Pinti Field

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Pinti Field is a neighborhood park located on Sixth and Mohawk Streets. It mainly serves the population from two distinct East Rome neighborhoods from Mohawk Street to East Dominick Street and from Millbrook Road to Floyd Ave. It is located centrally between these two neighborhoods.

 

The park underwent a significant renovation in 2008 with the redesign and reconstruction of its central playground hub.  The new playground, created by Miracle Playground Systems and installed by Pettinelli & Associates of Vermont, is one of the finest playgrounds in central New York.  The three-story playground features a variety of slides and play features.  The 26-foot tube slide and 720-degree twisty slide are unique among Rome’s parks and the talk tubes and other social features of the play structure make it hours of fun!

 

There is also a smaller play structure for younger children as well as bucket swings for infants/toddlers and belt swings for older children.

 

The Pinti Field complex also features: • The 0.54-mile Bill Coughlin Trail.  The stone-dust trail is perfect for walking and running as it meanders around the exterior of the park. • Tosti Pool – a full-size pool with a maximum depth of 10-feet that includes a slide and a diving board & swimming lessons • A skateboard & BMX bike area • A basketball court • A regulation wiffleball field • A clubhouse which serves as a place to beat the heat in the summer and play board games and table games • Indoor Play Park for toddlers and preschoolers in the winter • A bocce court • Handicapped fishing platform • A sand volleyball court, and • A pavilion and picnic tables and grills.