Wing-Dickerson Park – Located on Allens Lane near Carpenter Street, Wing-Dickerson Park is next to the Woodbury Child Development Center. There are tennis courts and a playground, as well as basketball courts where the Woodbury Summer basketball league is held. The City’s Juneteenth celebration is also held at the park.
Bell Lake Park – Located at South Girard St. and Myrtle Ave. – This park provides a nice setting for passive recreation such as fishing, picnicking, reading, sunbathing or simply relaxing. This park is also an ideal setting for outdoor weddings or photographs after a wedding as the park offers a lake with a fountain and footbridges.
Woodbury Creek Park – Located at the foot of Wood St. – This park is ideal for such activities as canoeing, fishing and hiking along the Woodbury Creek. This park also has a footbridge that connects it to Cap Paine Park.
Frances Avenue Fields – Located at Frances Ave. – This park is home to the Woodbury Little League and the Woodbury High School Varsity Baseball and Softball Teams. This park features the following amenities: five little league fields, one t-ball field, a picnic pavilion, and a tot lot for children between the ages of two and five.
Broad St. Lake – This park is adjacent to the Woodbury Police Station on N. Broad St. It is ideal for fishing and is a favorite location for remote-control boat enthusiasts.
Green St. Playground – Located at Green St. and Dare St. – This park offers a small playground for children between the ages of two and five.
Evergreen Ave. Lake – Located at North Evergreen behind Evergreen Square Shopping Center – This park is part of the Woodbury Lake System and offers an ideal setting for fishing.
David A. Laverty Sr. Sports Complex – Stewart Park – Located on East Red Bank Ave. adjacent to the YMCA – This park offers a baseball field that is home to the Woodbury High School Junior Varsity Baseball team and a football field home to the Woodbury Steelers youth football league. There is also a boat ramp that provides access to Cooper St. Lake, Evergreen Ave. Lake, Hunter St. Lake and Broad St. Lake. Renovated during the summer/fall of 2005 and spring/summer of 2006, this park provides a playground, baseball field, combination football/soccer field, skateboarding area, nature trail and boat ramp. This park also has a picnic area.
Cooper St. Lake – Stewart Park – Located on Cooper St. at the City line – This park provides fishing and is an ideal location for scenic walks along the lake as well as observing wildlife.
Hendrickson Park – Located at S. Evergreen Ave. and Cooper St. – This park is home to the City’s WWII memorial and the Police memorial. This park also features a small arboretum.