Want to learn to swim, join a team, play some tennis, learn to skateboard, or just have fun? Parks and Recreation offers a wide variety of affordable recreation programs for youth, adults, and seniors. Our programs and activities provide a safe and healthy environment for the whole community.
Register for any program, including swim lessons for both pools, by mail, by telephone at 406-721-PARK, or in person at Currents Aquatics Center in: McCormick Park, 600 Cregg Ln., Missoula, MT 59802. Register online for all programs, except adult sports leagues. Details below.
Our friendly customer service staff is on hand at Currents:
Monday to Friday from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Saturday from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Sunday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Program fees must be paid upon registration. Please note the registration deadline is indicated in some class descriptions. Registrations are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. We accept cash, Missoula County check, Visa, and MasterCard (credit card payment available in person or by telephone only).
All new online registration
Register now! Welcome to WebTrac! Now you can register for swim lessons, camps and more…online! If you’re a current customer and we have your email address on file, you’ve recently received an email from email@example.com with your user name and password. Please give us a call at 721-PARK if you haven’t received the email or if you have any questions. New customers will be prompted to set up their account online.
Not all programs are available for online registration at this time. If your desired program isn’t listed, please give us a call at 721-PARK (7275) to register, or stop by Currents Aquatics Center.
Dozens of local kids are starring in a new documentary produced by Missoula Parks and Recreation and the Roxy Film Academy. Let Us Play was shot by youngsters who attended Parks and Recreation’s summer camps and by Parks staff. Check out the short
The film includes highlights from Parks and Recreation’s summer programs and illustrates the growth and satisfaction children experience through recreation. Some of the young filmmakers used GoPro portable adventure cameras to capture their adventures while mountain biking, river rafting and cycling. The film was produced by Recreation Specialist Meg Whicher to illustrate the benefits of outdoor recreation.