Lynchburg Parks & Recreation department provides stewardship and management of parklands, and trails and civic facilities to residents. The department is a part of The City of Lynchburg and is located in Lynchburg, Va. The department s public parks encompass more than 800 acres of land and provide both small and big parks. It offers various recreational activities, including horseshoes, marbles tournaments, kite days, and bicycle parades and harmonica clubs. It also provides several sport activities, such as baseball, football, tennis, swimming and volleyball. The department additionally offers various recreational programs in arts, athletics, wellness and natural heritage. It offers various parts, including Biggers, Black water Creek Natural Area, College, Fort Avenue, Heritage, Hollins Mill, Perrymont and Riverside Park.