Public parks and recreation are the gateways to a healthier, more livable community.
At Chapel Hill Parks & Recreation, we continue to expand our efforts in making a positive change in the health and wellness in Chapel Hill and Orange County.
The Town of Chapel Hill is nationally regarded for its quality of life. In addition to our parks, open green spaces, and a myriad of indoor and outdoor recreational facilities, Chapel Hill Parks & Recreation offers recreational programs and cultural activities for all ages and social backgrounds.
Everyone needs the opportunity for self-enrichment, adventure, fellowship and quiet reflection. At Chapel Hill Parks and Recreation Department, we understand these needs and are dedicated to providing cultural and recreational opportunities in a safe and inviting environment.
BROWSE our program offerings and REGISTER ONLINE, or visit one of our locations to register in person. Note: Summer Programs Go Live May 2.
Please visit the appropriate link to CONTACT US or view the HOLIDAY SCHEDULE or FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS.
Links for features on the Cover, in the Table of Contents, and direct links on listings to WebTrac registration. Take a minute to check these out, simply click on the flyer below and browse the new brochure online.
VIEW our Summer Program Brochure
Registration for Summer Programs Opens May 2nd
· Residents of Chapel Hill or Orange County May 2, 8:30 a.m.
· Non-residents - May 16, 8:30 a.m.
Our indoor spaces provide for a variety of activities and programs for all ages and abilities. Our parks and green ways provide space for families and friends to fellowship, play, walk, bike and relax.
Limited space still available
Ceramic Art Camps • Play-well Teknologies • Sports Camps
Those who have a WebTrac Account may register any time at www.townofchapelhill.org/register. To sign up, visit WebTrac and click “Need an account”. Complete the information and submit. We’ll email your user name and password usually within 24 hours.
- For more info click here
Sign up for our new RECREATE Monthly E-Brief