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Plano Parks and Recreation Adapted Recreation programs offer recreational opportunities for individuals with special needs from 12 months to over 60 years of age. Programs are offered year round and provide a variety of activities such as; fitness, crafts and fine arts, education, outings and a variety of other programs that meet the needs of children/teens and adults with disabilities.
Browse through sports available to adults in the City of Plano.
The Plano Aerobats Gymnastics Program is a year-round program for girls, ages 3 through 16, beginners through Level 8, and boys, ages 4 through 8, beginners and advanced beginners.
Our Go Ape Treetop Adventure course features thrilling views of the lush local landscape and even a zip line that crosses over Rowlett Creek. Our high-ropes adventure course takes between 2 through 3 hours to complete.
High Point Tennis Center offers group tennis classes, leagues, workouts and private lessons.
The 7,000 square foot Oak Point Park Nature and Retreat Center overlooks the majestic beauty of Oak Point Park and Nature Preserve
Discover all of the activities and classes offered at Outdoor Recreation.
Pecan Hollow Golf Course is a public facility open for play Tuesday through Sunday.
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Read through the standards of care to see how the Parks and Recreation department prioritize and operate its programs.
We offer a variety of indoor and outdoor summer camp options for children of all ages.
Plano Parks and Recreation is looking for qualified and innovative instructors for its preschool, youth and adult classes. If you have a unique talent, skill or idea for a class, please contact our recreation centers or fill out the instructor qualification form.
Financial assistance is available for memberships and many of our recreation classes for those who qualify.
Find out where pickleball and tennis courts are located in Plano.