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Winter-Spring 2022-2023 Boise Parks and Recreation Activities, Camps and Classes – City of Boise

Continue to stay active indoors during the winter or enroll in spring activities to look forward to. We provide programming for all members of the community no matter their age, background or ability.
Browse the WINTER/SPRING Activity Guide Online
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Activity registration for Boise residents starts Monday, December 5 and for non-residents on Wednesday, December 7.
Activity Registration will begin online, in-person and over the phone at 7 a.m. on both Monday, December 5 and Wednesday, December 7.
Click Here to Register Online
Registration for all Playcamps, Rec ‘Em and Mountain Discovery Camps will now take place in February. These camps will be viewable online on Monday, January 30, 2023 but registration does not open until the following week.
Opening dates in 2023:

  • Monday, February 6, 2023 at 7 a.m. for Boise Residents
  • Wednesday, February 8, 2023 at 7 a.m. for Non-Residents

All other summer camps offered by Boise Parks and Recreation will continue to have registration periods that open along with the launch of the Summer Activity guide in mid-April. Thank you for your understanding as we work to improve processes and better serve our community!
Questions or concerns, please call 208-608-7680.
Updated policy: Minus a $15 per household member processing fee if you cancel at least ten calendar days before the starting date of the class.
EXAMPLE: Now, in the new scenario, we will charge $15 per enrolled person per transaction. That means if a customer is canceling 7 classes for 2 family members, we charge $30. If it’s for 3 family members, it would be $45.
Idaho IceWorld has Learn to Skate and Learn to Play hockey programs for youth ages 2 to 17. Sign up to reserve your spot today!
Enroll your child in a spring break camp while they are out on school break. Some of the current offerings include golf, mountain biking, art or zoo keeping.
Have a teenager ages 13-17? We offer a variety of programming including art, cooking, environmental education and fitness.
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Have a love of the outdoors and wondering what to do with your spare time? Boise Parks and Recreation’s volunteer program will get you out communing with nature and meeting people with similar interests. Beginning in March, volunteers will head out in force to help care for our local parks and open spaces, and we’d like to invite you to be part of the effort.
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