Lexington boasts 8 public parks, plus a skateboard park, Family Aquatic Center, and the Lexington Fieldhouse, a new 27,000 square-foot indoor sports activities building. Southeast of the Fieldhouse is a new self-serve Driving Range. The City has more than 100 acres of recreational green space, including a growing network of hike-bike trails.
The shelter houses at Plum Creek Park and Kirkpatrick Memorial Park may be reserved for your event on a first-come first-serve basis. Contact Ann Luther ([email protected]) at 308-325-5277 to request a reservation.
Click on the map below to zoom in on details for each park. The swimming pool and skate park also have their own detail pages on this site.
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Parks & Recreation
Lexington boasts 8 public parks, plus a skateboard park, Family Aquatic Center, and the Lexington Fieldhouse, a new 27,000 square-foot indoor sports activities building. The City has more than 100 acres of recreational green space, including a growing network of hike-bike trails.
The Fieldhouse is a 27,000 square foot multi-purpose, turf-surfaced recreational facility to be located at the Lexington Optimist Recreation Complex in northwest Lexington.
Lexington's Family Aquatic Center, 10th & Monroe, features a zero-depth pool with a water slide and other features, an Olympic-style pool and a splash pad.
The pool opens annually on Memorial Day weekend and closes the weekend before Lexington school resumes (usually a couple weeks before Labor Day). Hours are Monday through Thursday from 1 to 7:30 p.m. and Friday through Sunday from 1 to 6 p.m.
Contact the Aquatic Center during those hours at 308-324-6288.
Lexington's Skate Park is at the southeast corner of Arbor Park near Plum Creek Parkway and Maple Street. The park boasts a 100' x 90' concrete surface with a 20-foot half-pipe, 3 quarter-pipes, a bank ramp, a jump ramp, pyramid, skate table, bench, tall box, rails & misc.