Cecil Park, adjacent to the town's municipal building, is a public park often used for community events.
Founded in 1781, Cecil is a town of 11,000 people in rural Washington County. Cecil takes its name from a county in Maryland, which was named for Cęcilius Calvert, 2nd Baron Baltimore (16051675). The baron was the first Proprietary Governor of the colony of Maryland. One of the original farms in Cecil, the McConnell farm, is still in the family and is being farmed today.
The park features a playground, ball fields and tennis courts. There are also three charming pavilions used for both private and community events.
Concerts are also held on the outdoor stage, where audiences can enjoy performances by local and visiting acts from the comfort of their own picnic blankets.
Open daily, dawn to dusk.
Free, on-site parking is available.