DPR has numerous options for DC residents to play, learn, or experience leisure activities.
DPR Customer Service: (202) 673-7647
DPR Media Contacts:
Michael Tucker Jr., (202) 717-4242, [email protected]
Gregory Jackson Jr., (202) 714-9550, [email protected]
(Washington, DC) – The DC Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) announced registration for all 2018 Spring Programs begins at 9 am on Thursday, March 1, 2018.
Spring Fitness Programs opened February 23rd, which did not include aquatics or enrichment programs. March 1, all of DPR’s offerings from Learn to Swim to Hydrospin, as well as enrichment programs Young Ladies on the Rise and more. Spring Break Camp and Summer Camp are also open for parents.
D.C. residents can enroll in sports activities such as baseball and soccer for kids, flag football and tennis for youth and adults. There are popular exercise classes like weight training, yoga and Zumba. Included are “Senior Strength,” “Walk Fit” and more active programs for seniors.
The full listing of Spring Programs is available online, but an account must be created for each participant to register for a program. Users are encouraged to set up an account prior to the registration date. Registration must be completed online. Credit cards will not be accepted at DPR sites.
To register for a program:
- Visit DPR’s Registration Portal
- Select an age group
- Browse location and program type
- Select a program, add to cart, and proceed to checkout
The DC Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) provides quality urban recreation and leisure services for residents and visitors to the District of Columbia. DPR supervises and maintains area parks, community facilities, swimming pools and spray parks, and neighborhood recreation centers. The agency also coordinates a wide variety of recreation and educational programs including sports leagues, youth development, therapeutic recreation, aquatic programming, outdoor adventure, camping, and senior citizen activities. Adaptive programs and facilities are available for persons with disabilities.