Recreation & Parks Department:pinehillhike

The Rutland Recreation & Parks Department oversees a variety of community offerings, including five playgrounds, ten public parks, 16 miles of wooded trails (Pine Hill Park), five outdoor basketball courts, four softball fields, ten outdoor tennis courts, three baseball fields, park picnic tables and benches, a tennis hitting wall, a seasonal ice arena (Giorgetti Arena), a seasonal indoor turf facility, a seasonal skateboard park (Flip Side), open outdoor field space, adult center (Godnick Center), community programming space (Courcelle Building, home of Hands On Minds On & Rutland Youth Theatre) and more! Find out more at:

Pine Hill Park:

Pine Hill Park spreads over 300 acres with a 16 mile single-track trail system found in the northwest corner of Rutland City. For more details and a copy of the trail map visit:

Giorgetti Arena:

Giorgetti Arena is a seasonal ice arena, offering open and private skate, skating lessons for adults and teens, parties and special events, co-ed adult hockey and stick and puck. It’s also the home to Central Vermont Figure Skating Club and the local curling club, Rutland Rocks. Find out more at:


Rutland Area Physical Activity Coalition:

Rutland Area Physical Activity Coalition (RAPAC) promotes bicycle and pedestrian activity in the Rutland region. Learn about


Spartan Arena:

The Spartan Arena is home to the Castleton men’s and women’s ice hockey programs as well as countless other events that benefit Castleton students, staff and the greater Rutland community.  The arena is also open and available to the community for public skating, conferences, birthday parties and more, and features a full fitness center. For more information visit


Killington Resort:

Just a short drive from downtown, Killington Resort is the largest ski and snowboard resort in the East with over 3000 acres within our boundary. For information visit: