Parks and Recreation

The Town of Lincoln Parks & Recreation Department (LPR) offers recreational activities, programs, and special events that are beneficial to all of Lincoln's Residents. In addition, the Parks & Recreation Department provides for the development, maintenance, expansion, and improvements of parks and leisure areas.

Contact Info

  • Scott Winslow, Parks and Recreation Director
  • (401) 333-8416
  • Grace Gervais, Assistant Director
  • (401) 333-8417
  • General email

Additional Info

Youth Center

An after school program that is offered at no cost to Lincoln middle school students.

The program allows them to be with friends; play pool, ping pong, foosball, board games, video games, watch TV and movies, skateboard, play basketball, and go to the park. We also go on one trip a month to places like Six Flags, IMAX, Ice Skating etc...

We are open every Wednesday afternoon. Students meet outside the Middle School upon dismissal and are given rides to the Youth Center on the “Fun Bus”. The Youth Center is open until 5pm on Wednesdays, and rides are offered home if needed.

All-American Flag Football League

This league is open to all Lincoln residents in 9th -12th grades. Games are played on Monday nights in “The Pit” behind Lincoln High School. Members of the Varsity football team volunteer as coaches and draft the teams. This league begins in the Fall every year.

Middle School Flag Football League

This flag football league is open to all Lincoln residents in grades 6-8. Games are played on Saturday nights; location TBD. This league begins in the Fall every year.

Summer Playground Program

The Lincoln Parks and Recreation Department provides a supervised playground program for youngsters grades 1-8 at the 6 major parks from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM. The children participating in this program, however, are free to enter and leave the parks at their own volition.

The activities offered include baseball, kickball, basketball, informal games, special events, arts and crafts, and much more. Weekly field trips are on Fridays.

PreK to 8th Grade Instructional Basketball Program

This program takes place throughout the year for 5 weeks at a time. Parks and Recreation Director Alan Moreau and his staff instruct Lincoln Residents grades PreK-8th on using proper fundamental skills of basketball, as well as the rules of the game.

Biddy Basketball

Open to Lincoln residents in the 3rd and 4th grades. An instructional basketball league; games are played on Saturdays.

Games will be played at Lincoln Middle School with 8 ft. baskets to promote proper form in shooting, while giving participants greater chance of success.

This league begins in the Winter every year.

Youth Hoop Basketball

Open to Lincoln Residents in the 5th and 6th grades A basketball league; games are played on Saturdays. Separate divisions for boys and girls.

Games will be played at the Lincoln High School.

This league begins in the Winter every year.

Colours League Basketball

“Tie Dye” basketball, all uniforms are different color tie dye giving a unique look to this 7th and 8th grade basketball league.

Games are played weeknights in the Middle School gym.

This league begins in the Winter every year.

Junior League Basketball

A basketball league for High School students grades 9-12.

This is one of our biggest sport leagues with over 100 participants annually. Varsity Basketball players draft and coach the teams weekly.

Games are played on Thursday nights in the Middle School Gym.

This league begins in the Winter every year.

Registration Forms