- Frederick T. Proctor Park
Explore Frederick T. Proctor Park
Located off of Culver Ave. between Rutger and Bleecker Streets, this 62-acre Olmsted-designed park is considered the crown jewel of Utica’s parks.
Explore the History of Frederick T. Proctor Park
Though F.T. Proctor Park is the smallest of Utica’s parks at 62 acres, this Olmsted-designed park is considered the crown jewel of Utica’s parks. Designed as a country park by the Olmsted Brothers Landscape Architects, this park is known for its open vistas and borrowed views as seen from the Grand Entrance, the Grand Lawn, Ravine, Lower Meadow, and Upper Field.
In the last 20 years, GreenUtica has invested in restoration and preservation projects in the park, including the stone staircases, the Lily Pond, the bathhouses, and the bridge.
More to Explore
- Explore this beautiful 62-acre city park
- Easy, 1-mile walking trail
- Multiple running trails
- Enjoy the sights and sounds of Starch Factory Creek
- Relax and reflect in the Peace Garden
- Enjoy the bucolic setting of the Lily Pond
- Stroll through the park on its many walking trails
- Dogs are welcome and love it here
- Bring the whole family for a picnic
- Pick a spot to relax on one of the many benches
- Play games on the great lawn
- Watch the City of Utica fireworks on the 4th of July
How To Book a Pavilion
Call the City of Utica Clerk's office to discuss availability and down payment requirements.
Download and fill out the City of Utica Event Permit request form .
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Utica, NY 13501