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Travis McCoy, Chair
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Gary O'Connell, Vice Chair
 
Don Wyman Jr., Secretary
 
Chris Cook, Member
 
Don Boyle, Member
 
Cindy McHugh, Member
 
VEASEY PARK
Deerfield Town Beach
Open to:
Residents and Accompanied Guests Only

Veasey Park is a family friendly, resident only park located on Pleasant Lake, and has been a valued part of the community since 1909. The park features several picnic areas, cooking grills, grassy common grounds, shaded groves, and of course, a sandy beach with a large swim area and raft.  

The Park also provides its patrons with a complete bath house equipped with an environmentally friendly composting toilet system, wash sinks, and changing rooms. The Park is currently involved in solar energy project to power the lighting of the grounds and our facilities.

The newest addition to the park is the paddle-craft only launch site and wooded access path. Completed in 2016, it provides the residents of Deerfield with safe and convenient access to Pleasant lake.  The launch area is designed to not interfere with beach-goers and is intended for the launching of canoes, kayaks and paddleboards only. Users of the launch must observe all safety requirements and rules adopted by the Veasey Park Commission. Absolutely no motorized boats of any type allowed.

Swim lessons are provided free of charge and are taught by certified waterfront swim instructors. Please visit our website or lifeguards on duty for details and registration forms. Veasey Park is open from 6am to 10pm for use by Deerfield residents, summer residents, and guests accompanied by a resident. The park opens on May 1 and closes October 1. Lifeguards are on duty weekends only, beginning Memorial Day weekend, until the end of the school year. After the last day of school, lifeguards are on duty from 10am-6pm daily until Labor Day weekend.

A Town of Deerfield Resident Decal or park issued Visitors Pass is required for entry to the park.
Resident Permits are available from the Veasey Park Staff, as well as the Town Hall and transfer station. Please see the lifeguard on duty for a Visitor’s Pass for your accompanied guest.

No Fishing allowed.
No dogs allowed.
No alcohol allowed.
The scheduling of any large gatherings (15 or more guests) requires approval from the Veasey Park Commission. Please contact the commission at least two weeks prior to the event.

The park is managed by the dedicated volunteer members of the Veasey Park Commission and encourages citizen involvement and volunteerism in the betterment of our community.



More information about Veasey Park can be found at the Town of Deerfield website or Veasey Park’s facebook page. The Veasey Park Commission can be contacted by e-mail @ veasey@townofdeerfieldnh.com, or through the Town Offices @ 603-463-8811.



 
 
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8 Raymond Road, PO Box 159, Deerfield, NH 03037
Phone: (603) 463-8811   Fax: (603) 463-2820