Corbett Park

135 Clark Street
Brockport, NY 14420

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Corbett Park was named in 1975 to honor the families of John and Patrick Corbett who once owned a substantial amount of land around Smith Street. The Corbetts would cut ice in the winter to be stored in their ice house next to the pond. After refrigeration it became a favorite place to ice skate. This 9.7 acre park is located at the southwest corner of Smith Street and Clark Street and is the Village of Brockport's largest park. Through the efforts of BISCO there is a large play area. Corbett Park contains an open pavilion (thanks to Eagle Scout Kevin Rombaut) complete with eight picnic tables (thanks to Eagle Scout David Moon). In addition, several picnic tables and grills are located throughout the treed area of the park. Corbett Park has three tennis courts, an area for basketball, and a large open space that leads to the Erie Canal. A paved walking path winds through the park and past the pond. 
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