COVID-19 UPDATETo protect public health and safety, Currents Aquatics Center and City Life Gym are closed. Most recreation and aquatics programs are canceled, fees will be refunded. Learn more.
Check out our new film, Let Us Play, below!
Register now for any program, including swim lessons, camps and more...online at WebTrac! You may also register by telephone at 721-PARK (7275) or in person at Currents Aquatics Center in McCormick Park, 600 Cregg Lane, Missoula, MT 59802.
Questions? Give us a call or email Parks and Recreation.
Our friendly customer service staff is on hand at Currents:
- Monday to Friday from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.
- Saturday from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
- Sunday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Please note the registration deadline indicated in the class descriptions. Registrations are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.
Fees and CityCard Resident Discount
Payment is required in full for all fees upon registration. City residents may purchase a Resident Discount Card to receive reduced fees.
Youth recreation grants are available for families who need financial assistance to register for swim lessons, recreation programs, or swim passes to Currents and Splash Montana.
Missoula Parks and Recreation does not discriminate against or exclude anyone from participation in any programs or services on the basis or race, color, national origin, sex, religion, disability, or economic status. Make ADA accommodation requests at the time you register or 10 working days before the activity. Registration and program information are available in alternative formats.
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Dozens of local kids are starring in a new documentary produced by Missoula Parks and Recreation and the Roxy Film Academy. Let Us Play was shot by youngsters who attended Parks and Recreation’s summer camps and by Parks staff. Check out the short
The film includes highlights from Parks and Recreation’s summer programs and illustrates the growth and satisfaction children experience through recreation. Some of the young filmmakers used GoPro portable adventure cameras to capture their adventures while mountain biking, river rafting and cycling. The film was produced by Recreation Specialist Meg Whicher to illustrate the benefits of outdoor recreation.