All City of Olympia sponsored, in-person recreation programs are cancelled through at least June 21. Olympia Center Customer Service can currently be reached by phone & email only, M-Th, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm at 360.753.8380 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Online registration (for virtual programming and summer camps only) remains open. In-person recreation registration is “on hold” until further notice, though you may still access your online account.
We are offering a limited amount of virtual (online) programming. Some programs will require advance registration, while others will be free and open to the public. View options...
Learn and Play with Us
With hundreds of classes, programs, and activities each season, there's something for everyone to experience with Olympia Parks, Arts & Recreation! Whether you're looking to hone a skill, try something new, discover hidden talents, or meet health & wellness goals, we have options for every age and ability.
Our fun and affordable classes and programs take place primarily at The Olympia Center, which is downtown near Percival Landing.
Your Satisfaction is Guaranteed!
If you are not satisfied with your class or program after your first visit, we will refund the full amount if you call before it meets a second time. We hope to get you hooked!
Thanks for another great season at Oly on Ice! Look for the rink to return in late fall 2020 to Isthmus Park (529 4th Ave W) in Downtown Olympia.
We coordinate several organized sports leagues and programs for both Youth and Adults.
Olympia Parks, Arts & Recreation works with Thurston County Specialized Recreation to provide programs to meet recreational needs of citizens with different abilities in the Olympia/Thurston County area. For more information, visit their website or call 360.867.2588.
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.