Oneonta boasts more parks than you may realize.  If we include the Town of Oneonta, then you'll have five parks to choose from!  Here they are:

Fortin Park: 101 Youngs Rd., Oneonta.  This park is the biggest Oneonta park on 95 acres of land.  This is a beautiful park with a lot of uses.

Neahwa Park: This park right near center city is home to the Oneonta Outlaws and offers a lot of sporting opportunities, along with beautiful Hodges Pond.

Susquehanna River Park: Located at the end of Silas Lane, near I-88 exit 13, the park  is home to soccer fields and the Oneonta Greenway.  The Greenway goes along the Susquehanna and a great trail for bird enthusiasts.

Swart Wilcox Historic Park: In this park next to Riverside Elementary School, you'll find soccer fields, a baseball field, plots for the city's Community Gardens program, and of course the oldest house in Oneonta - The Swart-Wilcox House & Museum.

Wilber Park: This two-level park has Briggs Pool, tennis courts, a great playground, wonderful walking trails and picnicking opportunities.