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Keney Park

 Keney Park The Keney Park Golf Course is an 18-hole facility, which dates back to 1927 when the first nine was designed by famous golf course architect Devereux Emmet. The course has recently reopened and is drawing rave reviews after a reconstruction investment of nearly $6 million made by the city since 2013. Learn more about the GPGC.

This 694 acre park includes 584 acres in Hartford and 110 acres in Windsor. Keney Park is the largest park within the city system, providing not only neighborhood recreation in a historic designed landscape, but also ecologically rich environments. The Golf Course area, primarily in Windsor, is not a part of the master planning project. There are three historic gates in Keney Park. The main park entrance gate on Greenfield Street is a memorial ensemble with “Keney Park, A Gift From Henry Keney,” inscribed on the bronze plaque mounted on a limestone pier. A pair of stone gate piers flank the entry drive.

Windsor: 110.00 acres
Hartford: 583.64 acres
Total: 693.64 acres
Keney Barbour
2 Cricket Fields  
Tennis Courts  
1 Spray Pool
1 Basketball Court  
Keney Woodland
3 Basketball Courts
2 Outdoor Pools
1 Playscape          
2 Swing Sets
1 Spray Pool
6 Tennis Courts
2 Handball Courts
1 Pond House
1 Nature Walk
1 Fitness Trail
1 Pond Picnic Area & Grills
Keney Waverly
3 Basketball Courts
1 Spray Pool
1 Playscape
2 Swing Set
2 Little League Baseball Diamond
1 Softball Diamond
1 Pony League Baseball Diamond
1 Concession Stand



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