Recreation Programming

The Parks and Recreation Department is working hard to deliver innovative, expanded and affordable community-centric recreation programming for our many residents and visitors. The goal for next summer is to continue to provide innovative, expanded and affordable need-based programming that ‘connects’ with each and every community member, but also focus on improving the quality of experience for each and every product, program or event offered by the department.

The department offers age-appropriate programs/camps where possible and based on demand.


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Youth Programming

  • Toddler Time (September - June)
  • Hot Shots Basketball (November - January) 
  • Ice Skating Lessons (November - February)
  • Instructional Basketball (February - March)
  • Little Sluggers T-Ball (April - May)
  • Swim Lessons - groups and privates (June - August)
  • Tennis Lessons - privates (June - October)
  • SUMMER CAMPS - (June - August) 
  • Peapod Playgroups - Spanish and English (year-round sessions)

Adult/Senior Programming

  • Coed Curling (January - February)
  • Coed Soccer (January - March)
  • Coed Volleyball (January - April) 
  • Backcountry Tours (February - April)
  • Avalanche Education Classes
  • Lap Swim and Whitmore 50 Challenge (May - September)
  • Swim Lessons - groups and privates (May - August)
  • Drop-in Tennis lessons - groups and privates (June - October)
  • Tennis Camps and Socials (June - August)
  • Coed Softball (July - August)
  • Men's Softball (July - August)
  • Softball Tournaments (July)
  • Beach Volleyball Tournament (July)

For an overview of our NEW 2018 recreation programming menu visit the 2018 Recreation Programming Menu.

How to Register

Registration is now easier than ever with our online registrations. Simply create a profile online and start signing up the whole family. 

Have questions? Give us a call at (760) 965-3699 or visit the Town offices located above Giovanni's. 

Thank you for choosing the Parks and Recreation Department for your family's recreational needs.