Parks & Recreation

Storm Damage News
Storm damaged trees - What to Do
Certified Arborists List - For help with trees on private property.

Boulevard tree debris drop site:
Fort Missoula South Av. parking lot - closing Monday, August 24.  Drop site is for private citizens only. No contractors, please.
Missoula Parks and Recreation is proud to serve the citizens of Missoula with quality recreation programs, well-maintained parks and trails, and an abundance of open space lands. Missoula boasts more than 400 acres of city parkland, 20,000 park and boulevard trees, 22 miles of trails, and 3,300 acres of conservation lands. 

What's New: Parks and Trails Bond Projects 
Comment on New Or Improved City Playgrounds through 6/28.
2014 Parks and Trails Bond Project Updates

Fall 15 Recreation Guide

Parks Guide
Healthy Living
Thousands of Missoulians join us for healthy fun at our two exciting water parks, participate in our wide variety of youth and adult recreation programs, plus participate in fun runs, festivals, and outdoor recreation adventures. We strive to make sure every Missoula neighborhood is served with parks and open space, recreational facilities, and bicycle and pedestrian access to the great outdoors.
Recreation Programs

Register for programs at Currents Aquatics Center
  • Monday through Friday, 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.
  • Saturday, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
  • Sunday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
 For more information please call 406-721-PARK or view the Recreation Guide
Currents Aquatics Center