Section 3 has two parks within its borders. The town’s heart is the Gazebo Park at Shepherd, Fulton and Spring Streets — a small vest-pocket park with, of course, a Gazebo! The park has special hours for dog owners to meet and enjoy the park and rules that apply to dog owners. Currently dogs are allowed in the park 7:00 – 9:30 a.m. and 4:00 – 6:30 p.m. All other times, the park is open to everyone except dogs.
The second park is owned by the Chevy Chase United Methodist Church and is filled with wonderful play equipment used by the children at their pre-school. The park is open to residents to use after school hours. It is located at the corner of Delaware and Shepherd Streets.
Other neighborhood parks include one on Shepherd Street run by the County in Martin’s Additions; Candy Cane City, a park with play equipment and picnic tables in Rock Creek Park just off Beach Drive in Chevy Chase; and Norwood Park, just off Wisconsin Avenue, south of Bradley Lane where they have tennis courts, play areas and play equipment.
The Gazebo Park may be reserved for personal use by residents of Section 3. Please complete the applicable forms and submit them to the Village Manager at least a week before your planned event.
Residents can reserve the park for private parties. Click here to see our Gazebo Park Use Policies.