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River Road Park & Recreation

 

 

Youth Summer Camps

Youth Summer Camps 2020 Info

 

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Welcome to River Road Park District!

We will be closed until further notice.

 

River Road Park District Closure Update

 

4/23/2020

Hello Everyone,

We thank you again for your patience during this difficult time.  Although we do not know what the future holds, we are working hard to create a safe and clean environment for all of you to come back to.  The District utilizes information provided by Governor Brown to educate ourselves, and are using projected models to estimate a timeframe to reopen.  Current information can be found at the following links: 

https://www.oregon.gov/psychology/Documents/Reopening_Oregon_Framework_Presentation_v4.pdf

https://govstatus.egov.com/OR-OHA-COVID-19

 

https://lanecounty.org/cms/One.aspx?portalId=3585881&pageId=16503774

Our staff, just like all of you, are anxious to reopen our facilities, but we have to wait for authorization from the Governor to do so.  We will continue to post videos on our YouTube channel and on Facebook, and encourage all of you to participate in our classes from home. Until we are able to reopen our doors, we hope that all of you continue to stay healthy and safe.

 

Jase Newton

Superintendent

River Road Park & Recreation District

 

4/7/2020

Our spring and summer programs are on hold. As soon as we know more, we will update you and this website. Please check back or call if you have any questions.

Stay safe!

 

4/3/2020

Dear River Road Park & Recreation District Patrons,


The staff at River Road Park & Recreation District would like to thank you for your continued support and patience during this strange and stressful time. We continue to follow the guidelines from the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) and the executive orders from Governor Brown. Unfortunately, that means we will remain closed to the public for the foreseeable future.


To assist in your health and wellbeing, our staff has created both adult and children’s programming. To access this programming, please subscribe to the District’s YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6zHrxe9YaaXJwOxnVbE0Yw.


If you have any programming questions, please contact our District business office Monday through Friday, 8 am to 4 pm at 541-688-4052 or for assistance by department please contact an email below:

Recreation Director – cathyc@rrpark.org

Adult Recreation Programs – kennedyf@rrpark.org

55+ Activities / Trips – katrinas@rrpark.org

Youth Recreation Programs – sondrab@rrpark.org

Aquatics – margaretm@rrpark.org
jefff@rrpark.org

Gymnastics – Gymnasticsnorthwest@yahoo.com


For all other questions – info@rrpark.org

Please visit https://www.facebook.com/RRParkDistrict/ or www.rrpark.org for facility and park information.


May you, and those around you, continue to stay healthy. We hope to see you very soon!

 

3/25/2020

First and foremost, we would like to say how much we miss seeing each and every one of you. Children attending our early childhood programs. Gymnasts at Prairie Hall. Adults in our water exercise, yoga, and tai chi classes. Attendees on our 55+ day trips. This is an extraordinarily challenging time, and we would like to thank all of you for your continued support.


Both physical and mental exercise are important in our everyday lives. Our job is to help provide you

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Campus Recreation | University of Wisconsin River Falls

COVID-19 Updates: Campus Recreation

Posted on March 26, 2020

Due to the “Safer at Home Emergency Order” issued by Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers, all Campus Recreation facilities will continue to be closed through April 24.  This closure includes the Fitness Center, Knowles Field House, Climbing Wall, Hunt Arena, and all programs, services, and events.

  • All current memberships and locker services will be automatically extended 45 days beyond your current end date.
  • All recurring members’ next deduction will be $.01 to reflect the facility closure.
  • No purchases will be accepted through at least April 24.

Please keep in mind that this situation is constantly evolving. More information will continue to be posted at www.uwrf.edu/campusrec and on our social media outlets as it becomes available.  For more campus-wide information, please visit go.uwrf.edu/covid19.

If you have any questions, please email us at campusrec@uwrf.edu.

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Posted on March 16, 2020.

Due to the growing public health concern about COVID-19, all Campus Recreation facilities will be closed starting March 17-April 10.  This closure includes the Fitness Center, Knowles Field House, Climbing Wall, Hunt Arena, and all programs, services, and events.

What this means for memberships:

  • Refunds will not be issued at this time.  All current memberships will be automatically extended 30 days beyond your current end date.  If limited facility access exists beyond April 10, refund policies will be reassessed.
  • All recurring members’ next deduction will be $0.01 to reflect the facility closure over the next three weeks.
  • All locker services will be extended 30 days.
  • No purchases will be accepted through at least April 10.

What you can do:

  • Practice good hygiene, wash your hands, avoid touching your face, stay home if you feel sick, and avoid large gatherings when you can.
  • Find at-home workouts. There are tons of free options online with many apps offering free trials.
  • Go outside! As long as you are practicing social distancing, it is okay to get outside and go for a walk while you listen to your favorite playlist or podcast.
  • Stay connected. Reach out to friends, call a family member – maybe even try a workout using FaceTime. We are all in this together.
  • WIN SWAG! Watch for posts of daily at-home workouts from Campus Recreation on our social media platforms. Complete the workout and be eligible for free swag give-a-ways.

Please keep in mind that this situation is constantly evolving. More information will continue to be posted at www.uwrf.edu/campusrec and on our social media outlets as it becomes available.  For more campus-wide information, please visit go.uwrf.edu/covid19.

If you have any questions, please email us at campusrec@uwrf.edu.

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Indian River County Recreation Department

Indian River County Recreation Department


News and Upcoming Events


Spring Break camp promo
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Baseball Registration Youth Baseball Registration Flyer

Maximum Velocity Gymnastics
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Up on Top Volleyball

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Officials Needed



Program booklet

View the Program Booklet – If you would like information about sponsorship or an ad in the next Program Book please call Jill Krebs 772 226-1726.

Instructors Wanted

We are currently looking for instructors certified to teach the following:

  • Swim Lessons
  • Water Aerobics/ Fitness
  • Yoga
  • Zumba (land and or water)
  • Swim coach for a Masters program 

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Deschutes River State Recreation Area

Campground Information

A Loop (open year-round; but first-come-first-serve Nov. 1st – mid-April)

  • 34 electrical sites with water for RV or tent camping (water shut off in the winter)
  • Flush toilets & hot showers (closed in winter)
  • Paved parking pads 

B Loop (closed in winter)

  • 14 primitive RV/tent sites
  • Vault toilets & potable water nearby

G Loop (closed in winter)

  • 4 reservable primitive RV/tent camping areas
  • Group areas accommodate up to five RVs or tents for up to 25 people
  • Vault toilets & potable water nearby

T Loop (closed in winter)

  • 11 primitive sites for tents & small RVs (maximum combined length of 24 feet)
  • Vault toilets & potable water nearby

The Deschutes River State Recreation Area is a tree-shaded, overnight oasis for campers. The sparkle-laden, swift, green rush of the Deschutes converges with the Columbia here, & there’s no better place for family outing activities like hiking, mountain biking, camping, rafting, world-class steelhead & trout fishing. Equestrian trail riding permitted March- June with a reservation (closed July-February).

Spring comes early in the Deschutes canyon, painting the walls of the canyon green for a few months each year, before heat begins to build in June, turning the vegetation a golden shade of brown. The canyon is sheltered & warmer than you might think; the first wildflowers break from winter’s grip in late February. What a great escape from the rainy weather!

The Atiyeh Deschutes River Trail at river level is a favorite jaunt for hikers on hot summer days. You just can’t beat the cool river and the shade of white alder trees (& while you’re resting, look for the hanging basket-type nests built by the orioles).

The Deschutes, which is both a national and state scenic waterway, drops about a quarter of a mile in its final 100 miles as it twists through canyons 700 to 2,200 feet deep – great for days of fun whitewater rafting, kayaking, & inner-tubing.

Heritage Landing is a popular jetboaters launch. It provides access to the Deschutes and Columbia Rivers. This is where river guides meet their clients, families gather to head out onto the Columbia River for salmon fishing or water skiing, & everyone collects to share the excitement of their big catch. Jetboating is allowed on the lower segment of the Deschutes River all year ’round except alternating weekends from June – September; boaters passes are required for all flotation devices.

The lower 2 miles of the Deschutes River is a PASS THROUGH zone for boaters. This provides fishing access for the many hike-up anglers that depart from Heritage Landing & use the river trails.

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