Parks and Recreation
The Village of Sherman has approximately 100 acres of park and recreation areas dispersed throughout the community. In addition, the Village Board continues to expand potential for additional sites and facilities for our residents to enjoy. Presently the Village has the following amenities available to the public:
|Ridge Lake Park (Birch Lakes) (Google Map)
||Playground, Basketball Court and Pavilion
|Crown Point (Google Map)
||Play Ground and Soccer Field
|Flaggland (Private Park) (Google Map)
||Play Ground, Tennis, Basketball and close to neighborhood Walking Trails
|Rt. 66/Veternan's (Google Map)
||Picnic Area, Old Rt. 66 Highway and a Veternan's Memorial
|Sherman Elementary School (Google Map)
||Walking Track, Soccer Fields and 2 Baseball Backstops
|Waldrop (Google Map)
||Walking Trail, Fishing, Soccer & Softball Diamonds, Playground and Pavilion
In The Works: 10-Acre Recreation Area
The Village has started the initial stages in the development of a 10-acre recreation area and future Village Hall site. This exciting venture includes a Pond with a Gazebo, 1 mile paved walkway, playground areas Outdoor Amphitheater, Family Shelters,/Picnic Areas, Dog Park, and site for a future new Municipal Building, For a view of the draft plan click here.
In the Works: Bicycle Path
The Village is co-sponsoring a grant application for the development of a bike trail between the Villages of Sherman and Williamsville utilizing the utility right-of-way that runs between our two communities. The path is envisioned to be a asphalt paved two lane path providing residents in our communities and surrounding area another recreation avenue.
In The Works: 40-Acre Park
40-Acre Park, located south of Andrew Road and west of Old Tipton School Road this 40-acre park is currently in the planning stages along with additional residential development. The park is intended to provide additional recreational amenities and green space for Sherman residents while also providing Sherman with athletic facilities that would attract athletic tournaments to Sherman.