Denver Parks and Recreation (DPR) announced that the second phase of the reopening will begin on June 7, which will reopen outdoor pools, registered activities and programs, and open additional weight and cardio rooms at recreational centers across the city.
The reopening is part of the division’s gradual reopening and will allow the public to access the Athmar, Montclair, Cook, Hiawatha Davis and Rude leisure centers. This emerges from a communication from the DPR.
“With the recent lifting of capacity limits and social distancing requirements, we will continue to focus on safety as we open up more of our facilities, programs and activities,” said Happy Haynes, executive director of the department.
In addition, eight outdoor pools will reopen for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic forced a stay-at-home order in March 2020. The pools are open until August 14 for aqua aerobics, lap swimming, group swimming lessons, and open-air swimming.
Other programs such as arts and culture, adaptive and outdoor recreation and
On May 3, DPR opened three of its fitness centers – Carla Madison, Eisenhower, and Green Valley Ranch – only to those with reservations. According to the publication, these have since been lifted.
MY Denver Activités and the Tase Food Meal Program will continue to offer afternoon meals to people ages 5-18 in multiple locations, while the Seven Summer in the Parks youth day camps and youth sports camp will also resume in June.
Fitness centers, pools, and other activities continue to reopen throughout the summer.
Visit denvergov.org/recreation for more information.