Mocksville, NC (July 13, 2019) –Whether you're looking to celebrate a birthday, host the family cookout or plan the annual fall kickball tournament, consider the facility options that are available here in the community. Rich Park offers a wide variety of rental options from shelters, baseball fields, softball fields and more. Options are also available at "The Bullhole" where you can reserve a shelter at River Park at Cooleemee Falls. If you are looking for a rental location away from the summer heat, rental options are available at the Brock Recreation Center where you can utilize the gymnasium, conference rooms and kitchen.
Rich Park is owned and operated by the Town of Mocksville. Shelter reservations can be made by contacting Town Hall at 336-753-6700. Shelters offer access to playground areas and restroom facilities. Information regarding field rentals can also be obtained by calling Town Hall. To learn more about options, as well as pricing, visit www.MocksvilleNC.org/shelters.
The River Park at Cooleemee Falls, home of “The Bull Hole”, features an impressive stone dam, a sandy beach deposited there by a flood, and good fishing in the spring and fall. There are picnic tables and benches along wooded trails, and a large shelter is available for rent, perfect for family reunions or church gatherings. Restrooms are located near the main parking area. To learn more about rental availability at the River Park at Cooleemee Falls, contact Cooleemee Town Hall at 336-284-2141
Davie County Recreation and Parks owns and operates the Brock Recreation Center. The Brock Recreation Center has a gymnasium, three meeting rooms, and a kitchen that can be rented throughout the year. Any rental(s) must be reserved at least two weeks in advance with a completed Rental Contract Agreement. Reservations can be completed at the Brock Recreation Center located 644 N. Main Street in Mocksville. For further information, call (336) 753-TEAM (8326) or email RecTeam@daviecountync.gov.
July is Park and Recreation Month
Mocksville, NC (July 13, 2019) –Since 1985, America has celebrated July as Park and Recreation Month. A program of the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA), the goal is to raise awareness of the vital impact that parks and recreation has on communities across the U.S.
This July, Davie County Government and Davie County Recreation and Parks (DCRP) is Game On for Park and Recreation Month. All month long, the DCRP Team will be hitting the road and bringing fun to neighborhood communities with Mobile Rec Days. Scheduled stops at at partnering community centers will take place Wednesdays from 9-11 a.m. where games, activities, and all things play will be provided at no charge by the DCRP Team.
The first Mobile Rec Day was held on July 10 at Sheffield Calahaln Recreation Center. Additional Mobile Rec Days scheduled are:
July 17 at Cooleemee Recreation Area, 131 Church Street, Cooleemee
July 24 at Farmington Community Center, 1723 Farmington Road, Mocksville
July 31 at Jericho-Hardison Recreation Area, 775 Greenhill Road, Mocksville
For more information on Mobile Rec Days or other opportunities DCRP offers, call (336) 753-TEAM (8326) or email RecTeam@daviecountync.gov.