Lynchburg Parks Kindness Rocks!
Respectfully submitted: Jennifer Jones, Director, Lynchburg Parks and Recreation Department The Lynchburg Parks and Recreation Department is excited about the Lynchburg Kindness Rocks movement! Why? It encourages…
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Top 5 Benefits of Parks and Recreation
02/14/17
Respectfully Submitted: Jennifer Jones, Director Lynchburg Parks and Recreation Department Parks and Recreation is an essential city function that provides countless value to our citizens. It is…
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Girl Power! Why Girls Should be Involved in Sports
There is an increasing amount of evidence supporting the notion that girls should participate in sports and physical activity. Not only are sports a fun way…
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Fall in Love with Local Hiking
As the hot, sweaty days of summer begin to give way to the cool days of autumn, the time is right for getting outdoors and exploring…
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Call to Vendors and Health Agencies for HealthFest 2017
HealthFest 2017Lynchburg Parks & Recreation is accepting submissions from vendors, health clubs, and agencies for the HealthFest 2017, a Health and Wellness Fair at Miller Park,…
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The Tree Hugging Hippies Were Right After All | Part V
This the fifth post in a six part blog introducing the Lynchburg Parks and Recreation Department’s, “Please Do Hug the Trees” campaign. If you haven't already…
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The Tree Hugging Hippies Were Right After All | Part IV
This the fourth post in a six part blog introducing the Lynchburg Parks and Recreation Department’s, “Please Do Hug the Trees” campaign. If you haven't already…
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The Tree Hugging Hippies Were Right After All | Part III
This the third post in a six part blog introducing the Lynchburg Parks and Recreation Department’s, “Please Do Hug the Trees” campaign. If you haven't already…
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Six Ways to Celebrate Earth Day
Turn off the TV, break out the bike, and get outside. If you haven't heard, April 22 is EARTH DAY! So, take the time to give…
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The Tree Hugging Hippies Were Right After All | Part II
This the second post in a six part blog introducing the Lynchburg Parks and Recreation Department’s, “Please Do Hug the Trees” campaign. If you haven't already done…
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LYNCHBURG DOG PARKA quick update on our repairs

The small park is scheduled to open on March 22. The large park is scheduled to open on April 5. At that time, we will need to close the small park again to reseed the grass and establish a better turf. We have that project to be completed by June 7. The entire dog park will be open and available for use then.

SUMMER CAMPSWe have a camp for you.

Looking for a summer camp for your children after being in the house for weeks? We've got you covered. Click to find out more about our 2020 Summer Camps. Hurry, they fill up fast!

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