Cazenovia Park is connected to South Park by Red Jacket and McKinley Parkways. Built in 1893, the park originally comprised 106 acres, but was expanded by 80 acres in 1925. Affectionately known in South Buffalo simply as “Caz” this park is always full of people from the neighborhood playing a pickup basketball game running through the splash pad spray jets, or relaxing by the creek. Evenings and weekends you will usually be able to take in a round of golf, a little league baseball or youth soccer game.
DESCRIPTION: Cazenovia Park offers nearly the full breadth of classic Olmstedian landscapes and features found in other Olmsted parks. Its seamless blend of recreation and natural beauty makes Cazenovia Park a mayor South Buffalo attraction. A large sports field is located on the park's norther corner; dense groves of trees and pedestrian paths meander through the park.