Recreation and Parks
Recreation and Parks provides activities for people of all ages through recreation centers, parks, greenways, pools, historical sites, golf courses, and other facilities. As you begin to fill in your family calendar, don’t forget to include the recreational opportunities the city is offering this season. We look forward to seeing you in our parks and programs!
News & Updates
UPDATE: Deadline for applications for the Forsyth Invitational Golf Tournament has been extended to Monday, July 28 at 5:00 p.m. Applications can be picked up at the Recreation Department and Reynolds Park Golf Course.
67th Forsyth County Invitational Golf Championship Entry Form [pdf/14kb/1p] August 1, 2, and 3, 2014.
Fairground Fridays and Indoor Skateboard Park Lead Summer Teen Activities
Check out the 2014 Spring/Summer Edition of our WePLAY Magazine! [pdf/7.3kb/24p]
- There will be an organizational meeting on Thursday, August 14, at 7:00 p.m. at Polo Park Community Center for all teams interested in joining an Adult Volleyball League. League play starts September 2. All teams interested need to have one (1) person at the meeting For further information, please contact Dick Butler at
- Salem Lake has new hours! Visit here for the new times!
- It's pool season! The 2014 Aquatics Calendar is now available!
- Sign up today to participate in the Boys & Girls Basketball & Cheerleading League at Carl H. Russell, Sr. Community Center. Ages 4-14. Fee $30. For more information, contact
- Check out the Greenway Plan! [pdf/30kb/2p]
- The computer lab at Black Phillips Smith Government Center is free and open to the public! Assistance with the computers is available!
- The NORTH CAROLINA SENIOR GAMES and The Piedmont Plus Senior Games are redefining the age requirement for participation to 50 years old and better. Help us spread the word!
- Get Involved...Adopt-a-Park!
- Memory Trees & Benches
- Recreation and Parks Commission
- Visit the Cricket's Nest Craft Shop
Project Update for Salem Creek Connector
Winston-Salem Recreation & Parks and Janice Price-Black have formed a partnership/collaboration to educate children about the world of Performing Arts. This collaboration will offer young people, the community, and daycare centers classes in ballet technique, lyrical, liturgical dance, Tap, private Voice, Musical Theatre, and beginner piano. The Performing Arts Program will begin February 3, 2014, and will be located at The ML King, Jr. Center on 2001 Pittsburg Avenue Winston Salem. Registration is going on now. Early registration is strongly advised.
Performing Arts Program flier [pdf/30kb/1p]
Performing Arts Brochure [pdf/30kb/1p]
Performing Arts Registration Form [pdf/30kb/1p]
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