Parks and Recreation
Our most noteworthy are the Summer of Fun Playgrounds, Summer Swimming Programs, Youth Basketball League and SNAP (Special Needs All Play), Senior Activities, The Famous Mosquito Serenade Concerts, and Kids Free Fishing Day.
See the FALL ACTIVITIES GUIDE.
The Department also maintains and operates the city's two parks, including the 440 acre Anderson River Park which provides recreational facilities for softball/soccer, boating, fishing, tennis, basketball, picnic areas, wildlife viewing, disc golf, hiking and equestrian trails.
Please call to confirm availability of Facility or Program/Class before submitting registration forms.