The Lake Park Community Affairs Department consists of two people and provides the special events and recreational opportunities for residents and visitors of all ages.
The department not only implements numerous on-going holiday events such as: The Kelsey Irish Festival , Holiday Tree Lighting, an Easter Egg Hunt the and a summer Fireworks Festival, but it also presents a fully-coordinated Summer Camp Program. Through a 29-passenger shuttle bus, the department is also directly involved with bus trips, including scheduling and driving to sporting events, cultural events, amusement parks, school's out trips for kids and destinations throughout the entire state of Florida. In between events and bus trips, the Community Affairs Department processes all town rental facilities for outside use, coordinates tackle football & youth basketball, and oversees classes such as aerobics, pinochle, Girl & Boy Scouts, children and adult dance, etc....
This past year, the department recreated the former Lake Park Police Station into the Recreation Station. The "Station" houses not only the 7-week summer camp, but also an after-school program for children ages 7-14. The Station is open every weekday from 2:00pm - 4:30pm and all-day when the local schools are closed on special days.
Over the past several years, the department had attracted over $400,000 in grant money from the State of Florida and Palm Beach County for the renovation of such town recreational facilities as the Sixth Street Ballfields, the Recreation Station, Kelsey Park, and the Lake Park Tennis Facility.
For more information, please visit these additional pages:
Does Lake Park Have Any Rental Facilities?
Yes! We have four facilities available for rental. The Kelsey Park Pavilion, Kelsey Park Gazebo, Evergreen House, and The Mirror Ballroom. Click here to learn more.
Can I Receive a Rental Policy Handbook?
There are general rules that must be followed to rent any of the above available facilities. Call 561-881-3338 to receive a Rental Policy Handbook. Most questions are answered in the book.
Where Can I See Upcoming Bus Trips?
Click here to view upcoming bus trips. To reserve a seat on the Lake Park shuttle bus, call 561-881-3338.
Do I Have to be a Resident to Take a Bus Trip?
Bus trips are open to all residents and non-residents on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Does Lake Park Rent Out its Bus?
The shuttle bus is regularly rented by outside groups for hourly, daily and overnight trips. Call 561-881-3338 for information about renting the shuttle bus.
What Recreation Programs Are Being Offered?
Click here to view current recreation programs. Call 561-881-3338 to inquire about on-going programs and seasonal sports & activities.
How Do I Become a Festival Vendor?
To be a vendor at an upcoming Lake Park event, please call 561-881-3338 for details.
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