Denver Recreation Center Closures
Effective March 16, 2020: With the announcement made by Mayor Michael B. Hancock of a pending Public Health Order, the City & County of Denver will close all Denver Recreation Centers until further notice. All centers that are meal sites will continue to serve program participants during regularly scheduled hours (Monday-Friday, 3:30-5:30pm). Learn more about this program.
In addition, Denver Parks and Recreation (DPR) has made the difficult decision to cancel all registered spring programs. Customers registered for programs will be fully refunded. If you have additional questions, please reach out to email@example.com.
We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your understanding during this time.
MY Denver collaborates with community organizations and youth advocates to bring life to the activities in our centers while providing safe, supportive and quality environments in which young people can play, learn and grow.
Denver recreation centers offer both structured and drop-in activities for MY Denver cardholders when school is out. This could include afterschool, during school breaks and some evening and weekend fun!
Programs are available in a safe environment and are designed to contribute to the academic and social development of all children and youth. Activities vary, falling under five categories:
Denver’s active lifestyle knows no age limit, and older adults and seniors are just as active as anyone. Some already get a free or discounted membership through programs like SilverSneakers® and now, MY Denver PRIME is taking care of those who don’t.
Just like the MY Denver Card gives all Denver kids free access to Denver’s recreation centers and pools, the MY Denver PRIME membership expands free access for all the city’s residents ages 60 and older.
Denver Parks & Recreation (DPR) Inclusion Philosophy:
DPR’s guiding principles provide Every Person in the city with equitable access to quality programs and amenities. We strive to enable everyone to participate in any activity offered by the Department. DPR strives to provide an environment that welcomes diversity and empowers communities to create a better place in which everyone can live and thrive. Inclusion support options are available for people with disabilities when registering for activities.