Turnip Patch Park

Turnip Patch Park is a 0.6-acre neighborhood park, located at 333 W. King St. It includes a play structure, footbridge, several garden areas, sitting benches and a water fountain. The park is owned and maintained by the town but was built primarily with volunteer donations.

This property was acquired by the town in 1974. A neighbor, Hoyt Crabtree, received permission from the town to plant a garden on the site; the water meter account for the site bore the name "Turnip Patch." When neighborhood residents petitioned the town for permission to build a park in 2003, they continued the name with "Turnip Patch Park."