Parks & Facilities

Open / Closed Status

Subject to change. 

Last updated May 19, 2020.

All visitors must


  • Playing Field Sports (baseball, football, soccer, lacrosse, etc.)
  • Shared sporting equipment
  • Gathering in groups of more than 10
  1. OPEN

Parks Open

  • Community Park 
    • Basketball courts only
    • 3 people per half court
    • Open sunrise to sunset
    • Bring your own ball. No sharing of equipment is permitted and no games are allowed.
  • Dog Park at Greenbriar Park
    • Open, dawn to dusk.
    • Closes until 3:00 PM each Thursday for maintenance.
  • Natural Areas 
    • Open space only
    • Open sunrise to sunset
  • Neighborhood Parks 
    • Open space only
    • Open sunrise to sunset
  • Wellington Environmental Preserve (Section 24)
    • Open from 8 AM to sunset
    • Maintain 6 feet of spacing on trails
    • Signage will direct traffic on trails
    • Observation Tower is closed

Facilities Open

  • Aquatics Complex
    • Hours of operation are Tuesday through Saturday, 10 AM to 6 PM; Sunday 12 PM to 6 PM; and Monday closed.
    • The pool will be open for lap swimming only, for 10 people total (1 person every other lane).
    • No cash payments. Credit card only.
    • Please call ahead, 561-791-4770.
  • Baseball & Softball Fields
  • Batting Cages
  • Golf Courses 
    • Single play. Pending further information.
  • Tennis Center
    • Open from Monday through Thursday, 8 AM to 7 PM, and Friday through Sunday, 8 AM to 5 PM
    • Singles and doubles play
    • 42 people allowed at facility at any time
    • No congregating on the court or sidelines is permitted
    • Locker rooms and showers remain closed
    • Bathroom use may be limited
    • No cash payments
    • For more information contact the Tennis Center at 561-791-4775
  • Tiger Shark Cove Park
    • Open sunrise to sunset
    • Playground and softball fields are closed
    • Basketball court and adjacent field are open
  • Village Park
    • Open from 8 AM to 7 PM
    • Gymnasium is closed
    • Pickleball - outdoor only, singles and doubles. No sharing of equipment.
    • Restrooms are open at fields 2, 3, 6, and 7
    • Roller hockey rinks are closed
    • Skate park is closed
    • Sports fields – no organized play or sports
    • Volleyball courts closed
    • Walking trails may be used in a unidirectional manner and adhering to social distancing guidelines.

Amenities at Open Parks

  • Basketball Courts
    • Open
    • 3 people per half court
    • Bring your own ball. No sharing of equipment is permitted and no games are allowed.
  • Boat Ramp 
    • Open, one boat on ramp at a time.
    • Boats shall be no closer than 50 feet apart.
    • Public ramp will be open from sunrise to sunset.
    • The following capacity limits are to be followed:
      • Boats 25’ or less
        4 adult passengers maximum, plus children under 17.  Maximum of 6 people on boat.
      • Boats 26’-36’
        6 adult passengers maximum, plus children under 17. Maximum of 8 people on boat.
      • Boats 37’-60’
        8 adult passengers maximum, plus children under 17. Maximum of 10 people on boat.
    • Individual kayak and paddle-board use is permitted, provided social distancing guidelines are followed.

  • Community Pools
    • Closed, pending further information
  • Fishing 
    • Follow Center for Disease Control Guidelines, 6 feet spacing
  • Gazebos
    • Closed
  • Observation Tower at the 
    Wellington Environmental Preserve
    • Closed
  • Pavilions
    • Closed
  • Pickleball
    • Singles and doubles play
    • Outdoor only at Village Park
    • No sharing of equipment
  • Playgrounds
    • Closed
  • Restrooms
    • Limited restrooms available.
  • Roller Hockey
    • Closed
  • Sports Fields
    • No organized play or sports
  • Trails - Equestrian
  • Trails - Walking & Biking
    • Follow Center for Disease Control Guidelines, 6 feet spacing.
  • Volleyball Courts
    • Closed

Additional Resources

Additional Coranavirus COVID-19 Information

Visit Wellington’s Coronavirus COVID-19 informational page for additional information, updates, and resources.

Virtual Recreation Center

Wellington is committed to the safety and well-being of its residents during this challenging time of social distancing. Staying home doesn’t mean we can’t stay active and connected. In an effort to help residents stay home and stay safe, Wellington has launched a new online Virtual Recreation Center with free live classes, educational activities, and resources for all ages.

The Virtual Recreation Center features a weekly schedule of classes with Wellington instructors in addition to on-demand videos, at-home activities, and virtual experiences the entire family can enjoy.