Looking for a girl's night out?
Looking for a girls night out or a long weekend getaway for next weekend? Click above for information on the Trace Adkins concert and the Clay Cattlemen's PRCA Rodeo.
4/20/2017 3:43:00 PM
The Clay County Watermelon Festival
Free bounce houses, watermelon eating contest, seed spitting contest, live entertainment, arts & crafts, displays, food vendors, free games for kids, train rides, pony rides, free petting zoo and much more! Click on title for further details.
Clay County’s Cowboy Country Weekend
Mark your calendars for April 27 – 29, so you can enjoy Grammy-nominated baritone Trace Adkins and attend the Clay County Cattlemen’s Association’s PRCA sanctioned rodeo. Click above title for more information
4/3/2017 10:18:00 AM
Nature Center Open House and Program
Explore nature exhibits and speak with park naturalists.
3/27/2017 8:00:00 AM
Historic Girl Scout Museum Openings
The Historic Girl Scout Museum at Camp Chowenwaw Park is opened the third Saturday of each month from 9:00 - 11:00 AM
3/6/2017 1:41:51 PM
The Mission of the Clay County Division of Parks and Recreation is to provide residents and visitors with an enjoyable recreational experience. Our primary goal is to provide safe, easily accessible and well-maintained facilities that meet the community’s needs.
We invite you to explore the many ways that Parks and Recreation is making our communities happier and healthier. Parks are a place where people come together…and communities grow stronger.
Clay County offers a wide variety of facilities and recreational activities. We maintain (10) Community Parks providing sports programs including: soccer, baseball, softball, football, lacrosse and cheerleading serving over 10,000 youth throughout the County; there are (19) neighborhood parks offering facilities such as: tennis/pickle ball courts, basketball courts, picnic areas, ball fields and playgrounds - most located within 3 miles of any residents, (11) public boat ramps, and over (35) miles of hiking, walking and biking trails.
Camp Chowenwaw County Park is the ‘Jewel of Clay County’. It’s a 150 acre park located on Black Creek, offering a wide range of outdoor activities including: kayaking, canoeing, tent camping, cabin rentals, meeting facilities and can host weddings and other large events at Big Cabin. Chowenwaw County Park also offers outdoor/environmental education programs for youth and adults.
The Clay County Fair Grounds and Agricultural Center, which host the Clay County Fair, is also home to nearly 20 equestrian events, Dungeons Haunted Attraction, Scottish Games, J.P. Hall Children’s Charities Christmas Event, Weddings, Birthday parties, etc. The Center boasts a variety of event options, with facilities that can accommodate small private events to large regional events.
Knights Marina on Black Creek is under new management and offers boaters and fisherman many new services including: boat slip rental, bait and tackle, fuel, and boat rentals (power and paddle craft). Stop in and meet Jon and discover more about the services and amenities provided.
OUR KEY OBJECTIVES
- Establish and enforce standards for safety, accessibility, and appearance at all parks
- Effectively manage a robust four-year facility upgrade, maintenance and inspection program
- Seek efficiencies in all maintenance, spending and conservation practices
- Create new programs and events that meet community needs
- Seek involvement and feedback from the residents to progressively improve our park facilities, programs and services