Northeast Park

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Northeast Park is a Charlottesville park in the Locust Grove Neighborhood. The 4.8 acres it sits on was acquired in by the city in 1975. [1]

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The park has playground equipment, a basketball court and picnic tables.

Location and Access

Northeast Park is located near the center of the Locust Grove neighborhood. It is adjacent to a stream that feeds into Meadow Creek. The park is connected to Marshall Street by a footbridge, St. Charles Avenue by trail and to Calhoun Street and Sheridan Avenue by road.

The trail to St. Charles Avenue winds through the woods on a bed of mulch and was built as a High School Environmental Science Project. [citation needed]

Addition of Davis Field

In 2011, the city spent $750,000 to purchase 11.3 acres of land adjacent to the park to add to its total size. The purchase of "Davis Field" allowed the city to construct a large rectangular field that is dedicated to soccer. [2]


  1. Web. Northeast Park, City of Charlottesville, retrieved January 22, 2021.
  2. Web. Charlottesville City Council meeting minutes, .pdf, Council Chambers, City of Charlottesville, October 17, 2011.