Registration Opens Dec. 4 for Winter and Spring Activities

November 30, 2023

Stay active and engaged into 2024 with affordable Boise Parks and Recreation classes, camps, leagues and lessons. Registration for our full slate of programs opens at 7 a.m. on Monday, December 4 for Boise residents and at 7 a.m. on Wednesday, December 6 for non-residents. Activity registration will be available online, in-person and over the phone by calling (208) 608-7680. Click here to browse the Winter/Spring Activity Guide online.

Boise Parks and Recreation offers a wide variety of activities for preschool aged kids (walking to age five) to older adults age 65+ who participate in our Lifetime and Leisure tours to local museums, wineries and more. Explore Boise and make new friends by joining an adult sports league or participating in an art class at Fort Boise Community Center. The Dick Eardley Senior Center is also hosting a series of helpful health and fitness classes starting in January and the popular Senior Prom event takes place in March 2024.

There are currently spots available in winter and spring sessions of our popular and affordable Boise Outdoor Preschool program with locations in the North End and West Boise. Plus, our Adaptive Recreation program – AdVenture – is hosting a variety of classes, clubs and trips designed for youth and adults with disabilities.

This is also your chance to sign up for Learn to Play or Learn to Skate at Idaho IceWorld, spring lessons at Boise’s two municipal golf courses or to level up your pickleball game with a beginner, intermediate or advanced adult class.


Winter hasn’t even started yet, but we want to remind parents that registration for all of our popular 2024 summer camps, including Playcamps, will take place on the following dates:

  • Monday, April 1, 2024 at 7 a.m. for Boise residents
  • Wednesday, April 3, 2024 at 7 a.m. for non-residents

Mark your calendar – the Summer 2024 Activity Guide will be posted online in mid-March and we’re going all digital for the first time in Boise Parks and Recreation history! Please click here to bookmark the summer activity webpage for updates.

Need additional accommodation or have questions about registering for Boise Parks and Recreation activities? Please contact us at Fort Boise Community Center by calling (208) 608-7680 or via email at


Boise Parks and Recreation offers a robust scholarship program to remove barriers for people of all ages and abilities to participate in our activities. Visit our website to learn more, and to access applications for the Kristin Armstrong Youth Scholarship available in a variety of languages.

Contact: Parks and Recreation Media Relations

(208) 608-7600 |

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