Parks & Recreation
The Town of East Bloomfield is proud of our parks:
We have a building and a pavilion (to be completed in May 2021) to rent for reunions, weddings, parties, and other activities at Veterans Park. There is also a playground, basketball court, and walking path, as well as fields for soccer, softball, and other sports.
Other Places of Interest:
SUMMER RECREATION PROGRAM:
The Town of East Bloomfield will offer a Summer Recreation Camp this year.
The dates for the Program are Monday June 26,2023 through Friday, July 28, 2023.
The Director of the Summer Recreation Program is Amy Culbertson. The Assistant Director is Kelly Ulmer.
It will be held at Veterans Park.
Registration Details will be published soon.
The Town of East Bloomfield will be seeking campers, volunteers, counselors and specialists.
Details for employment will be posted soon.
The Town of East Bloomfield offers a Summer Recreation Program for children entering UPK through 7th Grade. The program has assigned groups according to the grade a child is entering in the fall. Regular activity stations for the program include games and sports, dance and drama, art-n-crafts, science, playground, and much more. In addition, special events occur throughout the camp, such as visiting entertainment and theme days. All activities are well planned and supervised by dedicated and attentive counselors and volunteers. The program focuses on team building and cooperative fun! Incoming 6th and 7th graders have the opportunity to do a little of everything. They attend some stations while at the same time having independent activities all to themselves. They also have the opportunity to help our younger groups of campers each week.
The program offers a full-day trip to Onanda State Park in Canandaigua. This is a fun day of recreational swimming, outdoor play, nature activities, and classic beach games. The campers have time to use the full facilities and eat lunch there.
Program t-shirts are provided to all campers in the program. The campers are required to wear the t-shirts for all field trips and other off-site trips.
Students entering 8th grade along with any student who is not yet 17 years old have the opportunity to volunteer. Volunteer applications are available when registration is open to Town residents.
Students 16 years old and older can work as Counselors for the program. Counselors are interviewed and chosen by the Director and Assistant Director.
The Camp Director is Amy Culbertson. The Assistant Director is Kelly Ulmer, who provides support to the Director. Also on staff is a certified medical professional to handle all medical needs of campers and staff.