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Bend Parks & Recreation

Bend Park & Recreation have created and maintained beautiful park spaces in the Bend community suitable for gatherings for sports, educational programs, meetings, weddings and special events.  Sports programs are offered  year-round and for a variety of ages through Bend Park & Recreation.  Swim at Juniper Swim & Fitness Center with state of the art […]

Bend Park & Recreation have created and maintained beautiful park spaces in the Bend community suitable for gatherings for sports, educational programs, meetings, weddings and special events.  Sports programs are offered  year-round and for a variety of ages through Bend Park & Recreation.  Swim at Juniper Swim & Fitness Center with state of the art equipment, four pools and classes to get you moving.

The Pavilion is a multi-use facility and home to Bend’s first Ice Skating Rink in winter, complete with rentals and lessons offers curling, ice hockey for enthusiasts.   In the summer you can find the summer PAC camps take over The Pavilion – Bend’s newest and most exciting recreation center! Each day is different as you get to choose what you want to do!  There are always awesome choices whether you want to “play hard or chill out.” We’re talking sports – volleyball, basketball, ping pong pickle ball, floating the river, cool art projects, outdoor adventures, your favorite games and just hanging out with friends, both old and new. PAC participants will even get to create activities and special events!

Park Facilities are available for rent whether you have a group activity, family reunion, meeting, or wedding special event.  Contact Bend Park & Recreation for all opportunities.

Are you a whitewater kayaker, surfer or paddleboarder?  The Whitewater Channel of the Bend Whitewater Park is your destination! This center channel of the park has four wave features for emerging to expert whitewater enthusiasts. The features are created by twenty-six, underwater pneumatic bladders, natural and man-made riverbed conditions and dynamic river flows. Check out Bend Park & Recreation District website for more information.

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