110 Man-O-War Drive, Danville, Kentucky 40422
859/238-1233, fax 859/238-1234
The offices of the Parks and Recreation Department are located in the William E. "Bunny" Davis Recreation Complex. On May 15, 1997, the facilities were named in honor of Mr. Davis (1917-2001), a long-standing supporter of recreational programs in the Danville-Boyle County area. These facilities have provided the public with step/aerobic and dance classes, racquetball courts, lighted tennis courts, a 25-meter swimming pool, complete free weight and cardiovascular equipment areas, in addition to new accessibility for registration of Parks and Recreation programs.
Danville-Boyle County's Regional Park, named MILLENNIUM PARK IN May of 1999, consists of approximately 126 acres and is located off US Route 150 (Perryville Road). The Park has been divided into active and passive recreation areas with restrooms located in the main playground, and softball, baseball, and football complexes. Millennium Park's exterior trail system length is 2.17 miles, and its interior loop trail is 1.14 miles. Planning for the Park was overseen by a committee containing representatives from the Danville and Boyle County community, appointed by the City and County governments. What would be in the Park was decided after this committee gathered comments at public meetings, developed several options, and then refined the choices after further public hearings. Millennium Park was dedicated on July 14, 1999.
The Danville-Boyle County Parks and Recreation Department accepts Discover, Master Card, and Visa for all payments $20 and over. Transactions must be made in the Parks and Recreation office,
110 Man-O-War Drive, Danville, Ky. We cannot accept credit/debit payments over the phone.
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Life in Danville......
John O'Sullivan remembers when youth sports was about children competing with other children instead of adults competing with each other through their kids.