Monday, May 21, 2018

Parks and Recreation Logo


SITE TOOLS

>>        Parks and Rec Home Page


>>        Contact Information


>>        Culpeper Cycling Century


>>        Parks and Facilities


>>        Parks Suggestions/Feedback Form


>>        Wicked Bottom 5K


>>        Community & Recreation Organizations 


>>        Silver Citizen's Club


>>        Jobs & Volunteers


>>        FAQs


>>        Online Services


>>        Downloadable Forms


>>        Links

CONTACT INFORMATION

131 N. Main Street
Culpeper Virginia 22701
(540) 727-3412 (Phone)
(540) 727-2802 (Fax)

parks@culpepercounty.gov


Monday to Friday, 8:00a-4:30p
(Except Holidays)
Closed Saturday & Sunday
These hours are subject to change due to staff limitations so if you stop by and we miss you, please come back to see us or give us a call.
 

THE BRIGHT SPOT INCLUSIVE PLAYGROUND
  • Equipment Arrives - 1

  • Playground Equipment Arriving - 2

  • Playground Equipment Arriving - 3

  • Playground Equipment Arriving - 4

  • Playground Equipment Secured - 1

  • Playground Equipment Secured - 2

  • B.F. Wise and Son Excavating sets boundary tape and Piedmont Land Surveyors set survey stakes on 4-17-18

  • B.F. Wise and Son Excavating sets boundary tape and Piedmont Land Surveyors set survey stakes on 4-17-18

  • B.F. Wise and Son Excavating sets boundary tape and Piedmont Land Surveyors set survey stakes on 4-17-18

  • B.F. Wise and Son Excavating crew places silt fencing around Bright Spot playground area in preparation for excavation on 4/19/18

  • B.F. Wise and Son Excavating crew places silt fencing around Bright Spot playground area in preparation for excavation on 4/19/18

  • B.F. Wise and Son Excavating excavates the land in preparation of the Bright Spot playground installation on 4-22-18

  • B.F. Wise and Son Excavating excavates the land in preparation of the Bright Spot playground installation on 4-22-18

  • B.F. Wise and Son Excavating excavates the land in preparation of the Bright Spot playground installation on 4-22-18

  • Mother Nature delays the Bright Spot playground at the Complex again!

  • Mother Nature delays the Bright Spot playground at the Complex again!

  • Bright Spot Playground Excavation

  • Bright Spot Playground Excavation

  • Bright Spot Playground Excavation

  • Bright Spot Playground Excavation

  • Bright Spot Playground Excavation

  • Bright Spot Playground Excavation

  • Bright Spot Playground Excavation

  • Bright Spot Playground Excavation

  • Bright Spot Playground Excavation

  • Bright Spot Playground Excavation

  • Bright Spot Playground Excavation

  • Bright Spot Playground Excavation

  • Bright Spot Playground Excavation

  • Bright Spot Playground Excavation

  • Bright Spot Playground Excavation

  • Bright Spot Playground Excavation

  • Bright Spot Playground Excavation

  • Bright Spot Playground Excavation

  • Bright Spot Playground Excavation

  • Bright Spot Playground Excavation

  • Bright Spot Playground Excavation

  • Bright Spot Playground Excavation

  • Bright Spot Playground Excavation

  • Bright Spot Playground Excavation

  • Bright Spot Playground Excavation

  • Bright Spot Playground Excavation

  • Bright Spot Playground Excavation

  • Bright Spot Playground Excavation

  • Bright Spot Playground Excavation

  • Bright Spot Playground Excavation

  • Bright Spot Playground Excavation

  • Bright Spot Playground Excavation

Download the Flea Market Flyer  

 

 

 

    

 

The Culpeper Parks and Recreation Department has planned a playground at the Culpeper Sports Complex for a number of years.  It wasn't until the Bright family came forward with a donation for a wheelchair accessible swing that their daughter could use, that this project gained momentum.

 

The desire for more accessible amenities and the community support for an accessible playground has jettisoned this project to a high priority level in a short period of time.  

 

One family's donation and request for a wheelchair accessible swing inspired a playground where all children and caregivers can play, without limitation!

 

We invite you to be part of the momentum!

Learn More

 

Download Pledge Agreement


 

Funding:  
County of Culpeper $110,000
Culpeper Recreation Foundation, Inc. $60,000
The Bright Family $4,500
PATH Foundation $50,000
The Northern Piedmont Community Foundation (Culpeper Foundation Fund Grant) $2,500
“Net-A-Buck” Fundraiser $2,350
The Barrett Family $500
The “Robert and Maureen Sievers Family Charitable Gift Fund” $16,000
Culpeper Wellness Foundation $10,000
Rappahannock Goodwill Industries, Inc. and Orange Chamber of Commerce $400
Enterprise Holdings Foundation $2,000
Give Local Piedmont Fund $1,858
Jane and Charles Barrell $5,000
Liz and Greg Yates $1,000
Terry and Donna Schrum $50
Jacob McNemar Family $100
Blue Ridge Title and Settlement Company $5,000
Compass Counseling Services of Virginia LLC $3,000
Plow and Hearth, LLC $500
Anonymous Donor $200
Found and Sons Funeral Chapel $1,000
Chysler of Culpeper $1,000
Rappahannock Rapidan Community Service $500
H&R Block Company $250
Able Heating & Air, Inc. $250
Wells Fargo Bank $1,000
Oak View National Bank $1,000
Clore-English Funeral Home $1,000
American Legion Post 330 $500
Thomas H. and Nancy H. Dunlap $250
Battlefiled Automotive of Culpeper $5,000
The "Robert and Maureen Sievers Family Charitable Gift Fund $14,000
Davies, Barrell, Will, Lewellyn & Edwards, PLC $250
Chrysalis Counseling Center, Inc. $1,000
Frazier Construction $500
J&J Real Estate LTD $1,000
Cherry Street Building Supply $500
Steven & Michal Amadon $250
The Young Professionals of Culpeper $2,500
Shooting Stars $250
Dr. Grace Singer and Robert Golub $250
Rappahannock Rapidan Community Service RRCS Prevention Grant $1,000
Kilby Pediatrics LLC $250
Merchants Grocery Company, Inc. $250
MedExpress $250
Marshall & Kathleene Jenkins $1,000
Joe Daniel $30,000
Wells Fargo Community Connection Grant $1,000
5 Fundraisers combined $3,508

 

Current Total donated

 

$343,446

 

 

Incidentals not included (i.e. fencing, concrete, paving, etc.)

$42,901

 

Total Project to the good - if all costs remain stable: ($1,052)

Desirables:  mini-picnic shelters, bike racks, picnic shelter with

indoor bathrooms, paved trail around playground.

 

 
In-kind Services:  
Cedar Mountain Stone (gravel and stone)  
B.F. Wise Construction (excavation and grading site work)  

Hinchey and Baines, PLC (engineering)

Revolutionary Garden (landscaping)

 

This sponsorship package provides information to help donors make an informed decision to pledge, fund, or provide in-kind services toward the construction of the playground.