Parks & Recreation

Summer Camp

Registration for 2019 summer camps is now OPEN!  This flyer contains an overview of camps by week and type.  You can also review our Camp Guide for more detailed information.

Social Services offers qualified recipients scholarship funds for camp through their Community Action Program.  Funds are available on a first-come, first-served basis and can cover up to 5 weeks of camp per child.  To apply, submit this packet directly to Goochland Social Services (1800 Sandy Hook Road, PO Box 34, Goochland, VA 23063).  Please direct questions to 804-556-5880.

Please note that you must complete a Camper Packet for all campers prior to registering them for their first camp.  This process can be completed online (click this link) or in-office.  This ensures that we have up-to-date contact, medical, and authorized pickup information on file for each child.

To register, come by the Parks and Recreation office or click "Online Registration" in the sidebar to the left!  If you have questions, give us a call at 804-556-5854.

Community Guide

Summer 2019 Community Guide

Check out the newest issue of the Active GVA Commu
nity Guide!  

Field & Weather Closings

Decisions regarding field closures will be made daily by 3:00 PM. Sign up through  to receive field status updates.

Inclement Weather Policy

If the schools close or release early due to weather, all programs and activities for that day will be canceled. Notifications will be listed on News Stations 6, 8, 12, & 35, posted on the Department website, Facebook and main phone line.

FY 18 Annual Report
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Parks, Recreation & Facilities 2016 - 2020 Master Plan

Master Plan
The Goochland County 2016-2020 Parks and Recreation Master Plan is Goochland's second effort to strategically plan for future parks and recreation facilities and services. The Master Plan is necessary to evaluate citizen demand for services versus current services, to guide planning for future facilities, and to support cost effective allocations of valuable County resources.