The Adams County Parks, Open Space & Cultural Arts Department and a consultant team led by Design Workshop are working together to update the Riverdale Regional Park Master Plan. The park serves as a respite for people, contains an abundance of wildlife, provides a variety of recreational opportunities, and houses the Adams County Fairgrounds, Adams County Museum, and two 18-hole golf courses. Today, Adams County is trying to meet and balance the needs of the Regional Park clientele and visitors while looking to the future. A comprehensive master plan will ensure stewardship of natural resources, meet recreational demands of a growing regional population, as well as study the continued marketability and financial viability of the improvements to the regional facility.
For this project, it’s critical that we get community input throughout the process, so we are asking for citizens and stakeholders to share their feedback and suggestions via email. Please check back often for updated materials.
- Riverdale Regional Park Master Plan Map
- Riverdale Regional Park Master Plan - Part One
- Riverdale Regional Park Master Plan - Part Two
- Riverdale Regional Park Master Plan Appendix
Review the preferred concepts for the Riverdale Regional Park Master Plan:
Review items from the April 4 Open House:
Long-Term Park Growth
The Riverdale Regional Park Master Plan serves as a guide for the future development of the park. It defines the program for long-term park growth, including:
- Character of new and existing facilities
- Natural resources