Parks & Rec
Welcome to Middlebury Parks and Recreation
Middlebury Parks and Recreation offers programs, athletics and special events for adults, youths and families.
Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Physical Address: 154 Creek Road
Mailing Address: 77 Main St Middlebury, VT 05753
Website: townofmiddlebury.org Go to Departments and select Parks and Recreation
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Middlebury Parks & Recreation Committee
Greg Boglioli –Chair and East Middlebury Representative
Tricia Allen – Ilsley Library Representative
Bill Ford- Memorial Sports Center Representative
Farhad Khan- Selectboard Representative
Carl Robinson- Middlebury At-Large
Mark Wilch- Middlebury At-Large
Megan Curran- Middlebury At-Large
Megan Mayo- Middlebury At-Large
Karen Duguay- ACSD Representative
Zoe Kaslow- Addison Central Teens Representative
Equipment Donations Wanted
Do you have gently used sports equipment lying around collecting dust at your house? Why not donate it to Middlebury Parks and Recreation. We are trying to build an inventory of used equipment so we can begin offering equipment swaps or donations to any family wishing to participate. Equipment can be dropped off anytime between 9am and 3pm at the Middlebury Recreation Center located at 154 Creek Rd. Thank you in advance!
RESERVATIONS- Facilities and Sports Fields
Middlebury Parks & Recreation Department requests that all groups planning to use our facilities or fields please notify us in advance by making a reservation. Anyone wishing to make a reservation must complete a facility use application, available in our offices or online at the Town website. Facility Use Request Forms are considered on a first come, first serve basis, depending on availability. Rental fees may apply. For additional information regarding availability, rates, and reservations, contact the MPR offices at (802) 458-8014
Non-Residents of Middlebury are allowed to register for all Parks and Recreation programs. Non-Residents will be charged an additional fee of 15% for each program registered for. A Non-Resident is defined as someone who does not live in Middlebury or pay property taxes to the Town of Middlebury.
Middlebury Parks and Recreation is pleased to be able to offer scholarships to participate in all of our programs. The scholarship guidelines are based on the free and reduced lunch guidelines within the schools. If you’d like to apply for a scholarship or more information, please contact our office.