Parks & Recreation

Summer Camp Update
 At this time, we are planning on holding a limited number of summer camps. Registration will reopen for summer camps on June 1 at 8:00 a.m. Please note that current information on our registration site is in the process of being updated. Please email us if you have questions regarding summer camps.  dpr@townofdavdison.org

Town of Davidson Parks & Recreation Update The parking lots at Fisher Farm & Abersham are now open and our tennis courts at Plum Creek Park are open. 

United States Tennis Association COVID-19 guidelines for players and facility/ programming.
USTA guidelines for players
USTA guidelines for facility and programming

Mecklenburg County Parks & Recreation Update - Click here to read the update from Mecklenburg County Parks & Recreation.

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Virtual Parks and Recreation

Davidson Bike Month

Bike Month Graphic

Mental Health Month

Mental Health Awareness Month

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Overview


Our parks and recreation system is a reflection of the community’s long-held values and support for parkland, green space, fitness, and wellness. Today’s system of urban parks, trails, programs, athletic facilities, and large parcels of natural space is a major contributor to Davidson’s high quality of life and the result of community support and investment. One of our goals is to have a park within a 1/4 mile of every household.  Here's a map that shows how we're doing.

For over 30 years, the Town of Davidson has promoted the community’s access to nature, health, and wellness in the areas of parks and recreation. Our parks and recreation programs are focused around the 7 dimensions of wellness:
  • Emotional
  • Environmental
  • Intellectual
  • Occupational
  • Physical
  • Social
  • Spiritual

Financial Assistance


Financial assistance is available for Davidson residents. Click here for more information.

Park Areas


We also maintain a variety of community, neighborhood, greenway, and natural park areas, such as:

Trails


We have four miles of paved greenway and bike path trails to encourage a walkable, bikeable, and fit community.

Meetings & Events


Livability Board


The Livability Board typically meets monthly, on the 3rd Tuesday, in the board room at Town Hall. Agendas and minutes from previous meetings are available online.

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