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Chet Hobert Park has five picnic shelters, and any can be used first come, first served — unless a shelter has been reserved by someone else. Picnic shelters can be reserved between 9:00am and 9:00pm any day April through October.

Jaycee Shelter: Located west of the main entrance behind the front ball fields, the Jaycee Shelter is equipped with electricity and covered grill. It can accommodate up to 50 people. Comfort stations are located nearby at ball fields and the Clarke County Recreation Center.

Kiwanis Shelter: Located in the front of the park adjacent to the wooden playground, the Kiwanis Shelter is equipped with electricity, a covered grill and water. The shelter will accommodate up to 50 people. Comfort stations are located at the front ball fields and the Recreation center.

Lions Shelter: Located on the south side of the park, the Lions Shelter is equipped with electricity, covered grill, and water. It can accommodate 75 to 120 people. Comfort stations are located nearby at ball fields and the Clarke County Recreation Center.

Rotary Shelter: Located in the center of the park adjacent to the playground, the Rotary Shelter is equipped with electricity, grill, and water. It can accommodate up to 100 people. Comfort stations are located nearby at ball fields and the Clarke County Recreation Center.

VFW Shelter: Located on the south side of the park next to ball fields and Tot Lot, the VFW Shelter is equipped with electricity, covered grill, and water. It can accommodate 75 to 120 people. Comfort stations are located nearby at ball fields and the Clarke County Recreation Center.

Fees:

Picnic shelter rental fees are $36 per 4 hours (4 hour minimum) and $8 per every additional hour; $28 per 4 hours (4 hour minimum) and $6 per every additional hour for Clarke residents; 50 percent discount for Clarke County non-profit organizations.


Possession/consumption of alcoholic beverages on park property is prohibited.

Contact Clarke County Parks & Recreation at 540-955-5140 or ccpr@clarkecounty.gov.