One of the amenities enjoyed by residents of Prince George County is a variety of choices for recreational activities. Many residents are attracted to the County because of its wealth of open space, which is unavailable in more densely populated areas.

Community recreational facilities are provided in conjunction with public school sites and residential subdivisions so that citizens in all parts of the County will have access to them. The Prince George County Parks and Recreation Department offers all-season youth and adult sports, programs in physical fitness, family trips and activities, special interest classes, and youth support day camp programs.

The County has five recreation parks and one community building.Scott Memorial Park

scott pavilion website6680 Courthouse RoadPrince George, VA 23875

This park offers 40 acres with a large pavilion and picnic tables, playground, restrooms, two multi-purpose baseball, softball and five soccer fields.

JEJ Moore Athletic ComplexJEJ websiteJEJ playground website11455 Prince George DriveDisputanta, VA 23842

This park offers 52 acres featuring four multi-purpose baseball/softball fields, soccer field, concession area, and restrooms.

Temple Recreation ParkTempleTemple BB website14307 Prince George DriveDisputanta, VA 23842

This park offers 32 acres with one large and one small pavilion with picnic tables, restrooms, a nature and jogging trail, tennis courts, pickle ball court, a softball field and a basketball court.

Prince George Central Wellness CenterCWC11023 Prince George DriveDisputanta, VA 23842

The indoor facility is utilized for basketball leagues, school practices, and sports clinics. The outdoor lighted rectangular field is used for recreation football practices and recreation/school soccer practices. Central Wellness Center hosts an open pickleball court each Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday from 9 AM – 12 PM. Beginning January 10, 2023, for a limited time, special bonus evening hours have been added for Tuesdays from 5:30 PM – 8:30 PM.

Appomattox River Regional ParkAppomattoxcanoe launch website800 Folar TrailN. Prince George, VA 23860

The Prince George County Parks and Recreation Department is proud to offer the newest addition to our parks. The Appomattox River Regional Park is located between I-295 and the Riverside Regional Jail on River Road. This park offers over sixty-seven acres of wooded trails with an observation pier on the Appomattox River, Educational Shelter, Canoe Launch, a ten station “Fitness Trail,” and Restroom Facility. Come out for a walk and enjoy the outdoors.

Disputanta Community BuildingDisputanta for website10010 B County DriveDisputanta, VA 23842

The Disputanta Community Building offers an indoor facility to Prince George County residents to rent for events. The cost for this facility will be $25 per hour, plus an additional, refundable $100 security deposit (payable in the form of check or money order only) which will be returned once the keys are returned to the Recreation Department and there are no damages, or other issues reported. There is a minimum rental period of (4) hours required per rental . There are (100) chairs, (16) eight feet oblong tables, and (4) six feet oblong tables provided. There is NO kitchen access at this facility.

Rules for Use

Each park is available to Prince George County citizens from dawn to dusk each day. Alcoholic beverages are prohibited.

Pavilion Reservations

Prince George County citizens, businesses, and organizations may reserve pavilion facilities through the Parks and Recreation Department. Park reservations must be made in the Parks and Recreation office. Pavilions are reserved for ½-day either from dawn to 3 pm or 3 pm to dusk, in an effort to accommodate as many groups as possible. Self-cleanup required. Alcoholic beverages are prohibited. Call (804) 458-6164 for more information.