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Goyne Park - Shelter Number 1

Subfacility of Goyne Park

Max Occupancy 75
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  1. Picnic shelter
  2. Tables


  • 3 trash cans
  • 9 tables
  • Double-wide grill
  • Handicapped accessible
  • Playground (730 feet from shelter)
  • Restroom (675 feet from shelter)


Any person or group that resides or is located within Chesterfield County is a resident and will be billed for the resident fee. Any person or group that resides or is located in any locality other than Chesterfield County is not a resident and will be billed for the non-resident fee.

April-Sept. Weekends and Holidays

Reservation TypeResident FeeNon-Resident Fee
Half day, 9 a.m.-2p.m.$60$70
Half day, 3-8 p.m.$60$70
Full day, 9 a.m.-8 p.m.$110$120

March, Oct., Nov. and all Weekdays

Reservation TypeResident FeeNon-Resident Fee
Half day, 9 a.m.-2p.m.$40$50
Half day, 3-8 p.m.$40$50
Full day, 9 a.m.-8 p.m.$75$85


Refunds will be granted until one week before the reservation date and must be requested in writing to Chesterfield County Parks and Recreation Department. No refunds will be granted after this time. There will be a $25 processing fee on all refunds. Refunds will not be made in the case of inclement weather as rain dates are available. 

Inclement Weather

If you were forced to cancel your event because of inclement weather, please contact our main office on the next business day (Monday-Friday) at 804-748-1623 during regular business hours 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. so that we may assist you in rescheduling your event.

Shelter Use Guidelines

Reservations are available from mid-March through mid-November and must be made 7 days in advance. Payment in full is due at the time of reservation. Reservation Calendars are posted at each of the shelters indicating rentals for that day. Park restrooms are available for use from mid-March through November. Special Event Permits may be needed to reserve. These are most commonly needed for bounce houses and caterers. Alcoholic beverages or illegal substances shall not be brought or consumed on park properties. Any person believed to be intoxicated or under the influence of illegal substances shall be excluded from the property.

A responsible person shall be at all functions held within park facilities. That person shall work cooperatively with park personnel to ensure proper care of property and enforcement of park regulations. Applicant accepts responsibility for any damages that might occur during the period of use. The county will not be held responsible for any loss, theft or any injury to persons or property while using park facilities. Applicant agrees to ensure that all applicable federal, state and local health and safety guidelines currently in effect are followed. Park amenities are not sanitized. Patrons are recommended to take preventative action when visiting the park system including self-monitoring, use of face coverings and practicing social distancing.