The City of Titusville is home to nearly 122 acres of recreational property which includes 6 parks, 15 ball fields, 8 soccer fields, 3 sand volleyball courts, a 400 meter community track, community pool, BMX race track, skate park, tennis courts, walking and bike trails. A variety of facilities located at these sites are available to rent.
- Burgess Park
- Ed Myer Complex
- Evan’s Lodge
- Fleming Park
- Longeway Park
- O’Rourke Fields
- Robert’s Grove
- Scheide Park
Burgess Park, the City’s oldest community park, features facilities such as an outdoor swimming pool with slide, a variety of sports courts, open air picnic shelters, a sledding hill, pond, skate park, playground and more.
Pavilion #1, located on the West end of the park, is faced with stone, has water, electricity, and a seating capacity of approximately 70-80 overlooking the pond.
Pavilion #2, an all sides open shelter, located in the middle of the park has charcoal grills, seating capacity of 70-80 and overlooks the entire park.
The Activities Building lies on the East end of Burgess Park. It is a three-sided building, with a charcoal grill, water, electricity, and restrooms available. Seating capacity of approximately 70-80.
Burgess Park is also home to the Titusville Community Center which houses the Senior Center whose mission is to assure that older adults, remain active, independent, healthy and involved in the community and Council on the Arts. Titusville Council on the Arts is an organization whose goal is to make the arts affordable and available for the entire community through diverse programming that represents all components of the arts. Its mission is to stimulate, encourage, expand, and support the practices, appreciation, and understanding of the performing and visual arts among area residents.
A 38-acre community park and sports complex boasting many outdoor facilities for active recreational pursuits. Many of the facilities as well as their maintenance and upkeep are shared with the School District.
Facilities include a playground, picnic shelters, comfort facility/concession stand, track and field complex, seven baseball/softball fields, seven soccer fields, two sand volleyball courts, two tennis courts, the Drake Well BMX track, and several large parking lots.
Bordering the Complex to the east and north are the Queen City Trail which is part of the Erie to Pittsburgh Trail and Oil Creek.
A year round rental set on top of the hill at Burgess Park, Evan’s Lodge provides seating capacity for 40-50 along with indoor restrooms and a full kitchen facility. Horseshoe pits and outdoor grills with a view overlooking Burgess Park, the pond, and Dick Kraffert Pool highlight the Lodge that was completely renovated in 2015.
A small neighborhood park located on the south side of the city bound by the Oil Creek & Titusville Railroad to the south. A T-ball field, basketball court, open air picnic shelter, and playground are available.
Located near the eastern most point of the City off of Route 8, two opposing baseball/softball outfields blend together in center field. Soccer goals are located in the outfields with primitive parking areas nearby.
Covering a full city block, Roberts Grove is a large neighborhood park located in the northeast section of the city. The majestic oak trees found throughout the park are its most striking feature.
An open-air picnic shelter is available to rent and includes water, electricity, restrooms, and seating capacity of approximately 40-50.
The park offers a wide range of recreation opportunities to users of all ages.
Located in the center of town, Scheide is an attractive centerpiece for the City. The large oak and maple trees create plenty of shaded areas while park benches and a large gazebo invite residents and visitors alike to sit and enjoy the quiet beauty of the City.
The park is an ideal location for the concerts and festivals held throughout the summer and fall seasons. The park has many benches, lighted walkways, and fountains.>
Dick Kraffert Pool will remain closed for the 2017 season due to
inadequate staffing and for the safety of pool patrons.
8/16/16 City Administration Pool Presentation