All Parks and Recreation Basketball games are cancelled for Saturday, January 12, 2019.
Liberty and Staunton River Zone... Be on the look 👀 out for Spring Sports Registration Flyers!! Sign up FEBRUARY 3rd- FEBRUARY 22nd $35 dollars cash or check 🔴⚪️🔵Liberty Zone On Site Registration is: FEBRUARY 22nd Big Island Elementary: 9am-11am Montvale Elementary: 12pm-2pm Bedford County Parks and Recreation: 3pm-5pm ⚫️⚪️🟡Staunton River Zone On Site Registration is: FEBRUARY 22nd Huddleston Elementary: 9am-11am Moneta Elementary: 12pm-2:00pm Stewartville Elementary: 3pm-5pm 🚨🚨LATE REGISTRATION WEEK: 🚨🚨 MARCH 2nd- MARCH 6th $45 dollars cash or check **Registration will be taken through the week at the Bedford County Parks and Recreation Office 8:30am-5:00pm Monday-Friday*** 1257 County Farm Rd. Bedford VA 24523 If you have any questions please call the office at 540-586-7682 Ask for: Curt Hunt- Liberty Zone AJ Miller- Staunton River Zone
The Moneta park is located in a currently, sparsely populated area of the County, within relatively close proximity to Smith Mountain Lake and in an area of the County that will likely see a great deal of continued development and population growth in the near future. Located conveniently off of Route 122, Rucker Road, this park is situated on an amazing site with spectacular views. Less than 50 acres of the park’s approximately 119 acres have been developed and expectations are that much of this park site can remain in its natural state with a large open pasture and areas of woodland.
The initial phase of development of Moneta Park has been completed and includes:
- 2 multi-use ball fields (baseball, softball, soccer)
- Tee-ball field
- 1 football/soccer field
- 18 Hole Disc Gold Course
- Picnic shelter are in place and a restroom facility is nearing completion.
Future Expansion & Development
- A trail system is being developed within the park for walkers, hikers, mountain bikers and others. As funding permits, further development of the park will take place.
- Local foundations, civic clubs and citizens have generously donated a great amount of their time and money to the park’s development.
The late Smyth Meador and the James A. Meador Foundation were instrumental in the purchase and development of the park land and a memorial to him and recognition to other contributors is provided within the park.