Parks & Recreation
How we are keeping our programs safe during COVID
- Participants will complete a health assessment to include a temperature check prior to being allowed to enter program areas;
- Staff will be required to wear masks and other PPE when in close proximity to anyone while they work;
- Campers are required to wear face masks during indoor activities or when social distancing cannot be accomplished;
- Supplies are not shared between participants;
- Equipment that is shared during activity will be cleaned after each use;
- Activities are designed to maintain social distancing; and
- Program attendance limits are in place to ensure social distancing.
Jacobson Park boat docks
The boat dock at Jacobson Park has opened for 2020. You can learn about pricing, time-slots and more on the Jacobson Park page.
Lexington city golf courses have reopened with new social distancing guidelines in place. You can book a tee time for any course online.
Interested in volunteering for Lexington Parks & Recreation?
The Downtown Arts Center’s City Gallery is featuring artists from across the Commonwealth in its latest exhibit, “Beveled Edges: Printmaking in Kentucky.” The exhibit will showcase several contemporary printmaking pieces from seven regional artists, and will run from June 10 –
Whether you are strapped for cash or rolling in dough, these free outdoor events are must-gos! From music to arts to movies—you’ll find some great options to enjoy good times in Lexington this summer, without having to spend a lot of your hard-earned cash.