This 5.86ha park is the home of the Maraenui Rugby and Sports Association, which has its clubrooms in the western corner. There are three rugby fields for winter, a netball court, a training softball diamond, six touch rugby fields for summer, and a children's play area.
In 1969, this 5.86ha park was set aside by the Housing Division of the Ministry of Works, which made funds available for the Council to develop the area.
The park was extensively filled and leveled before sowing in grass. In 1979, the park was drained and the water-supply connected.
Maraenui Park is now the home of the Maraenui Rugby and Sports Association, which has its clubrooms in the western corner of the park next to the public changing rooms and toilets.
The park has three rugby fields for winter (or six touch fields), a netball court, and a training softball diamond is in the southeastern corner of the park.
On the eastern side of the park is a children's play area.
Waterworth Avenue, Maraenui. Standard summer field layout for Maraenui Park.
Waterworth Avenue, Maraenui. Standard winter field layout for Maraenui Park.
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