- Recreational Activities
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.
Summer Camp Guide
Registration opens Tuesday, April 6 at 8:30 a.m.
Return to fun in 2021 with Rockville summer camps. Campers will have a great time socializing with friends, learning new skills, expressing creativity and playing active games. Whether you are looking for childcare options, half-days in the park or specialty activities such as drama, STEAM, gymnastics, or in-service learning camps for teens, we have programs for everyone. All camps have been modified to keep our staff and campers safe while having fun!
Spring is the season of new beginnings. There’s no better time to get back to doing the activities that you enjoy, escape to the outdoors or find a new hobby. With a wide variety of programs and outdoor spaces, Rockville has something for everyone. Explore one of our 65 parks, enroll your child in a sports activity, take a fitness class yourself, or discover fun activities in the community. All of our locations have increased safety procedures to help ensure a fun and safe experience for everyone who lives, works or plays in Rockville.
Winter 2020-2021 Life in Rockville Recreation and Parks Activity Guide
Warm up your winter by staying active and engaged virtually and in-person. Staying active is essential to maintaining both your physical and mental health. Social activity is just as vital to our overall well-being as physical activity. Connect with friends and try out a new class, Create natural holiday craft projects with family, Celebrate the rich history of Rockville with the Peerless Rockville Speaker Series. Look inside to find programs that are just right for you.
Spring 2021 Adults 60+ Recreation and Services Guide
Bring on the sunshine with a virtual walk viewing spring scenery from around the world or enjoy an in-person beginner bird walk with a Croydon Creek nature center staff member at Redgate. Enjoy an evening out with your friends for our outdoor Wine and Cheese event-Cinco de Mayo style or come eat lunch with us outside during our Brown bag lunch series. We have lots of fun programs planned this Spring virtually and in person!
Registration begins: Thursday, March 4 at 8:30 a.m.
- Khan Academy | Free K-12 grade online courses
- National Geographic online
- Montgomery County Library’s virtual events
- Montrose School at home lesson plan
Health and Fitness
- Healthy family recipes
- Rockville Recreation and Parks virtual programs
- Swimming training at home
- Backyard Little League training
- Soccer training at home
- Psychological First Aid: Supporting Yourself and Others During COVID-19
- Water Safety for Parents and Caregivers Online Course