Family time is fun time at Bicentennial Park. Close to Gillette homes at 300 W. Warlow Drive, families love the ease of getting out into the sunshine. The park overflows with recreational opportunities perfect for all ages.
A walking path beckons and those seeking a peaceful pace walk alongside parents, who secretly hope a lengthy trek will lull restless infants to sleep in their strollers. Nearby an open play area encourages games of tag and frisbee. Playgrounds are scattered throughout and shrieks of laughter from swingers, sliders and climbers are readily heard coming from the structures.
Parks and Rec Programs Bring Even More Value to Gillette Properties
Athletes are in their element on this Gillette property. Game winning goals are scored on lush soccer fields while layups are expertly laid out on the basketball court. Softball and baseball teams strike up friendly bouts of competition on the ball fields. Players eagerly step up to the plate as star pitchers take the mound. Friends and family cheer for homeruns and jeer for inning ending strikeouts. Around the bend, there’s a racket on the tennis court where players give it their all.
Four picnic shelters house special events. Gillette home owners often host birthday parties, family reunions, anniversaries and more under shady structures. Reservations are required and can be made up to a year in advance May through September. Rental fees are $20 per day with an additional security deposit. More information can be gained by calling 307.682.7406. Take a sneak peek at a map of the park shelters here.
The Campbell County Parks and Recreation Department keeps Bicentennial Park in tip top shape. Under their expert care numerous parks and other recreational facilities flourish. Youth and sports programs are readily available for those who wish to learn a new sport. Classes allow residents to explore new hobbies and gain new skills. More information for happenings in the park can be found online.