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King County Modified Phase 1 (and 2) Seattle park and recreation guidance and the reopening of many amenities

On Friday (6/5), the State approved King County’s Safe Start plan for a Modified Phase 1. Under this plan, outdoor recreation and gatherings of up to five people outside the household are permitted but some activities, facilities, and events remain restricted. Additionally, social distancing is still required. This guidance remains in place through… [ Keep reading ]

2020 Spring/Summer Brochures Now Available

The daffodils are starting to bloom, and that means spring is just around the corner! Spring and summer are some of the best times for parks and recreation. Discover all the ways to enjoy these seasons, from Spring Egg Hunts, flower blooms, summer beach openings, Bicycle Sundays, rowing events, the… [ Keep reading ]

Registration opens Feb. 5 for summer camps!

Make it a summer to remember! Seattle Parks and Recreation offers a wide variety of Camps during summer for all youth ages 3-17. Camps take place throughout the city at our community centers and parks. Read through our 2019 Summer Camps brochure to find the perfect camp. Offerings include Nature… [ Keep reading ]

Dive into summer fun!

Schedules for beaches, pools, wading pools and sprayparks Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR) has tons of ways for you to get your feet wet this summer! Visit one of our two outdoor pools, eight indoor pools, nine lifeguarded beaches, 22 wading pools or nine sprayparks. Whether you’re looking to dive… [ Keep reading ]

Summer Swim League registration is open now!

Looking for a swim league focused on fun and skill building? Register now for Seattle Parks and Recreation’s Summer Swim League for swimmers ages 7-18! The 6-week league begins on Monday, June 25, and ends with the All-City Championship Swim Meet on Saturday, August 4. Swimmers will practice 5 days a week for… [ Keep reading ]

Colman Pool Opens on May 26

Seattle Parks and Recreation is happy to announce Colman Pool opens for the 2018 season on Saturday, May 26, 2018! Lesson registration for 2018 lessons begins online Tuesday, April 3 at noon. In-person lesson registration at Colman starts weekends only on May 26 and 7 days a week starting June… [ Keep reading ]

Introducing SurvivorQuest Summer Youth Camp

Seattle Parks and Recreation and the Associated Recreation Council are excited to introduce SurvivorQuest Summer Youth Camp, making its debut this summer. This camp introduces youth ages 12-15 to wilderness survival, backpacking skills, first aid, environmental science, and more. In an effort to individualize education, campers are given the… [ Keep reading ]

A snapshot of 2015 summer programming accomplishments

Summer is nearly over, and we’re reflecting on all of the memories made and goals reached this season! In perhaps our busiest summer ever – due the long stretches of hot, sunny weather – we saw huge number of people at our summer programs, parks, pools and beaches. Take a… [ Keep reading ]

Kudos to lifeguards for helping to keep the public safe during peak swim season

Record-breaking temperatures have been plaguing Seattleites since the end of June, and there’s no relief in sight. Seattleites have been clamoring to Seattle Parks’ public beaches, spray parks and indoor/outdoor pools to try and escape the heat. During the first 15 days of open public beaches, lifeguards made 29 water… [ Keep reading ]

Enchantment in the trees: Experiential Play and Zip camp at Camp Long

Shake things up this summer and spend a day suspended high up in the trees. West Seattle’s Camp Long is hosting eight sessions of Enchantment Experiential Play and Zip camp at the high ropes challenge course. Play and zipline with your friends 40 feet above the ground. The experience is… [ Keep reading ]