Parks & Recreation


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 550 acres of city parkland, 22 miles of commuter trails, 4,200 acres of conservation lands and 26,000 park and boulevard trees.

Our mission is to ensure every Missoula neighborhood is well-served with parks and open space, recreational facilities, and bicycle and pedestrian access to the great outdoors. Join us for healthy fun at our two exciting water parks, or participate in our wide variety of youth and adult recreation programs.

Located in Currents Aquatics Center
600 Cregg Lane in McCormick Park
Phone 406-721-PARK (7275) Email Us

Register online for recreation and aquatics programs

Currents Aquatics Center
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  1. City to install groundwater monitoring wells at MRL Park this month

    Weather permitting, City contractors will install groundwater monitoring wells at Montana Rail Link Park, 2300 Johnson St., later this month. The work is tentatively scheduled for October 21 through October 24.
  2. Urban Forestry pruning trees along Brooks Street

    City Forestry crews will be pruning and trimming trees on both sides of Brooks Street through early November as part of their work keeping the urban forest healthy and safe for citizens. Read on...
  3. Fort Missoula Regional Park hosts old-fashioned Fall Family Fest on October 19

    Fort Missoula Regional Park and Missoula Parks and Recreation invite kids and their families to the 19th Annual Fall Family Fest and Kaboom! Play Day on Saturday, October 19 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
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