Summer is on its way and Boise Parks and Recreation is hosting a variety of classes and camps for all ages in the coming months. Registration for summer activities opened today (Monday, April 18) for Boise residents. Registration for non-residents opens Wednesday, April 20. To view the interactive version of the Summer 2022 Activity Guide online, click here.
Popular offerings including golf lessons, environmental education and adult sports leagues are back, along with some new programming including mountain biking classes for youth and teens. It’s also time to plan ahead and register your child for various summer camps. Our team is offering art camps for kids, sailing for teens, rock climbing, a parent and child mountain biking camp and much more.
Swimming lessons will be offered at four of the city’s outdoor municipal pools this summer: Borah Pool, Fairmont Pool, Ivywild Pool and the Natatorium. Sessions will be offered for a variety of ages and abilities to learn about water safety and improve their technique. Our popular Summer Recreation Swim Team is also back this season.
“Summer is the perfect time to enjoy everything Boise has to offer, from recreation activities at our facilities, to camps in our parks and hiking and mountain biking in the Boise Foothills,” said Boise Parks and Recreation Director Doug Holloway. “We take great pride in offering affordable and accessible activities for the entire community and we hope you’ll join us for a great summer season.”
Safety of staff and participants is always our top priority and increased cleaning schedules, along with a focus on hand hygiene for all participants, will continue at all Boise Parks and Recreation facilities. For additional information on current City of Boise COVID-19 protocols, visit the City of Boise’s COVID-19 information page.
If you’re a Boise resident and are ready to sign-up for a class, camp or activity now, visit our registration website. You can also register for summer activities by calling Fort Boise Community Center at 208-608-7680. Again, non-residents can register for summer activities starting on Wednesday, April 20.