We are conveniently located in
Parkersburg City Park
1920 Park Avenue, Building C
metal building on right w/red roof)
P.O. Box 1306
Parkersburg, WV 26102
Fax : 304-424-7334
Give Local MOV
Give Local MOV is one day of giving that is easily done online. WCRC’s mission is to Re-Build our Ballfields.
That of WV generously leased the “old Eagles Fields” to WCRC which are used by WCRC as well as several
softball, baseball, school and adult leagues. When the State orginally leased the fields to us, and unknown
person(s) went to the field, removed several hundred feet of fence. Any contributions made to Give MOV
for the Wood County Recreation Commission PACF will match up to $100.00. Meaning if you donate $20, they
will match it and we will earn $40. All funding generated will be used for puchasing the much needed 3
– 250 ft sections of fence, that go down the foul lines, from the dugouts to the outfield fence. Any
additional funds will be used to repair the dugouts and any other items needed for the field. On May 5th, go to givelocal.org, click on Wood County Recreation Commission, make your donation
and help us REBUILD OUR FIELDS for the youth in our community. Every donor will receive a receipt for tax
WCRC Adult Pickleball
We are excited that you are visiting our web site. Our
goal is to provide a more effective and efficient method of informing our community of the many recreational opportunities
available at the Wood County Recreation Commission. We will be adding, deleting, and updating information often in our
effort to make current data more accessible to our participants and their families.
County Recreation Commission now has Grant Opportunities available for qualified participants meeting federal income guidelines.
While WCRC has never turned a child away due to lack of funds, there is opportunity now for every eligible child's registration
fee to be reimbursed to WCRC through grant funding. Upon registration, just ask for the simple six-question "Income
The summer season is fast approaching and it is once again time for WCRC's
Summer Playground Program.
program will run June 15 through July 24 this year and will be held Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. util 2 p.m. daily at
seven locations throughout the county. The program is open to all Wood County children, ages 5-12, free of charge The Wood
County Summer Nutrition Program will once again provide free lunch and snack daily. We offer children fun, safe environment
with adult supervised activities and craft projects.
The sites are as follows: City Park, Friendship Park, Fairplains, Waverly, Lubeck, Kanawha and Williamstown.
Anyone wishing to work as a Summer Playground supervisor should
contact Amy Allman at the Wood County Recreation Commission office in the City Park at 304-424-7311 ext. 203 or email@example.com.
Harvest Moon Arts & Crafts Festival
WV State Honey Festival
21st Annual Holiday in the Park
Stay up to date with your team info, registration, cancellations, and scores by linking to our facebook page. Scroll below
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|Bruce McCoy Retires as an Official
President Larry Allen and Vice Pres. Sean
Andrews presenting Mr. McCoy's plaque for dedication and years of service. Thanks Bruce, you will be greatly missed
as a ref.
FYI:You may drive through the park during warm
weather and see us sitting outside our office. Please do not assume we are not working.
With a staff of only two, we are often working 10-12 hour days. During summer months,
our Playground Program runs in the large shelter across from our office, a Tennis program at the Tennis Court, and
we also manage Mini Golf. We often sit outside watching Mini Golf for customers if no staff person
is scheduled due to budget or watching the Playground Program, while staying close enough to hear incoming phone calls.
We may also be on our lunch break, yet still answering phones, waiting on clients, working Mini Golf, etc.
So Please…don’t just assume we are not working. We work 24/7. Thank
WCRC wishes to sincerely
thank the Parkersburg Area Community Foundation and all of it's staff, board members, and contributors. Because
of the 2011-12 Community Action Grants which provided scholarships to 80 kids and purchased supplies for the Playground
Program. We appreciate all you've done for the youth of our community!