Gertrude E. Miller Community Park

Discover the Wonders of Gertrude E. Miller Park!

Park Overview

Gertrude E. Miller Park: Where Fun and Recreation Meet Nature's Beauty!

  1. Ample Recreational Choices: With an expansive playground, dedicated spaces for both softball and baseball, the renowned Bing Crosby Stadium, an outdoor pool, and courts for sand volleyball, tennis, and basketball, there’s something for everyone!
  2. Perfect for Gatherings: Planning a day out with your family or friends? Choose from five picnic shelters available for rent, ideal for any get-together.
  3. Scenic Beauty: Situated alongside the tranquil waters of Happy Creek, the park promises not only a day filled with activities but also serene views and moments of quiet reflection.
  4. Easily Accessible: Located at the heart of the community on East 8th Street and Stadium Drive, the park ensures convenience for all visitors.

History and Connection

Take a step back in time to 1947 when Gertrude E. Miller Park first opened its doors to the public. Over the years, this 60-acre haven has transformed into a hub of activity, catering to the diverse recreational needs of Warren County.

The Community's Pride

Beyond its facilities, what truly sets Gertrude E. Miller Park apart is its deep-rooted connection with the community. Its proximity to key establishments like the Raymond E. Santmyers Youth Center and Lions Park strengthens its role as a central gathering point. The park isn’t just a recreational area; it's a tapestry of memories, experiences, and shared moments that resonate with every resident of the County.

Join Us

Be it an adrenaline-pumping game on the court, a refreshing swim, a peaceful walk by the creek, or simply a fun day with family and friends – Gertrude E. Miller Park awaits! Celebrate life's moments, big or small, in this beautiful setting.

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Green PlaygroundThe playground at Gertrude E Miller Park offers several options for children to play and discover. With five slides, two play structures, two swing sets, a sand digging pit, play cars, sand volleyball courts, and nearby tennis and basketball courts, there is plenty of fun for all ages. The park sits beside Happy Creek, an established Virginia Trout Stream as stated by Virginia Game and Inland Fisheries, and also holds the Happy Creek Rain Garden built in 2006.


Blue Playground