Concho Valley Lions Park

The Park that was built by and is owned and maintained by the Concho Valley Lions Club. This park consists of approximately 3 acres located about 2 blocks west of the Jiffy Store on Commrecial Drive in Concho Valley. The Park has a baseball field, basketball court, covered picnic area, and playgrounds.

Concho Valley Lions Park


A number of community events are sponsored at the Lion's Park. Over the last few years this has included a Fourth of July Picnic, the annual Memorial Day Parade celebration, Community Oktoberfest,  and the Concho Arts and Crafts Festival. New events are currently being planned.

While the park is a valuable resource to our community, there is a lot of upkeep and maintenance to be done. For many years this has fallen on a just few dedicated individuals. Recently repairs and cleanup has been boosted by a local volunteer coordinating an inmate work crew on a regular basis.  The hard work is greatly appreciated.

There has been a continuing problem with vandalism at the Park. Recently some kids knocked golf balls into the bathroom building leaving numerous holes in the exterior siding. Then just before the Memorial Day Parade Blue Hills Environmental was kind enough to donate the use of some portable toilets only to have fireworks thrown into one causing a great deal of damage. The water to the drinking fountains is off because the same day it was turned on, one of the hydrant handles was broken and water was left running at them both. Flowers planted thanks to a donation from the Sugar Shack have been damaged and the drip irrigation has been pulled out and turned off. Law Enforcement has been responding to incidents and charges will be pressed against individuals caught causing the damage. Although video monitoring or a park host has been considered we really need local residents to help protect this valuable community asset by observing and reporting vandalism to the local Sheriff's Office at 337-4321.

Sight First

The Lions Club established Sight First to fight the major causes of preventable and reversible blindness.  The program joins Lions volunteers with blindness prevention experts, organizations and governments.

The Concho Valley Lions Club helps by providing free eye exams and eyeglasses for eligible needy Concho and St. Johns residents as funds allow.

Eyeglasses Application


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