LWCF Resources

ORLP Funds help create access to Wateree River in Camden

For the first time in more than a decade, the South Carolina community now has recreational access to the river and environmental amenities.

ORLP Funds turn Cully Park into Gathering Place for Diverse Community

The former landfill now serves as a park in what was formerly the most park deprived area of Portland

City of Mobile Three Mile Creek expands services and appeal with ORLP Funds

Alabama city transforms degraded stormwater conveyance into a community asset

SPLOST Funds and LWCF used for new infrastructure in Georgia

City of Brunswick’s Howard Coffin Park gets new playground and covered picnic shelter

Sunset Neighborhood Park, City of Renton, WA: Acquisition and Development

Using Land and Water Conservation Funding to create a new community park

Focusing on Nature-based Recreation at Blue Hole Regional Park, Wimberley, TX

An iconic Texas location uses the Land and Water Conservation Fund to preserve its beloved heritage.

Focusing on Children’s Fun through Fitness Wickiup Hill Park Natural Playscape, Toddville, IA

Thanks to the Land and Water Conservation Fund, this Natural Playscape allows children to discover the natural world

Acquiring Open Space – Bertram Chain of Lakes Regional Park, Wright County, City of Monticello, MN

This case study highlights using Land and Water Conservation Funding (LWCF) to acquire a large open land space in an area of rapid growth

Keeley Park Phase II: A National Model

Keeley Park used a Land and Water Conservation Fund to expand intergenerational opportunities and create an inclusive space for all people.