Parks in Millington
The Town of Millington's parks offer many diverse activities to its residents and to the general public.
Robvanary Park is located on the west edge of Millington along Cypress Street. The park offers a pavilion, a playground for children, a walking trail with benches along the trail, and health equipment for adults. The Town plans to apply for a DNR Open Space grant to create soccer fields, a basketball court, enhance the walking trail, and resurface the parking area.
Millington Community Pool
Kent County Parks and Recreation maintains the Millington Pool, which is located to the north on 154 Millington Road. The pool is open from June through August and can be reserved for private parties. General questions - please contact Kent County Parks and Recreation at 410-778-1948. Call 410-810-2980 for information during swimming season.
Millington Water Front Park
The Town of Millington enjoys the Head of the Chester for its fishing. Please stop by and enjoy the scenic walk and views of the pond and river. The Mayor and Council plan on expanding this park in the near future.
Freedom Trail Serenity Park. The Town of Millington has received approval for a non-capital grant to begin research and design for a future park at 414 Cypress Street. Our plans are to transform the historical Quaker burial grounds into a serenity park. This project will create a site of reflection of the Town's history during a time of great turmoil with interpretive signage, genealogical information, and a potential future part of a virtual or driving tour. We hope this park will instill an understanding of our heritage and appreciation of our history to area residents and visitors.