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Swim signups will be held June 23 and 24 from 10 am-5 pm in the Main Lodge at Kineowatha Park and lessons begin on the 25th.

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Lunch at Kienowatha Park from JUNE 30TH to August 7th Monday-Thursday

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Geocaching at Kineowatha Park


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Link to Challenger Soccer Camp    

  Winter Activities:  Take place at Academy Hill School Gym
               Monday - ADULT COED VOLLEY BALL 7:30 to 9:00 PM
               Tuesday - Men's Basketball 7:30 to 9:30 PM 
               Wednesday - Women's Basketball/ZUMBA 7:30- 9:30 PM IF ENOUGH INTEREST
               Thursday - Adult Coed Volley Ball 7:30-9:30 PM
Skating Rink Warming Shack Hours:  Monday-Thursday  3:00 to 5:00 PM  Fridays 3:00- 8:00 PM Sat 12-8PM Sunday 12:00 to 6:00 PM
                                                          Lights are on until 8:00 PM every night

Parks & Recreation Committe

Stacey Damon, Chairman ~ Corey Black, Secretary

Richard Huntley
Dexter Eustis
Mike LeClair
Katrina Fay

Kineowatha Park


Summer—Open 8:00am until Sunset (Lodge open from 10:00-5:00) 
Winter—Open 8:00 a.m. until 8:30 p.m. 
Swim Program last week in June to 2nd week in August. 
Fall Soccer/Winter basketball/Spring baseball/softball all for grades 2-8. 
Winter Skating/Ice Hockey 
FMI Frank Donald 207/645-4825.

Located on the shore of Wilson Lake, this 63 acre park is our largest. In addition to general recreation, it provides for business and private gatherings, and supports the needs of the local Lions Club, Boy Scouts and Senior Citizens Club. (A town historian, Harold Karkos, once presented a talk on the History of Kineowatha Park

Among the park’s features are: 

  • A beach with a dock and a float to accommodate swimming lessons 

  • Play space for the younger set 

  • A basketball court with 6 hoops, 2 tennis courts, a volleyball court, a Little League field, a practice field, a multi-purpose field and two sets of horseshoe pits 

  • 30 picnic tables and a cookout area 

  • an ice skating rink, and walking trails 

Programs at Kineowatha Park include: baseball, basketball, soccer, volleyball, canoing, swimming, fishing/frogging, croquet, tennis, table tennis, ice hockey, ice skating, x-c skiing, meetings, mountain biking, nature walks/jogging, picnics, playground, reunions. 

Bass Park

At the foot of Wilton Lake, this park (pictured at the top of this page) offers a large grassy area where youngsters of all ages can swim, watch the little ones at play, or just lie in the sun. It boasts: 

  • 2 picnic tables 

  • a set of swings 

  • a climbing structure 

  • a set of see-saws 

  • a slide 

  • a merry-go-round 

  • and 3 benches where you can sit and watch the world go by! 

                                Wilton Trestle]

East Wilton Park

Located adjacent to the East Wilton Fire Station, this park provides a recreation area for the residents of East Wilton. It has: 

  • a picnic table 

  • a Little League Field and a basketball court with 2 hoops 

  • a Merry-Go-Round, a slide, a set of see-saws and three swings 

Pictured at left: The East Wilton trestle,"Courtesy of Western Maine ATV Association and Woodland Wanderers Snowmobile Club," is part of the Interstate Trail System for snowmobiles and ATVs. The trestle was once part of the Boston & Maine Railroad, which terminated in Farmington. Now it provides passage for bicyclists, ATV-ers and snowmobilers.



Dryden Park

Located in Dryden, this park offers: 

  • a basketball court and a horseshoe pit 

  • 2 sets of swings, a sandbox, a climbing structure, and a slide 

  • 2 benches and 2 picnic tables 

Academy Hill School

The Wilton Rec Department also has the use of the Academy School Gym for: 

  • Adult basketball program 

  • Grades 2-8 basketball program 

  • Volleyball program 

  • Aerobics 

  • Gymnastics 


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