Carney Park is open, except camp sites and cabin rentals.

 For authorized U.S. personnel, Carney Park Access card holders and family members only. No guests allowed.

Pavilion Rules

• Wear a face covering when not able to keep 6 feet/2 meters from an individual who does not live in the same household.
• Children must be accompanied and supervised by parents at all times.
• Group sports/activities (i.e. basketball, tennis, soccer, baseball, football, Frisbee, etc.) permitted only between members of the same household.
• No group sports/activities are permitted between individuals of a different household.
• Reservation and payment required. Call 081-526-1579 or Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Attention: If you violate the rules, you risk losing your access to the park. For questions or concerns, the CDO at 081-568-5547 or DSN 626-5547.

Disc Golf Rules

• Bring own discs. Do not touch another player's disc.
• Wear a face covering when not able to keep 6 feet/2 meters from an individual who does not live in the same household.
• Children must be accompanied and supervised by parents at all times.
 

 

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Founded in 1966, Carney Park is a 96-acre recreation area. It is one of the most unique parks in Europe due to its location within an extinct volcanic crater.

Facilities

Golf course (nine holes) and Pro Shop
Fairways Bar and Grill

Sports fields – soccer, baseball/softball, football, basketball, sand volleyball pits
Tennis courts
Youth playgrounds

Hiking trails
Olympic-sized pool with water slides and kiddie pool
Picnic areas (pavilions and tables)
Campsites
Cabins

Local National employees and NATO military members may request a Carney Park Access Card at the park's main office (fee required).