Parks & Recreation
Surry County Parks and Recreation Department offers a variety of recreational, social and cultural activities. The mission of this department is to promote, advocate and provide diversified, safe and affordable programs and activities for all citizens. The Surry County Parks and Recreation Center offers a year-round program of activities for children, young adults and senior citizens of Surry County area.
The Parks and Recreation Department offers sport programs as well as organized leagues for adult softball, youth basketball, cheerleading, youth and adult soccer, A.A.U. Track and Field, karate, and kickboxing. The department also offers special annual events, such as bus trips, July 4th Entertainment and summer camp programs, hosting outdoor concerts, movies and the Nottoway Tribal Pow-Pow.
The Recreation Division offers a summer enrichment program, outdoor camps and entertainment designed especially for children ages 6 to 15 throughout Surry County. Surry Senior Citizens meet daily at the Community Center where they may participate in activities such as arts and crafts, exercise programs, table games and socialization. A lunch program and transportation is also provided.
How to Register
To register for an activity, individuals may obtain registration forms from the Surry County Community Center staff or download registration forms from this site. Once completed, registration forms may be returned by mail, in person, by fax, or by email. Registration is official upon receipt of payment or payment method has been approved by the Parks and Recreation administration. Participants are accepted on a first come-first served basis.
- Class Registration Form (PDF)
- General Activity Registration Form (PDF)
- Summer Camp Recreation Registration Form (PDF)
- Youth Basketball Registration Form (PDF)
- Youth Cheerleading Registration Form (PDF)
- Youth Fall Soccer Registration Form (PDF)
- Youth Football Registration Form (PDF)
- Youth One-Week Camp Registration Form (PDF)
- Youth Spring Soccer Registration Form (PDF)