Delaware Park

Delaware Park can host Baseball, Basketball, Golf, and Tennis.

One of the first Frederick Law Olmsted-designed parks in Buffalo, the 350 acres of meadow, forest and lake serve as Buffalo’s “Central Park” featuring boating on Hoyt Lake by the Marcy Casino, Rose Garden, Japanese Gardens, and a golf course, and newly added horse-drawn carriage rides (Sunday only from 1pm – 5pm.) As the focal point of the Olmsted System, it contains many popular cultural institutions.

Tennis Courts: 17

Softball Fields

Soccer Fields


Locker Rooms


DESCRIPTION: One of Olmsted’s first of three parks in Buffalo, Delaware Park serves as the focal point of the Olmsted system and today contains many of Buffalo’s cultural institutions. Simply named “The Park by Olmsted”, this 350-acre setting serves as Buffalo’s “Central Park”. This is the centerpiece of the Buffalo, New York parks system and located in the North Buffalo neighborhood. It is divided into two areas: the 243-acre "Meadow Park" on the east and the 133-acre "Water Park", with what was originally a 43-acre lake ("Gala Water"), on the west.

SPACENOTES: 4 Basketball Courts, 3 Playgrounds