Parks & Recreation

OH skiersParks, Recreation, Open Space and Trails Master Plan Open House -  March 5

Drop in to dive into the details of the new master parks plan and share your invaluable ideas for the future. Missoula Public Library, Cooper Room B, 4th floor.
• Open to all ages; fun kids' activities
• Light refreshments
• Free parking in library lots and on-street after 5 pm. 

Register online for all recreation & aquatics programs!

Registration for all 2024 Spring and Summer programs, including summer camps and swim lessons, opens Sunday, April 7. The 2024 Recreation Guide, which includes the summer camp line-up and many more great programs will be published here on March 19, 2024. Questions? Email us or phone 406-721-PARK.


Parks and recreation services provide countless benefits for our community and residents. We take pride in serving our wonderful community by providing quality recreation and aquatics programs, beautifully maintained parks and trails, and plenty of open spaces for everyone to enjoy. 

Missoula is home to over 550 acres of city parks, 22 miles of commuter trails4,200 acres of protected conservation lands, and 40,000 trees in our parks, open spaces and along boulevards. 

Our goal is to ensure every Missoula neighborhood has access to parks, open spaces, recreation facilities, and walking/biking paths. Join us for healthy outdoor fun at our two exciting water parks, or participate in one of our many recreation programs for all ages and abilities. We look forward to seeing you outside!

Located in Currents Aquatics Center, 600 Cregg Lane in McCormick Park
Phone 406-721-PARK (7275) Email Us

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