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Parks and Recreation

The city believes that parks are important to the community. Presently the city has six parks, Moseley Park, Piney Grove Park, First Avenue Park, England Park/Blue Eye Trail, and Lincoln Park.  Moseley Park is the older of the parks with a walking trail, baseball/softball field, tennis, basketball, pavilions and a tot lot. Piney Grove is primarily a small community park with basketball and tot lot. England/Blue Eye Trail is located  in Old Downtown Lincoln this park has a walking trail with picnic area and coming soon the Blue Eye Fishing Trail.  Lincoln Park is the newest facility that supports a full compliment of baseball fields, softball fields and soccer field.  This park also has archery with known and unknown target areas, along with two tot lots located in the baseball and softball field areas, and coming soon a 9-hole birdieball golf course.

Lincoln Parks and Recreation is active in sponsoring the Spring Parade to open the youth sports season for: Youth Baseball and Softball, soccer, Adult Softball,  Youth and Adult Basketball. Parks and Recreation also organizes Senior Citizen Day, arthritis exercise classes, in-door archery classes and Taste of Lincoln.  For the festive seasons Lincoln Parks and Recreation hosts the community  Easter Egg Hunt,  Haunted Trail Ride , Trunk or Treat and Christmas Parade.

Facilities and Parks –

Lincoln Sr. Center (Banquet area with kitchen)

Lincoln City Center (exercise room, gym, basketball court, a fitness room with cardio and weight equipment, and 2 meeting rooms)

Lincoln Park (5 baseball fields, 2 softball fields, 1 regulation soccer field, concession stand, Archery park, birdieball golf course, and playground areas)

Moseley Park (1 baseball field, 1 softball field, 2 tennis courts, 1 basketball court, playground area, pavilion with tables, and walking track)

First Avenue Park ( 1 basketball court, playground area, practice field area, pavilion with picnic tables)

England Park/Blue Eye Trail (walking track, picnic tables)

Piney Grove Park (playground area, 2 pavilions with picnic tables,  and basketball court)

Randolph Park (green area) featuring a Memorial walk

Coming soon:  a handicap fishing area in Old Town Lincoln with a beautiful bridge and trails,  fishing piers, and a small pavilion to rent for any occasion.

Lincoln Parks and Recreation  Host:

Music on Magnolia – last Saturday’s concert series at Randolph Park- April – July

Movie in the Park – second Saturday’s family movies at Randolph Park – May – August

Lincoln Metric/Century Superspeedway Bike Ride – June (riding first 2.66 miles on the Talladega Superspeedway and through areas of Lincoln and Talladega County.

Lincoln City Center, Lincoln Sr. Center, and Moseley Park can be rented for special events, birthdays, reunions, parties, etc.  For more information please call: 205-763-1006

Contacts:

Director – Roben R. Duncan

Athletic Director – Wesley Yoder