There are several large parks in Lynchburg: Peaks View Park, Miller Park, Riverside Park and Ivy Creek Park. There are also smaller neighborhood parks.
The large parks are hubs of activity all year long. Playgrounds beckon to kids of all ages. Sports fields and tennis courts are used by local recreation teams and travel teams.
The smaller neighborhood parks offer basketball courts and playgrounds within walking distance of many of the city's busy neighborhoods. Several of the neighborhood parks also contain neighborhood centers with organized activities.
Natural area parks with nearby walking and cycling trails include Percival's Island Natural Area, Hollins Mill Park, Blackwater Creek Natural Area and Sandusky Park.
Your family may visit a favorite park in Lynchburg often, but you may be missing out on a lot of fun at other parks in the city. Here's what you can find in Lynchburg's parks.