Lynchburg parks and recOh, what fun! We’re ringing in the new year (a bit early, might we add) by releasing the new Winter/Spring 2017 activities a few weeks ahead of time. And, this season, as an early present, we’ve included more of what you love and lots of new things to try! 

The 2017 Winter/Spring Activity Guide is full of winter and spring activities and programs, but also features articles and stories on Parks and Rec history and news, a spotlight on City Councilman Turner Perrow, and a letter from our Director, Jenny Jones. Don’t forget to check out page 30 for information on our ‘Please Do Hug the Trees’ campaign and our Guinness World Record Attempt this coming April!

Shaking in your boots waiting for a paper copy? Don’t worry. The activity guide will once again be mailed to Lynchburg residents. But, you can always check out the guide online by clicking below. You can also view all of the new programs right here on our website! Just click the ‘View Programs Online’ button below.

Didn’t receive a paper copy to your mailbox? Pick one up at any of our community centers or at select Lynchburg locations.

View Programs Online  View Activity Guide


Check out the new programs we’re looking forward to:

Below we’ve listed just a few of the many activities, classes, and events we’re looking forward to in 2017! Give the gift of experience this season and gift yourself or one of your loved ones with a registration in any of our new classes or activities. 



Lynchburg Parks and Rec

  screen-shot-2016-12-06-at-12-19-02-pm Fitness, Lynchburg Parks and Recreation
First Day Hike and Dine   Adult Laser Tag League   Daddy Daughter Dance Free Fitness Week
Black History Month   screen-shot-2016-12-06-at-12-23-53-pm   Lynchburg Parks and Rec Lynchburg Parks and Recreation, miller center
Black History Month   Essential Oils 101   Adult Comedy Night More Classes at Miller 
screen-shot-2016-12-06-at-12-28-28-pm   screen-shot-2016-12-06-at-12-30-41-pm   Please do hug the trees, Lynchburg Lynchburg Parks and Recreation, templeton senior center
Princess Tea Party   Photoshop 101    World Record Attempt More Classes at Templeton 
Girls fall softball   Lynchburg Parks and Recreation, Maple Sugaring   screen-shot-2016-12-06-at-12-34-30-pm Lynchburg Parks and Rec
Dixie Girls Softball   Maple Sugaring   Square Dance Spring Bling Camp
Bollyx Dance   ART EXPO LYNCHBURG   Lynchburg Parks and Rec Lynchburg Parks and Recreation
BollyX Dance Fitness    Art Expo Lynchburg   Mamas on the Move Lorax Page to Stage
Lynchburg Parks and Rec   Lynchburg Parks and Recreation, sign language   Lynchburg Parks and Recreation Ceramics Studio
Cocoa with a Cop   Intro to Sign Language   Rain Barrel Workshops Ceramics Studio



How Do I Register?

Registration for classes and activities can be done in one of the following two ways.

1. IN PERSON Visit our offices at Miller Center, 301 Grove Street, between the hours of 8:30am and 5:00pm to register in person. One of our friendly customer service staff members would be happy to assist you.

2. ONLINE Most of our classes are available for online registration. Activities with special registration instructions (for example, adult athletic leagues) will be notes in the activity description. If you have any issues navigating online registration, feel free to call us at (434) 455-5858 and we will be happy to walk you through it.


Have a question? Give us a call at (434) 455-5858 or send an email to