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MARC Skatepark

800 Thurston Road

The Meadville Area Recreational Complex is a unique forty-seven acre, multi-faceted recreational facility owned and operated by the Meadville Area Recreational Authority, a non-profit municipality.

The Recreational facilities include: The George S. DeArment Ice Arena, the George J. Barco Aquatic Center, a Skatepark, 4 lit tennis courts, nature trail, community garden, sand volleyball courts, picnic shelters, baseball and soccer fields.

The MARC specifically serves the residents of the City of Meadville, West Mead and Vernon Townships, however, all facilities and programs are open to the general public.


Paige Waring

Tuesday, June 26, 2018
A nice place to swim for a pretty cheap price to get in. Food prices are reasonable and there is a fun area for the little ones to play in. A few concerns are that the hours are confusing and it's very busy around noon. A lot of the staff (not lifeguards) are teens who aren't very happy to see people and the woman at the front desk is kind of rude. For example, my friend's phone got stolen and we reported it but they claimed it was a lost cause and that we should just go home. Overall, I do recommend going here, just be prepared and bring lots of quarters for your lockers.

Kayla Jaggi

Saturday, May 12, 2018
Take my nieces & nephews swimming here all the time, it's nice usually packed though cuz this is the best place to go to swim. Can host birthday parties, & ice skate. Very nice.

Steven Dennis

Monday, July 30, 2018
Can't say enough good things about this facility. Spent many a day and evening skating and swimming here in my youth.

Alexander Hilton

Tuesday, May 29, 2018
I had a lot of fun ice skating here in my youth. Excellent facility.

Jim Mage

Sunday, July 1, 2018
Its been here longer than many of the city residents and it still serves the community with swimming, an ice rink, gardens, trails and much more. You just have to visit can list all the stuff they do here.

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