Located in East Quincy off Hwy 70 at Fairgrounds Road, Pioneer Park is home to the largest public swimming pool in Plumas County. The park also features a playground, volleyball court, horseshoe pits, bocce ball courts, individual picnic/BBQ facilities and a group BBQ pavilion that seats 80 individuals. The pavilion is ideal for parties, business outings, receptions and club or church events, and is fully accessible. For reservation information regarding the Pioneer Pool or BBQ pavilion, contact the District Office at 530-283-3278.
Pioneer Pool is located at Pioneer Park in East Quincy. The pool is open Mondays through Fridays from 3:00 - 5:00 (public swim) and 5:00 - 7:00 (family swim) and closed Saturdays for pool parties mid-June through August for a wide variety of swim activities. Both private and group swim lessons are offered from levels 1 through 7 plus Parent/Tot and Basic Rescue classes. Two nine-day group lesson sessions are offered at separate times during the summer. Family swim passes may be purchased at a rate of $125. The Pioneer Pool is fully accessible.
Quincy Skate Park
Through strong collaboration between the Central Plumas Recreation and Park District, Quincy Rotary Club, County of Plumas, California Dept. of Parks and Recreation, the Tony Hawk Foundation, and countless local volunteers and donors, the new Quincy Skate Park was completed in the Fall of 2003. The 11,000 sq. ft. skate park features bowls, fun boxes, slopes, steps, rails, drop-offs, jumps and much more. The skate park is open to skate boards and in-line skates, only. Bicycles, scooters and motorcycles are prohibited for safety reasons. Protective equipment including, a helmet, knee, wrist and elbow pads are required to be worn by skaters at all times. The skate park will be open seasonally, seven days per week, 9:00 A.M. until sunset. Contact the Central Plumas Recreation and Park District for more details at 530-283-3278.
Lowell Bader Park
Located in the community of Meadow Valley, six miles west down Bucks Lake Road from Quincy, Lowell Bader Park is the smallest and most rustic park in the system. The park features a tennis and basketball court, horseshoe pits, a playground for smaller children, individual and group picnic/BBQ facilities and a large play turf area. The group picnic/BBQ facility can be reserved for parties or other events. For more information or to make park reservations please contact the District Office at 530-283-3278.
Pioneer Sports Annex
In 2009, the Central Plumas Recreation and Park District acquired a three-acre parcel of undeveloped land adjacent to the Pioneer Park and Pool complex. The acquisition was the result of an opportunity purchase at approximately one-third of the appraised value of the property.
One year later, in 2010, the District also acquired the adjoining one-acre parking area through the Federal Lands to Parks program. With that acquisition, at no cost to the District, there is deeded ingress and egress off Highway 70, as well as parking spaces for approximately 25-30 vehicles.
The Board of Directors and District staff conducted several public workshops in 2010 to determine the best use of the property. What came out of that public input process was a plan to eventually develop the site into a community athletic field that could accommodate future youth and adult soccer programs as well as other sports and recreation activities.
To date, no funding has been located or secured to facilitate the development of the Pioneer Sports Annex Facility.
Utilization of the Pioneer Sports Annex site currently is limited to short term camping for patrons of the High Sierra Music Festival during the fourth of July weekend.
The Recreation and Park District invites and welcomes tax-deductible donations - large or small - toward the eventual completion of this most important project.
Individuals or groups wishing to participate in this endeavor are welcome to contact District General Manager, James Shipp, at 530-283-3278, or email@example.com, to explore options or possibilities.