Parks & Recreation
Welcome to Winter & Spring!
It’s a new year, and a great time to resolve to live healthier and happier. Let James City County Parks & Recreation be part of your plan – participate in our programs, visit our parks and facilities and take advantage of the many opportunities created to educate, engage and connect our community. During the height of the pandemic, so many of you sought the comfort and safety of our outdoors where our parks experienced attendance of over 4-million visits.
New programming this season includes enhanced art offerings - come get creative in new painting, pottery and sculpture classes and workshops! We’ve got over eight special events for you to experience our recreation center exercise and health and wellness options, outings for you and your furry friends, virtual runs and the Summer Camps Fair to get an early start on summer fun planning! We’ve got Spring Break programs too, visit us online for details.
The Winter/Spring issue of Destination Recreation features Veterans Park (home of Kidsburg) and details all the unique offerings now available at the park. There are so many new ways to play, please view the Parks Feature in this edition of the brochure.
Please spend a few minutes with this edition of Destination Recreation and share it with your family and friends. This winter/spring edition details programs through April*; look for the summer edition in May. You can download the brochure at jamescitycountyva.gov/recreation or pick up a copy at the James City County Recreation Center, the Abram Frink Jr. Community Center, any Parks & Recreation public facility, the Satellite Services Office in Toano and at the James City County or Williamsburg libraries.
Thank you our citizens and patrons for your continued support, patience and your adoption of the “new” us as we continue to ensure compliance with the recommendations from the Governor, the Virginia Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Learn more about James City County Parks & Recreation
James City County Parks & Recreation has introduced a registration system, PerfectMind! The new system offers customers a more efficient experience for all department registrations including program registrations, facility rentals, sale of passes, landfill coupons, concessions and other merchandise.
Guides and Video Tutorials are available to walk you through this process:
- “How to create an account” Guide and Video
- “How to add a family member” Guide and Video
- “How to retrieve your password” Guide and Video
- “How to search and register for courses” Guide and Video
In-person, please visit during operating hours:
- James City County Recreation Center, 5301 Longhill Road, 757-259-4200
- Abram Frink Jr. Community Center, 8901 Pocahontas Trail, 757-888-5810
By phone, please call the Centers (above) or Freedom Park at 757-259-4022. Phone hours for Freedom Park are weekdays, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. and weekends, 11 a.m.-4 p.m.