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Village Parks & Public Spaces

The Village of Belgium welcomes the use of its parks and public spaces.  Many of our facilities are available to be reserved for private or public events.  Our park shelters at Community & Heritage Park can be reserved with use of the Refreshment Stand and the meeting room at Village Hall can be reserved for use by non-profit organizations.  Please click on the links for more information on use of our Park facilities or Village Hall as well as a list of fees that may apply:

Village Property Regulations & Fee Schedule

User Agreement

Non-Profit User Agreement for Village Facilities

Village of Belgium Ordinance Chapter 199: Parks & Recreation

Community Park is in the heart of Belgium and is the base for many of our Community events such as Luxembourg Fest and Friday Nights Live.  With it's open air picnic shelter, attached gazebo, and nearby concession stand it is the perfect place for group events.  


Lighted Softball Diamond

Lighted Baseball Diamond


Open Air Picnic Shelter

Picnic Areas

Playground Equipment

Grass Playing Fields

Tennis Court

Pickleball Courts

Volleyball Court

Ice Skating Rink (Seasonal)

Basketball Hoops

Donated to the Village of Belgium by members of the Luxembourg American Cultural Society in honor of Grand Duke Henri of Luxembourg, it is bordered on two sides by the Belgium Village Hall and the Luxembourg American Cultural Center and Museum. 


It features a bust of Grand Duke Henri of Luxembourg, green space, and Splash Pad that is open from late spring to early autumn.

Lake Hills Park is neighborhood park located on the south east side of Belgium.  It features a playground, open play areas, picnic area, and basketball Hoops.

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Pepi's Playground is a three acre fenced dog park located in the Belgium Industrial Park.  Pepi's Playground is open to the public, so bring your dog out for an off-leash run in our wide open space.  Please Click the link for more information:

Dog Park Rules

Heritage Park is located in the former Goschey Family Homestead.  In 2011 the Belgium Lion's Club partnered with the Village to build an open air park shelter with consession stand and restrooms named

'The Lion's Den'.  


Two Baseball Diamonds

Football/Soccer practice field

Picnic areas

Hiking/Biking Trail

Playground Area

Located Adjacent to Heritage Park, Bares Memorial Park is a tree lined green space located at the site of a former Belgium School House.

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