Memorial Program

Memorial Tree: A tree is a recognized symbol of nature’s strength, beauty and endurance.

Participate in the Memorial Program to honor a loved one, mark an anniversary, special occasion, recognize an event or significant achievement.

We have designated trees in our active parks and along the paved trails available through our Memorial Tree Program. Once you choose the Tree you would like to adopt, we order the memorial stone and place it at the base of your tree.

Memorial Bench

Seminole County is a special place for many people. The beautiful parks, the sweeping views of the Wekiva River, the surprising moments of solitude that can be found while enjoying the scenic views. We know this in part is why we receive requests for visitors and friends of the park for the opportunity to place a memorial for loved once.

For more information on the Memorial Program please visit here.

Scholarship Seminole Program

PARC’S Foundation and Seminole County Leisure Services Department is committed to providing quality recreational opportunities to all residents of the County regardless of economic status.

You can find out more about the scholarship here.


The PARC’S Foundation was proud to sponsor the annual Breakfast of Champions (“BOC”) on May 15, 2019, at the Lake Mary Events Center.  This annual event is produced by the Seminole County Government in conjunction with its private sector sponsors including PARC’S.  A portion of the proceeds of the event benefits the PARC’S Foundation.

The primary purpose of the BOC is to induct new members into the Seminole County Sports Hall of Fame (SCSHOF).  This year the SCSHOF inducted tennis great, Jim Courier, Community Sports Activist and Altamonte Springs City Commissioner, Sarah Reece, and Muhammed Ali trainer and corner man,  Drew “Bundini” Brown as the SCSHOF Class of 2019.  Past inductees have included golfer, Matt Kucher, legendary sportscaster, Red Barber, and baseball great, Tim Raines.

PARC’S Foundation is proud to be associated with the BOC and greatly appreciates being designated as a beneficiary of the event.  If you would like to support the PARC’S Foundation, please go to our DONATE page to make your donation.

Red Bug Lake Park Playground

Seminole County Leisure Services and the Friends of Seminole County

Parks and Preservation have joined with national equipment vendor GameTime, a Playcore Company, and local representative Dominica Recreation Products, Inc. (DRP), to provide a new, state-of-the art playground at Red Bug Park, 3600 Red Bug Lake Road in Casselberry.

The playground, in memory of DRP’s founder Richard Dominica, will host a “build day” on Friday, August 28th from 8:30am-2pm and be dedicated on Saturday, August 29th at 10am. National representatives from Game Time will be attending, and invite Seminole County’s leadership to participate in both the hands-on build and the dedication day.

This project represents over $230,000 in donations to the Friends of Seminole County Parks and Preservation through DRP and partner vendors. The playground will feature unique new elements not yet installed anywhere else in Florida- including a new tandem swing for parent and child.