The East Lincoln Rescue Squad served eastern Lincoln County from 1977 through 2009, and was an all-volunteer organization with dedicated individuals giving of themselves for the community. The rescue squad donated their land to the Denver Lake Norman Rotary Club Foundation, to be used toward the East Lincoln Rescue Park, to recognize those individuals for the years of service.
A dedication and community celebration was held November 21, 2015 for the first development phase of the park. The first phase includes sewer, water, and storm drainage, large multi-purpose activity shelter, two multi-purpose athletic fields, open green space for community events and festivals, a half mile walking trail around the park, nine hole disk golf course, three picnic shelters and a lighted paved parking lot with 144 parking spaces.
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Rescue Squad Park includes a picnic shelter, multi-purpose field, and playground and is also the home of the Denver Farmer’s Market (Saturdays 8am-12pm). The picnic shelter is available for reservations at times not designated for recreation programs/public use. Reservations can be made for 2 hour blocks and can be made by contacting Lincoln County Parks and Recreation at 704.483.8980 during the hours of 8:30am-5:00pm.