Winter-Spring Registration

Registration for Winter-Spring camps, classes and activities is OPEN NOW! 

You can register at ExperienceIt! Online, via phone at 360.753.8380, or in person at The Olympia Center (222 Columbia St NW, Olympia. WA  98501) Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-7:30 p.m. and Saturday 9 am-4 p.m.

Come Play With Us!

Current Activity Guide CoverWe offer over 100 classes, programs and activities to help expand your horizons, hone a skill, discover hidden talents and meet all of your personal wellness goals.

Whether you are looking for adventure, athletic challenge, culture or just plain fun, we've got something for everyone.

Recreation Guide

Easily find and register for classes and activities:   

Your Satisfaction is Guaranteed!

If you are not satisfied with your class after your first visit, we will refund the full amount if you call before the class meets a second time. We hope to get you hooked!

Sports Information

We coordinate several organized sports programs for both Youth and Adults.

Find available leagues, check official rules, browse scores and statistics, and check current schedules and standings on our Sports Information page.

Don't forget to follow Oly Ball Field Updates and the OlyPARD on Twitter!

Specialized Recreation

The Olympia Parks, Arts & Recreation Department is proud to work with Thurston County Specialized Recreation to provide programs to meet recreational needs of citizens with different abilities in the Olympia/Thurston County area. Programs include Adult Day Trips, Dances, Movie & Pizza, and Swim Club. For more information, call Thurston County Specialized Recreation at 360.867.2588 or visit Thurston County Recreation for Special Populations.

The City of Olympia does not discriminate against individuals with disabilities in City services, programs, or activities. The City  provides reasonable accommodations to the public with disabilities. We invite you to contact the Parks, Arts and Recreation Department two (2) weeks in advance of the date a program begins or forty-eight (48) hours before Parks, Arts and Recreation meetings to discuss any special accommodations which may be necessary.