GRANITE KNOLLS RULES – PLAYERS/PARENTS
GPS ‐ Address – 2975 Stony Street, Mohegan Lake, NY 10588
The Yorktown Parks and Recreation Department is happy to announce the opening of the Granite Knolls Sports Complex. There are certain procedures to help make sure our community of athletes, coaches, families and guests are safe and accessing the fields properly.
1. Parking is to the left as you proceed into the facility from the entrance roadway. The lot is
designed to park along the curbs, with additional parking down the center in a bumper to
bumper orientation. This provides four (4) rows of spaces. It is important that sufficient area is
provided between the curb parking and center parking, particularly on the baseball field end of
the lot, to allow vehicles to traverse full circle back to the access road.
2. Handicap spaces are located at the end of the lot closest to the concession building as you drive in (right side of lot). Signs will be posted by there will be no blue marked lines.
1. Multipurpose Fields 1‐2: The gate closest to the concession/shed between the baseball field and the all‐purpose fields is open for players, coaches, and officials to enter the fields. Currently, the other gates are locked to control access due to the ongoing construction.
2. Baseball can be accessed using the adaptive dugout entrance as you walk toward the field.
There are bleachers provided and chairs can be set up on the pathway surrounding the fields. As of now, we do not want lawn chairs and spectators gathering on the grass areas until the grass takes root. Lawn chairs will not be allowed in the fields due to the potential damage to the turf surface. Please ask your spectators to refrain from walking on the grass areas until the grass takes root as well.
Bathrooms: Restroom facilities are not yet opened. Port‐a‐Johns are provided in the parking lot area.
NO alcoholic Beverages, No glass containers, No food whatsoever, No gum, NO smoking or vaping, No metal spikes or cleats, No pets, no litering.
Thank you in advance for your help in maintaining the facility and thank you to the Yorktown Parks and Recreation Department