Recreational Activities

  1. Closure advisory 

    In order to help slow the spread of COVID-19, city facilities remain closed to the public, and events, classes, programs, rentals and activities have been canceled.

    The facility closure applies to community centers, Rockville Senior Center, Croydon Creek Nature Center, Glenview Mansion, and F. Scott Fitzgerald Theatre.

    Rockville’s basketball, tennis and pickleball courts, the dog park at King Farm, and playgrounds, are open. Bathrooms remain closed.

    Gatherings of more than 50 people are still prohibited, in an effort to reduce public contact and slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus, and applies to athletic, social, cultural and community gatherings.

Rockville has big-city offerings with friendly customer service to make you feel at home. You can join friends and neighbors on the field in our youth and adult sports leagues or learn a new skill in one of our specialty classes. With a consistent high ranking, our residents agree our recreation activities are the best value in the area.

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Virtual Recreation

Other Ways to Stay Safe and Stay Active

Follow us on Facebook and Instagram for more ideas on how to stay active and fit while staying safe.

Follow Croydon Creek Nature Center on Facebook and ask a naturalist questions, find family-friendly activities and meet the animals. 

Recreation Guides

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Fall 2020 Life in Rockville Recreation and Parks Activity Guide

We know you count on us for event and activity fun, as well as health and wellness programs. This fall we are offering both in-person and virtual programs for all ages. There are countless opportunities to learn something new, refine your skills, or just meet new friends in the community. All programs are subject to modification or cancellation based upon state and local guidelines.

Registration begins: Thursday, August 27 at 8:30 a.m.

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Adults 60+ Fall Guide

The Rockville Senior Center staff miss you all and are offering many classes virtually to stay fit, engaged, and help with your well-being. Participate in a Halloween party full of trivia and costumes, learn how to create holiday labels on the computer, and more. Ready to exercise outside? Yoga for You is going outdoors in fall! Many seminars in the fall have phone in options for those that don’t have a computer!

Registration begins: Thursday, August 27 at 8:30 a.m.

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