Parks & Recreation

COVID-19 UPDATE - SPLASH MONTANA AND CURRENTS ARE OPEN BY RESERVATION ONLY. No walk-up/drop-in admission available. Learn more.
  1. Maloney Ranch Park playground temporary closure announced

    The playground at Maloney Ranch Park will be temporarily closed for woodchip replacement between July 9 and 10 and on July 14.
  2. Parks and Recreation COVID-19 Updates

    Parks and Recreation is working closely with the Missoula City-County Health Department to develop protocols that will help protect public health and safety in parks. The department is gradually reopening facilities as listed below. Read on...
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Welcome!

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.

Registration for all Summer programs today—Recreation Guide at right. Renew your CityCard resident discount by calling 721-PARK (7275) today, or stop by Currents Aquatics Center to renew. Register online for recreation and aquatics programs or phone 721-7275. Online registration works best on desktop computers.

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

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Register online for recreation and aquatics programs

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