Classes and Programs

 

 

Parks and Recreation Services Update44Parks and Recreation Services Update<div class="ExternalClassF4C339E2F6614BDCBBABE70657A06CB7"><p>City of Phoenix recreation facilities are <strong>open</strong>​​. That includes all community and recreation centers, parks, trails, sports complexes, golf courses and <a href="/pgm">Pueblo Grande Museum</a>.<br></p><p>Indoor facilities are operating at limited capacity and indoor sports leagues are paused.<br></p><p>Additionally, the City of Phoenix is following CDC guidelines and are requiring a mask or face covering when inside city facilities, regardless of vaccination status.​ <span style="color:#efefef;">#homepage #allpks​</span>​</p><p><span style="color:#efefef;"><a href="/newsroom/parks-and-recreation/1068" target="_blank" style="text-decoration-line:underline;">Learn more about Parks and Recreation impacted services</a>​</span></p></div>9/1/2021 7:00:00 AM12/31/2021 7:00:00 AM

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Membership Pass Information:

The Phoenix Parks and Recreation Pass is your key to accessing amenities and programs citywide. Get your Phoenix Parks and Recreation Pass online or visit your local recreation facility to get more information on specific amenities and program offerings available in your area.


Annual Pass: Good for 12 months from date of purchase

    Adult Pass (age 18 and older):

    • $20 for Phoenix residents

    • $40 for non-Phoenix residents

Youth Pass (age 17 and younger):

    • $5 for Phoenix residents

    • $10 for non-Phoenix residents

Day Pass: Good for unlimited visits on day of purchase

    • $1 for Youth

    • $2 for Adults


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Benefits:

  • Gain access to the city's Community Centers and Neighborhood Recreation Centers

    • Participate in open gymnasiums and other open recreation opportunities

    • Access to facility lobby and game room areas

    • Access to fitness room and health amenities at selected sites (Additional fees may apply - limited sites offer free fitness room access)

  • Grants registration access to classes and programs

    • Hundreds of free classes and programs

    • Thousands of paid classes and programs (Additional fees apply)


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Who does not need a pass? 

    • Spectators such as parents, friends or family members accompanying or watching a child participating in classes or sports programs

    • Visitors to facilities that charge a daily admission fee

    • Visitors to city preserve land or participants in outdoor programs in city preserve land

    • Visitors using a facility in conjunction with a rental

    • Participants age two or younger

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