on the lights for one hour. A warning light above the switch comes on with 10 minutes remaining in the hour. If players need additional time, the switch must be activated again within this 10 minute warning window. The tennis courts are located off of Ironbound Road behind the College of William and Mary's Dillard Complex dormitories.
Directions to tennis courts: Turn on Ironbound Road from Rt. 60, then turn right on Tennis Ct. and drive straight back to the parking area behind the first dormitory. The courts are located behind the parking area.
Outdoor Fitness Equipment: Bring your energy and the kids to Kiwanis Park playground and try out the new Greenfields Outdoor Fitness equipment. The 9 station outdoor exercise equipment circuit with adjustable resistance adds another dimension for improving the recreational experience when visiting Kiwanis Park.
Williamsburg Parks and Recreation
The City of Williamsburg does not discriminate on the basis of disability in the admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, its programs or activities.