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Welcome To The Lynn Parks & Recreation Department

Lynn Parks and Recreation Department is a division of the Lynn Department of Public Works and provides year-round recreational programs including sports clinics, park programs, recreational activities and entertainment outings that meet the needs of all Lynn residents from youths to seniors.

Recreation is an essential service to the community through which we strive to enhance the quality of life of Lynn residents by offering various activities provided though the city. Click on any topic at the left to view details and information.

Lynn Parks & Recreation is a Division of the Lynn Department of Public Works.

Telephone Icon DPW Commissioner
  Contact
Phone
Fax
Address
Andrew Hall
(781) 268-8000 and (781) 477-7099
(781) 477-7074
ahall@lynnma.gov
250 Commercial Street Lynn, MA 01905
Telephone Icon DPW Associate Commissioner
  Contact
Phone
Fax
Email
Lisa Nerich
(781) 268-8000
(781) 477-7074
lnerich@lynnma.gov
Telephone Icon Park Rangers Office
  Address
Phone
Summer Hours
Email
Social Media
106 Pennybrook Road Lynn, MA 01905
(781) 477-7123
Monday through Friday 8 AM - 4 PM
lynnparksandrecreation@gmail.com
Our Facebook Page
Email Icon The Best Way To Keep In Touch!
 

Dear Parents/Guardians: The best way to keep in contact with the Parks Program this summer will be through email.

We will email every parent in the event of a rain cancellation or if important information needs to be shared. Your email will remain confidential with the Lynn Parks and Recreation supervisors. Download Our Email Form.

Please feel free to call or email us with any questions or concerns.
Our Phone: (781) 477-7123
Our Email: lynnparksandrecreation@gmail.com

Youth Summer Jobs - Summer 2022

The Lynn Summer Park Programs and Special Needs Camp
Run 5 Weeks

  • 5 Week Employment Program- July 6th through August 5th, 2022
  • Monday through Friday 9 AM until 3 PM

Registration Deadline - Friday, April 15, 2022

Lynn Parks and Recreation Positions Available:
Counselor $14.25 Per Hour
Supervisor $17 Per Hour
Clinic Instructor $13.50 Per Hour
** Applicants Must Be 17 to 21 Years Old To Apply **

Lynn Special Needs Camp Positions Available:
Counselor $13.50 Per Hour
** Applicants Must Be 16 - 21 Years Old To Apply **

Applications will be available at the Lynn Department of Public Works
250 Commercial Street and below when available.

For further information please call Lisa Nerich (781) 268-8000 Extension 12

All Applications Must Be Returned To Lynn Parks and Recreation
250 Commercial Street, Lynn Ma 01905
Applications Due By Friday, April 15, 2022


** All Programs Are Subject To Funding **
** All Programs Are Subject To Lottery **

New Item Acrobat Documents For Download (PDF)
2022 (Coming Soon)
  Past Forms
  2021 Summer Camp Counselor Application
  2019 Summer Camper Application
  2015 SORI Form

Summer Parks Programs

Telephone Icon Park Rangers Office
  Address
Phone
Summer Hours
Email
Social Media
106 Pennybrook Road Lynn, MA 01905
(781) 477-7123
Monday through Friday 8 AM - 4 PM
LynnParksandRecreation@lynnma.gov
Our Facebook Page

The parks listed below on this page will be supervised from July 6, 2022 through August 5, 2022. Monday through Thursday 9 AM - 3 PM and Friday’s 9 AM - 2:30 PM

The City of Lynn will provide Park Instructors to the parks listed below. The instructors will provide the following activities during our 5 week program: Field Trips, Special Events, Sports Activities, Arts & Crafts, Entertainment, and fun for all ages. Lunch will be provided during park hours.

The Parks Program is available for children 6 years or older. No child is required to remain at the park. On Rainy Days the Parks will be Closed!

We do not provide INDIVIDUAL SUPERVISION or DAYCARE.


CLARK ST. PLAYGROUND | End of Clark Street (OFF EASTERN AVE.)
FLAX POND PLAYGROUND | Chestnut Street (BETWEEN POND & CARTER RD.)
GALLAGHER PLAYGROUND | Ontario - Linwood - Hurd Streets
GOWDY PARK | Ceadarbrook Road (BETWEEN TUSAN RD. & MAPLEVALLEY)
HOOD PARK | Holyoke Street (Next to Classical High School)
KEANEY PARK
| Memorial Park Ave. (BEHIND ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL)
LYNNWOODS PLAYGROUND | End of Great Falls Road (OFF LYNNFIELD ST.)
MARIAN GARDENS PARK | Anderson Way (IN MARIAN GARDENS COMMUNITY)

Park locations maybe subject to change
Park Programs are subject to funding availability

New Item Recreation Package and Calendar (PDF)
 

2022 Flyers and Document Package (Coming Soon!)

For our Calendar of Events, please visit our MyRec Website.



Supported by the The Lynn Parks and Recreation
(A Division of the Department of Public Works) Mayor Thomas M. McGee,
For further information please call Lisa Nerich (781) 477-7096

Park Field Trips and Arts and Crafts Activities | To Be Updated For 2022

Field Trips Scheduled

Trips To Be Announced

All Field Trip costs include admission and transportation to and from the events. The Lynn Parks & Recreation can only accept Money Orders or Cash. NO PERSONAL CHECKS ACCEPTED. Please download and fill out the forms below to register for any Field Trip.

Please note: You must fill out the registration forms for your child to be able to attend any of the Field Trips.

Arts and Crafts Scheduled

Arts and Crafts To Be Announced

New Item Parks Information Packet (PDF)
  City of Lynn Parks List With Addresses and Amenities - 2022
  Please download and fill out the 2022 Parks Registration Packet

Supported by the The Lynn Parks and Recreation
(A Division of the Department of Public Works) Mayor Thomas M. McGee,
For further information please call Lisa Nerich (781) 477-7096

Rules and Regulations

Please refer to the City of Lynn Park Manual below for Rules and Regulation on parks, facilities, ponds, community gardens and Lynn Woods.

For Ponds and Water Ways please contact the Lynn Harbor Master

Lynn Pond Associations:
Sluice Pond Association

Flax Pond Association

Goldfish Pond Association

New Item Acrobat Documents For Download (PDF)
2022 Lynn Parks Usage Manual
  Lynn Playgrounds Map

City Ordinance Regarding Flax and Sluice Pond Use:

IN THE YEAR ONE THOUSAND NINE HUNDRED EIGHTY-NINE
AN  ORDINANCE RELATIVE TO SPEED LIMITS ON FLAX AND SLUICE PONDS

Be it Ordained by the City Council of the City of Lynn and by the authority of the same as follows, to wit:-

SECTION 1 - No person shall operate any motorboat  or vessel as those terms are defined in General Laws, Chapter  90B,  Section 1 on Flax  or Sluice Ponds so as to violate General Laws, Chapter 90B, Section 8.

SECTION 2 - No person shall operate any personal watercraft, such as a jet ski, surf jet, or wet bike on any pond in the City of Lynn of less than seventy-five acres.

SECTION 3 - For purposes of this ordinance a personal watercraft means a small vessel which uses an inboard motor powering a water jet pump as its primary source of motive power and which is designed to be operated by persons sitting, standing or kneeling on the vessel. The term ..includes but: is not limited to a jet ski, wet bike or surf jet, so called.

SECTION 4 - Whoever violates this ordinance shall be punished by a fine of Fifty ($50.00) Dollars for each offense.

SECTION 5 - The provisions of this ordinance shall be enforced by harbor masters and assistant harbor masters and by police officers of the City of Lynn.

SECTION 6 - All ordinances or parts of ordinances inconsistent herewith are hereby repealed.

SECTION 7 - As provided in General Lews, Chapter 90B, Section 15, this ordinance. must be approved  by the Director of The Division of Motorboats of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Once such approval is received, this ordinance will be published in a newspaper of general distribution in the City of Lynn to be effective five (5) days thereafter.

Join A Cleanup!

“Did you know?  The DPW has a tool loaner program! If you are looking to volunteer to clean up our parks and streets we can provide helpful tools like trash pickers, shovels and brooms.  Download our Tool List Request Form here.

Contact Lisa Nerich 781-268-8000 X12 or lnerich@lynnma.gov


Lynn Summer Special Needs Camp Activities and Forms

2021 Special Needs Camp Christmas Tree Fundraiser!
Order Your Tree Here!



Special Needs Camp

Lynn Special Needs Camp Programs Run 5 Weeks during the summer months. This year Camp runs July 6th, 2022 through August 5th, 2022. Camp is staffed and open Monday through Friday - 9 AM to 3 PM.

AFTER SCHOOL
Lynn Special Needs After School Program runs with the Lynn Public Schools calendar.  September 7, 2021 to June 17th, 2022.

Contact Information:
Lisa Nerich
250 Commercial Street Lynn, MA. 01905
(781) 268-8000 Ext. 17
lnerich@lynnma.gov

PDF Icon Acrobat Documents For Download (PDF)
2022 Special Needs Camp Camper Application
2022 Special Needs Camp Employment Application
  Lynn Special Needs Camp Flyer

Supported by the The Lynn Parks and Recreation
(A Division of the Department of Public Works) Mayor Thomas M. McGee,
For further information please call Lisa Nerich (781) 477-7096

** All Programs Are Subject To Funding **

The Lynn Woods Reservation

The Lynn Woods Reservation was founded in 1881, is a 2,200 acre municipal forest park located in Lynn, Massachusetts. The Woods offers over 30 miles of scenic trails for hiking, running, horseback riding, mountain biking (not allowed during the winter), cross-country skiing, and nature walks.

Three active reservoirs provide pretty pond-like scenery among natural forestland, as well as clean water for the City of Lynn. Dungeon Rock is a well-loved underground tunnel with a history of pirate lore and treasure seekers.

The Rose Garden, Houghton Horticultural Garden, and Amphitheater areas provide more formal settings to explore.

Main entrances and parking available to Pennybrook Road and Great Woods Road.
Maps are available below.

Check out the Friends of Lynn Woods webpage

New Item Lynn Woods Manual
  2021 Usage Manual (Coming Soon)
  Lynn Woods Maps (Coming Soon)

Community Gardens in the City of Lynn

Community gardens are cultivated and maintained spaces where members grow fresh, healthy produce for themselves, their families, and hunger relief organizations. The City of Lynn encourages residents to establish, manage and maintain their own community garden sites on city-owned parks.

Are you interested in joining or starting a community garden? Below are instructions and steps to join an existing garden or start a new community garden in a Lynn park.

RCAM
Thanks to RCAM for our community garden photo.

How do I join an existing garden?

  1. Read the Community Garden Manual
  2. Submit the Gardener Application - 2021

Applications are accepted year-round. Each garden is managed by one or more volunteer community garden coordinators who assign plots, help solve problems within the garden, and provide information and advice to those who want it. Gardeners are charged a nominal annual fee and asked to sign a letter of agreement recognizing the City’s rights and the gardener's responsibilities.

Where can I find a community garden?
 
Lynn has three community gardens located in city parks. Any resident of Lynn may apply to join one of these three gardens:

  • Cook Street Park Community Garden (54 garden beds): located at approximately 58 Cook Street, Lynn MA 01902. Applications and fees to join Cook Street Park Community Garden should be given to David Gass, Director of The Highlands Coalition: (781) 595-8701 or by email.

  • Ames Playground Community Garden (33 garden beds): located at approximately 30 Strawberry Ave, Lynn MA 01904. Applications and fees to join Ames Community Garden should be mailed or submitted in person to Lynn Department of Public Works, attn: Ames Playground Community Garden, 250 Commercial St., Lynn MA 01905.
    Questions? Contact us by email.

  • Warren Park Community Garden (20 garden beds): located at approximately 57 Warren Street, Lynn MA 01905. Applications and fees to join Warren Park Community Garden should be mailed or submitted in person to Lynn Department of Public Works, attn: Warren Park Community Garden, 250 Commercial St., Lynn MA 01905.
    Questions? Contact us by email.

Click the following link for a full map of Lynn’s community garden network, which extends beyond the three gardens listed above.

How do I start a new community garden?
 
All new community gardens on city park property require advanced planning and approval through the Park Commission. The forms and steps below can help you get started:

Who do I contact for assistance or more information? 
For questions related to Cook St. Park Community Garden:
David Gass, Director of The Highlands Coalition at (781) 595-8701 or by email dagass22@gmail.com

For questions related to Ames Playground Community Garden: AmesPlaygroundCommunityGarden@gmail.com

For questions related to Warren Park Community Garden: WarrenParkCommunityGarden@gmail.com

General inquiries that are not related to specific gardens can be sent to LynnCommunityGardens@gmail.com.

For inquiries about garden site operations and maintenance, please contact Lisa Nerich, Deputy Commissioner, Department of Public Works.

New Item Acrobat Documents For Download (PDF)
  Community Garden Manual
  Gardener Application - 2021
  New Garden Checklist
  New Garden Application Form

Nutrition Bites
Nutrition Bites is a weekly newsletter that highlights helpful information on staying safe, an easy and healthy recipe to try with your family, physical activity ideas, and food resources in your area. We know you are taking extra steps to keep you and your family safe during this pandemic. Our goal is to work together to provide
information to help our community maintain the safety of us all.

Visit The Nutrition Bites website for more!

Use the links below to explore each issue. A PDF file in English and Spanish is available at the bottom of each Nutrition Bites issue.

New Item Nutrition Bites Issues - 2020-2021
Nutrition Bites 2021 Vol. 36:1 Summer 2021
In Issue:
Staying Healthy – Eating Home-Cooked Meals  
Recipes and Nutrition Tips –  Garden Ratatouille and Family Meals 
Physical Activity Tips –  Family Fun Activities 
Gardening Tips –  Seed Saving for Home Gardens 
Food Access Resources in Massachusetts –  EBT SNAP Online Purchasing Expanded Options 
Nutrition Bites 2021 Vol. 35:1 Summer 2021
In Issue:
Staying Healthy – Stay Safe During Heat Waves
Recipes and Nutrition Tips – Keep Cool with a Plum Slushy
Physical Activity Tips – Health Benefits of Swimming
Gardening – Saving Your Rainwater
Food Access Resources in Massachusetts – Using HIP Benefits
Nutrition Bites 2021 Vol. 34:0 Spring 2021
In Issue:
Staying Healthy – Plant-Based Protein Substitutes 
Recipes and Nutrition Tips – Enjoy the Benefits of Locally Grown Foods
Physical Activity Tips – Sustainable Transportation 
Gardening Tips – Environmental Benefits of a Garden 
Food Access Resources in Massachusetts – Using HIP Benefits 
Nutrition Bites 2021 Vol. 33:0 Spring 2021
In Issue:
Staying Healthy – Choose Lean Proteins
Recipes and Nutrition Tips – Enjoy the Benefits of Protein
Physical Activity Tips – Strength Training Tips
Gardening – Get Creative in Your Garden
Food Access Resources in Massachusetts
Nutrition Bites 2021 Vol. 32:0 Spring 2021
In Issue:
Staying Healthy – Reducing Seasonal Allergies when Outdoors
Recipes and Nutrition Tips – Manage Food Allergies by Reading Food Labels
Physical Activity Tips – Being Active Outdoors During Allergy Seasom
Food Access Resources in Massachusetts – Using HIP Benefits at Farmers' Markets
Nutrition Bites 2021 Vol. 31:0 Spring 2021
In Issue:
Staying Healthy – Be Safe When Playing Outdoors
Recipes and Nutrition Tips – Grab a Healthy Snack When You’re on the Go
Physical Activity Tips – Enjoy the Subshine Outdoors
Gardening – Time to ransplant your Seedlings
Food Access Resources in Massachusetts – Use your EBT Card to Experience the Fun and Culture of a Local Museum
Nutrition Bites 2021 Vol. 30:0 Spring 2021
In Issue:
Staying Healthy – Eating Colorful Fruits and Vegetables Provide Powerful Nutrients
Recipes and Nutrition Tips – Surprising Ways to Add Fruits and Vegetables to Your Meals
Physical Activity Tips – Try These Exercise Hacks!
Food Access Resources – SNAP benefits Set to Increase
Nutrition Bites 2021 Vol. 29:0 Spring 2021
In Issue:
Staying Healthy - Find Your Energy Balance
Recipes and Nutrition Tips - Personalize Your Plate for Nutrition MonthPhysical Activity Tips - Make Every Step Count
Food Access Resources in Massachusetts - Extended Free Meals for Kids
Nutrition Bites 2021 Vol. 28:0 Winter 2021
In Issue:
Staying Healthy: Consume Less Sodium
Recipes and Nutrition Tips: How to Make Your Own Seasoning BlendsPhysical Activity Tips: Protect Your Heart with Physical Activity
Food Access Resources: Learn about the Pandemic Electronic Benefits Transfer Program (P-EBT)
Nutrition Bites 2021 Vol. 27:0 Winter 2021
In Issue:
Staying Healthy: Be Mindful When Grocery Shopping
Recipes and Nutrition Tips: Are You a Mindful Eater?
Physical Activity Tips: Try Tai Chi for a Mind-body Practice of Movement
Food Access Resources in Massachusetts
Nutrition Bites 2021 Vol. 26:0 Winter 2021
In Issue:
Staying Healthy: Food and Lifestyle Choices to Combat Seasonal Depression 
Recipes and Nutrition Tips: Try Colorful Quesadillas for a mood boosting meal
Physical Activity: Exercises to Improve your Mood and Well-being
Food Access Resources in Massachusetts
Nutrition Bites 2021 Vol. 25:0 Winter 2021
In Issue:
Staying Healthy – SMART Goals and Healthy Food Choices
Recipes and Nutrition Tips: Challenge Yourself to Try New Fruits and Vegetables
Physical Activity Tips: Learn About SMART Goals and Use Them for your Fitness Goals
Food Access Resources in Massachusetts
Nutrition Bites 2021 Vol. 24:0 Winter 2021
In Issue:
Staying Safe – Practice Food Safety Guidelines 
Recipes and Nutrition Tips – A Healthy Dessert to Try Chocolate Mousse
Physical Activity Tips – Lower Stress with a Tapping Technique
Food Access Resources in Massachusetts
Nutrition Bites 2020 Vol. 23:0 Spring 2020
In Issue:
Staying Safe – Food Safety Guidelines for Storing Batch-cooked MealsRecipes and Nutrition Tips – Warm up with Butternut Squash SoupPhysical Activity Tips – Avoid Weight Gain Over the HolidaysFood Access Resources – DTA COVID-19 Support and Resources
Nutrition Bites 2020 Vol. 22:0 Spring 2020
In Issue:
Staying Safe – Cooking Meat safely
Recipes and Nutrition Tips – Try Glazed Carrot Coins for a Festive Side Dish
Physical Activity Tips – Staying Active During the Cold Winter Months
Food Access Resources – Food pantries in Massachusetts
Nutrition Bites 2020 Vol. 21:0 Fall 2020
In Issue:
Staying Safe – Food safety while using a slow cooker
Recipes and Nutrition Tips – Go meatless with Black Bean and Veggie Burritos
Physical Activity Tips – Home workout ideas
Food Access Resources – COVID-19 resources for Massachusetts residents
Nutrition Bites 2020 Vol. 20:0 Fall 2020
In Issue:
Staying Safe – Food Safety When Your are On the Go
Recipes and Nutrition Tips – Keep Your Energy Up-Great Grains Trail Mix
Physical Activity Tips – Fall activities with Your Family
Food Access Resources – Pandemic EBT Benefits
Nutrition Bites 2020 Vol. 19:0 Fall 2020
In Issue:
Staying Safe – Involve Kids in the Kitchen
Recipes and Nutrition Tips – A Quick and Healthy Snack
Physical Activity Tips – Safety Tips when Walking Outdoors
Food Access Resources – Extended Free Meals for Kids
Nutrition Bites 2020 Vol. 18:0 Fall 2020
In Issue:
Staying Safe – Cook Safely with Your Children
Recipes and Nutrition Tips – Celebrate Fall with Creamy Broccoli Soup
Physical Activity Tips – Walking for Fitness
Food Access Resources – Resources for Immigrants
Nutrition Bites 2020 Vol. 17:0 Fall 2020
In Issue:
Staying Safe – Packing A Safe Lunch
Recipes and Nutrition Tips – New Lunch Idea - Hummus
Physical Activity Tips – Try this Inexpensive Workout
Food Access Resources – Project Bread and COVID-19 Resources
Nutrition Bites 2020 Vol. 16:0 Summer 2020
In Issue:
Staying Safe – Safe Preserving with Freezing
Recipes and Nutrition Tips – Farmer-Style Tomato Sauce
Physical Activity Tips – Practice Mindfulness 
Food Access Resources – COVID-19 Update

Nutrition Bites 2020 Vol. 15:0 Summer 2020
In Issue:
Staying Safe – Staying Hydrated in the Heat
Recipes and Nutrition Tips – Melon Fruit Salad
Physical Activity Tips – Measuring your Heart Rate
Food Access Resources – Apply for SNAP Benefits in Massachusetts 

  Nutrition Bites 2020 Vol. 14 - Summer 2020
In Issue:
Staying Safe - Sun Protection and Vitamin D
Recipes and Nutrition Tips - Seasonal Pasta Salad - Asian Linguine Salad
Physical Activity Tips - Classic Outdoor Games with a Twist
Food Access Resources - Hunger and Food Resources
  Nutrition Bites 2020 Vol. 13 - Summer 2020
In Issue:
Staying Safe - Safe Family Picnics
Recipes and Nutrition Tips - Enjoy a Cold Summer Treat
Physical Activity Tips - Stay Hydrated When Active
Food Access Resources - Summer Meals for Kids
  Nutrition Bites 2020 Vol. 12 - Summer 2020
In Issue:
Staying Safe - Store Fruits and Vegetables Properly
Recipes and Nutrition Tips - No-Bake Peach Crisp Recipe
Physical Activity Tips – Practice Yoga to Calm Your Mind
Food Access Resources – Locate a Farmers' Market or CSA Near You
  Nutrition Bites 2020 Vol. 11 - Summer 2020
In Issue:
Staying Safe - Washing Fruits and Vegetables
Recipe and Nutrition Tips - Green Pear Smoothie
Physical Activity Tips - Increase Physical Activity at Home with a Scavenger Hunt
Food Access Resources in Massachusetts
  Nutrition Bites 2020 Vol. 10 - Spring 2020
In Issue:
Staying Safe – Handle Fruits and Vegetables safely
Recipes and Nutrition Tips - Cherry Tomato Salsa
Physical Activity Tip - Tips for a Better Night Sleep
Food Access Resources - Locate Food Pantries in Your Area
  Nutrition Bites 2020 Vol. 9 - Spring 2020
In Issue:
Staying Safe - Best Practices When Food Shopping
Recipes and Nutrition Tips - Zucchini Bread, a Healthy Snack or Dessert
Physical Activity Tips - Stretch Like a Cat with this Yoga Pose
Reduce Food Waste at Home

Gannon Golf Course

Located on the outskirts of the Lynn Woods Reservation, Gannon Municipal Golf Course is an 18-Hole Championship design by famed Donald Ross disciple Wayne Stiles. Gannon is owned by the City of Lynn, Park Commission Board and operated by Golf Facilities Management Inc.

Established in 1931, it has been providing the North Shore with outstanding conditions and a challenging yet fair layout for over 80 years. Gannon offers opportunities for every golf need: Seasonal Memberships, Daily Fee, Outings and League Play. The classic Tudor-style designed clubhouse is open to the public and has a function room to accommodate large events such as birthday’s, retirement parties and weddings.

Please visit https://gannongolfclub.com/ to book a Tee Time.

Also, visit the Gannon Golf Course webpage on the City of Lynn's website.

Barkland Dog Park

The Barkland Ave Dog Park is located at 141 Parkland Avenue in Lynn.

Please visit the Barkland Dog Park webpage on the City of Lynn's website for more information.

Please clean up after your pets. 

Please know that most City Parks are “No Dogs Allowed”. Those that do allow, have a “Required Leash Law”.

Parks Permitting and Applications

Permit applications are available from the Parks Department beginning the first week in January.  All requests must be in 30 days prior to your event date.

Contact Information:
April Peralta
Parks Head Clerk
(781) 268-8000 Ext.12
aperalta@lynnma.gov

Lynn Parks and Recreation
recreation@lynnma.gov
Lynn Public Works Department
250 Commercial Street
Lynn MA 01905
               
All permits applications must be heard by the Board of Park Commissioners.

The Board of Park Commissioners meets the first Tuesday of every month, unless otherwise posted.

Next Scheduled Meeting November 9th, 2021


The following seasonal starting and ending dates are approximate and depend upon weather and field conditions. The City will determine the start and end dates each season. Failure to adhere to these dates may result in loss of field permits.

Following is an approximate timetable for submission of playing field and related facility applications and issuance of permits.

Season

Spring

Summer

Fall

Application Period

January 1st

April 1st

June 1st

Documentation and Fee Deadline

March 15th

June 15th

August 15th 

Please be aware that reservation requests for use will be accepted on a first come-first serve basis.

Please review the 2022 Lynn Parks Usage Manual in its entirety before requesting any field or facility.

Required items for Board of Park Commission Meeting: 
All requests must be in 30 days prior to your event date.

  • A letter of request with full details of event with date, Time Location, type of event and expected participants.
  • Signed Acknowledgement of Receipt of Policy Page 12 of Lynn Parks Department Manual (add Hyperlink to Manual)

Required items after approval from the Board of Park Commissioners:

  • 2021 Facilities Application (Coming Soon)
  • 2021 Check List (Coming Soon)
  • Visit our MYREC Request website for the exact dates and times for which you were approved for.

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