Parks and Recreation
Are you ready to play on Aug. 29 at Scott Carpenter Pool? The 33 year tradition of the Great Boulder Duck Race raises essential funds that will help build equitable access to public spaces and recreation. Get quackin' and join our team by adopting a duck for only $11 today! Play Boulder Foundation
Drop in at Boulder Recreation Facilities is back!
With Boulder County in Level Clear, city recreation facilities and outdoor pools are phasing out reservations and are ready for you to drop in. Read more
Reduced Service Levels
Boulder Parks and Recreation is excited about the programs and places it will provide to support the health and wellness of the entire Boulder community. At the same time, the past year has taken a toll on our ability to recreate, socialize, and enjoy the benefits of physical activity.
For Parks and Recreation, it has resulted in deep reductions to funding, staffing, and facility visitation levels.
Parks and Recreation services levels this summer will be reduced so that resources can be focused on services that safely deliver the broadest community benefit possible. Learn more
Recreation & Volunteer Programs
About Boulder Parks and Recreation
We promote the health and well-being of the Boulder community by collaboratively providing high-quality parks, facilities and programs.
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Support local public space, playgrounds, and recreation for all! Donations received will help fund sport and recreation programming for low-income families and people with disabilities.
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