Frequently Asked Questions

I do not live in Lexington County.  Can I utilize your services?
Lexington County Recreation & Aging Commission services are not limited to those who live with-in the county of Lexington.
Youth sports may vary, see each individual league's rules and regulations.

I am not a Wellness Member. Am I able to take classes held at your facilities?
Yes.  Wellness Memberships are only a requirement to use our wellness facilities.

What forms of payment do you take?
Currently LCRAC accepts only cash or check.  Credit card or online account payments may only be made through registrations available on this website.

Can I rent a basketball/tennis/racquetball court without a membership?
Courts are available for public rental at a set fee.  Please contact the location of your interest to reserve a court time and inquire about fees.

I am looking for volunteer/community service/student learning opportunities. Will LCRAC allow me to serve at a facility?
Volunteer opportunities are available through our Aging Department. 

Do you allow guests to use your Wellness Facilities?
We only allow members access to our wellness facilities.

Do you have any swimming pools?
No.

Do you reserve picnic shelters in your parks?
No, picnic shelters are available to the public on a first-come first-serve basis during park hours.
Public availability may be restricted by planned LCRAC events.

What Youth Sports do you offer?
We offer Football, Baseball, Softball, Soccer, Basketball, Lacrosse, Track, and Tennis.

What Adult Sports do you offer?
We offer Adult Softball, Tennis, Kickball, Basketball and Racquetball.

Who is responsible for the Youth Sports leagues in Lexington County?
Youth Sports leagues in Lexington County are community driven leagues (Volunteer Organizations). The Lexington County Recreation & Aging Commission helps facilitate each league, but does not directly oversee the daily operations of the league. Anyone with questions or concerns about a community league should first contact the leagues board members.

How do I know which league I am supposed to play with?
For certain sports, players are bound by boundary lines set forth by the Lexington County Recreation & Aging Commission or another governing body. Please check your specific sport to find out your boundary lines.

Who is the Dixie Youth Baseball Director?
Paul McCulloch is the South Carolina State Director. More information can be found about Dixie Youth Baseball at http://www.scdixieyouthbaseball.com/




 

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