Mary Laveroni Park
Mary Laveroni Community Park (with an area of about 2.3 acres), fronts Highway 120 in Groveland. It was built in the 1980’s and originally named Wayside Park. In August 2003, as part of its 50-year anniversary celebration, it was renamed in honor of one of GCSD's first directors, Mary Laveroni. During emergencies, such as wildfires, this park is used as a staging and bivouac area for emergency response crews.
Mary Laveroni Community Park is home to several annual events such as the “Where the Hell is Groveland” Classic Car Show, the Rotary Easter Egg Hunt, Flea Market, Halloween in the Park, and the annual 49er Festival and Chili Cook-Off. In addition to these annual community events, the park is used by individual members of the community for various special events such as weddings, fundraisers, and concerts.
For more information about reserving facilities, please review the information below and contact District staff at (209) 962-7161.
In order to schedule an event at Mary Laveroni Park you will need to:
- Review and complete a Park Use Application
- Review our Chair/Table Rental Policy
- Submit both a Facility Use Fee and Deposit, please see Rate Sheet
- Submit a Certificate of Liability Insurance according to the terms set forth in GCSD Ordinance 4-10 Section 800 regarding Park System Policies
(These documents must be submitted to District staff prior to your event. Please note, events are held on a first come first serve basis, and that no facility will be reserved without the above items.)
Please also review:Tuolumne County Environmental Health Sanitation Requirements