Elkins City Park

The Elkins City Park was the first park in the City of Elkins.  The 9 acres of land was granted to the city by Senator Henry Gassaway Davis and his wife, Katie in 1893.  It has become the hub of activity during the summer in the city of Elkins. It features three pavilions, nine picnic sites, a basketball court, eight horseshoe pits, and large playground area.  Many area festivals take advantage of the convenient location the Elkins City Park offers, such as the Mountain State Street Machine Car Show, Augusta Festival, Mountain State Forest Festival, and Elkins Area Band Auxillary Corn Roast.  It is a great place to have a family reunion and church picnics. Click here for directions to Elkins City Park.

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