In this episode of “Stuff You Don’t Usually See,” Lincoln Recreation Center Supervisor Cheletia Johnson and Marketing Manager Lacey Lively discuss the LRC’s busy fall events schedule, including October’s Annual Fall Fest. Continue reading Video: Cheletia Johnson discusses the Lincoln Recreation Center’s busy fall events schedule
Are you looking for opportunities for you and your family to become physically active? The City of College Station offers a variety of fall recreational opportunities for kids and adults. Continue reading Fall sports leagues and programs offer kids and adults easy ways to get physically active
For the Parks & Recreation Department, fall means a fresh lineup of engaging programs and events for all ages and abilities. We have something for everyone! Registration is underway with no residency requirements. Continue reading City offers an ample array of appealing youth and adult sports and programs this fall
So, what exactly is pickleball, and why is it becoming such a popular sport? The City of College Station offers several places to play both indoors and out. Here’s a crash course on how to play, courtesy of USA Pickleball. Continue reading What is pickleball, why is it so popular, and where can you play in College Station?
The Parks and Recreation Department offers 20 captivating and diverse summer camps for kids ages 3-15. Whether you’re looking for outdoor adventure, interactive science, or active play, we have it all. New this year is an adaptive camp with activities adapted for each person. Our goal is to create exciting experiences through supervised, structured recreation in a safe and welcoming environment. Continue reading Your informative guide to our 20 captivating, diverse – and loads of fun! – summer youth camps
The Parks and Recreation Department has a spring sports line-up that appeals to first-time athletes and adults alike – and you don’t even have to live in College Station. We also have a packed tournament schedule if you prefer to spectate. Continue reading Parks and Rec’s spring sports lineup appeals to young rookies and seasoned veterans