About Parks of Gainesville

Building a Legacy

Parks Ford Lincoln and Hyundai of Gainesville, acquired by the Parks family in 2006, relocated to its brand-new, state-of-the-art, energy efficient facility in 2013. Selling new Ford, Lincoln, Hyundai and Pre-Owned vehicles, we consistently set sales records and lead our competition in Customer Satisfaction.

Our dealership team is led by General Manager/Partner John Lanza, a 10-year veteran of the Parks Motor Group after a stellar career with Ford Motor Company. Parks Ford Lincoln and Hyundai strive to provide our customers with the best possible sales and service experience, so buying and owning a Parks vehicle is virtually stress free.

Please take a look at our open position on the Careers page and apply today!

Partners With Our Community

At Parks of Gainesville, we strive to be much more than a business. We are partners with our community and as an employee, you will get a chance to give back as well. We partner with many local organizations, charities and events with the goal of supporting our local community and the less fortunate. One of our main focuses led us to join the American Cancer Society in the fight against breast cancer, which is shown below. We also support the Gainesville Fine Arts Association and display local artists' work which is available for purchse in our dealerships!

Drive 4UR School
This Ford Motor Company sponsored free public test-drive event allows community members to experience new Ford products while earning money for their school. The students in Fond du Lac are our most important resource to keep our community moving forward.

Drive 4UR Community
Holiday Automotive puts on this free test-drive event for the community in which Ford donates up to $6,000 to the local non-profit organization of Holday’s choice. It is a great way for Holiday and the citizens of Fond du Lac to support the vital charitable organizations in our own backyard.

Horses Helping People
We are a proud sponsor of H.O.P.E, a non-profit organization, was established in July 2000, to offer equine-assisted therapy to enrich the lives and experiences of individuals with disabilities.

Swamp Scramble
The event provides a unique and practical experience for students in the Department of Tourism Recreation and Sport Management, who have a significant hand in planning the event. Students receive a sense of ownership of the event, gain practical experience from a logistical sense and learn to function within a group dynamic for the planning, writing and presentation of the material.