The following recreational guidelines are in effect as of June 26, per the variance issued to Douglas County.
The Recreation Center is currently open. New safety precautions are in place, and users are required to reserve a 90-minute time slot online for a specific workout zone. The lap pool and leisure pool are also open by reservation only. Lap lanes are limited to two people per lane. Restrooms and showers are open, and lockers are available on a limited basis.
Make a reservation
In addition, the Rec Center Leisure Pool is also open by reservation. Reservations may be made 48 hours in advance.
Please keep in mind:
- The sauna is NOT available
- Hot tub space is extremely limited - three people per rotation. If tub capacity is reached, participants must rotate out at the end of one bubble cycle
- Limited lockers are available. Showers are also available for swimmers to rinse off
- Please arrive with your swimsuit on, and be prepared to leave the facility in your swimsuit
- Slides are available starting at 9 a.m.
Miller Activity Complex
The Miller Activity Complex is closed.
Outdoor pools and splash pads
Burgess and Butterfield Crossing pools are currently open. Reservations are available online 48-hours in advance.
Make a reservation
Splash pads at PSM and Festival parks are also open. Reservations are not required. Hours for both sites are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily.
Please remember to practice social distancing and maintain a distance of at least 6 feet. Additionally, local health officials recommend wearing a face covering while in public. The intent remains to limit interactions to only those within your own household. Good hygiene - like not touching your face, and washing your hands well, and often - also remains important.
Information on our programs is available on the Adaptive Recreation registration page.
The Adaptive Recreation program also partners with our race and fitness divisions to bring two amazing fundraising events; Climb4Change in April and the Glow Dance Party in September. The purpose of these events is to raise funding for the Town’s Adaptive Recreation program.
We were honored to help host the Night to Shine event (prom for individuals with special needs) on Friday, Feb.7, 2020 in partnership with Castle Oaks Church and the Wellspring Community. This was the first time the dance was ever been held in Castle Rock - serving many of our families and Adaptive Recreation participants in their hometown! Plus, we received a $6,500 grant from the Tim Tebow Foundation to help pay for this event.
Watch the video to see why we are so excited about this event!
"Every single person is important" -Tim Tebow
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Our goal is to provide opportunity for your swimmer to gain life-long aquatic skills in a safe swimming environment. We’ll accomplish this by creating fun educational learning, becoming water safe, and moving toward our individual achievable goals!
Sensory-Friendly Family Swim
Sensory-Friendly Family Swim (Recreation Center) or Trampoline (Miller Activity Complex) is offered the first Sunday of each month from 5:30-7 p.m., please see our registration page for more information on these programs.
The pool will be open only to those with a disability and their families. The pool is not open to the public during the Sensory-Friendly Swim.
Parent participation required. Noise and activity will be minimal. The large fountain will be off (unless approved) and lifeguards will only use whistles if necessary. The water slides will remain open.
1. In order to be eligible, the individual must be a resident of Douglas County. This requires proof of residency such as a current utility bill, housing lease, etc. This also must be the primary residence.
2. The applicant must completed the Assessment Form prior to participation.
Read the Scholarship Request Form then complete the Scholarship Application for each person. All information requested must be provided. Incomplete forms will not be considered.