Dogs MUST be kept on a leash at all times. Unleashed dogs inhibit birds and other animals from building nests and homes; as animals begin to know the area as being "unsafe territory" to raise young. When this happens we all lose, as many people visit the park to observe and photograph wildlife in a natural state. Pemberton Park is an incredibly historical and natural experience for the entire family-including our furry friends. But, please be responsible and respect the natural surroundings by obeying the on-leash restrictions.
Equestrian use shall be on Woodland and Pondside trails only, unless granted a special permit.
Use of bicycles on trails is not allowed. Use of all-terrain vehicles is not allowed.
No person shall catch, injure, destroy, or interfere in any way with any wildlife, to include hunting and trapping. Fishing on a catch and release basis is allowed. Removal of plants, seeds, artifacts, wildlife and wildlife remains is strictly prohibited and illegal by law.
No person may deface, destroy, injure in any way, misuse or remove any Pemberton Park property.
No person may possess and discharge any fireworks or other explosive pyrotechnics on park property.
Fires shall be restricted exclusively to the park grills provided. Camping is not allowed. Swimming is not allowed.
Groups of 10 or more shall not be permitted to visit the park without prior written permission.
No person may stop, stand, or park a motor vehicle on park property other than that designated for vehicular parking or on any grass areas, unless specifically allowed, or so as to injure any tree, shrub, plant or vegetation.
No person may deposit, leave or spill refuse or other substances on park property other than in receptacles provided for this purpose.
Attaching or posting of notices, signs or any other objects on park property is prohibited, except by permit.
Using metal detectors and/or digging into the surface of park property is prohibited. Removal of plants, seeds, artifacts, wildlife and wildlife remains is strictly prohibited.
No person may play an audio device or create excessive noise so as to disturb the peace.
No person may use the electrical outlets in any of the park's buildings for their personal use.
Photography is permitted on park property. Photographers and/or subjects are not permitted within the wooden fencing surrounding Pemberton Hall.
The removal of invasive wisteria may cause temporary closures in portions of the park.Learn More
This FREE event features acoustic music, local artists and food trucks.Learn More
Pemberton Hall was built in 1741 by Isaac and Anne Handy.Learn More