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You can register online, in person or by calling any recreation center. For online registration, follow the steps below to set up your account:
Step 1: Go to the online site by clicking ‘Register Here’ at planoparks.org.
Step 2: Click on 'Create Account'.
Step 3: Complete your information (you must have an email address to create an account).
Registration for most programs remains open until the start date of the course. Course fees are determined by residency, however, everyone is welcome! For complete details and dates for any registration session, check Recreation OnLine (link below) or the current Recreation Catalog.
Plano Parks and Recreation Memberships
Carpenter Park Recreation Center (indoor pool)
6701 Coit Rd 972-208-8087
Jack Carter Outdoor Pool
2601 Pleasant Valley Dr 208-8081
Liberty Recreation Center (outdoor pool)
2601 Glencliff Dr 972-769-4234
Oak Point Recreation Center (indoor and outdoor pool)
6000 Jupiter Rd 972-941-7540
Plano Aquatic Center (indoor pool and outdoor splash pad)
2301 Westside Dr 972-769-4232
Plano Senior Recreation Center
401 W 16th St 972-941-7155
Harry Rowlinson Community Natatorium
1712 Avenue P 972-941-7670
Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center (indoor and outdoor pool)
5801 W Parker Rd 972-769-4404
Reservations are available for the following pavilions:
Arbor Hills Nature Preserve
Bob Woodruff Park (North)- near the lake
Bob Woodruff Park (South)
Park Russell Creek Park- near lake
Oak Point Park and Nature Preserve
Visit the Pavilions page link below for more information and to check availability.
The Plano Parks and Recreation Department provides league play in many adult sports. Please see the link below for more information.
The department prepares, maintains and allocates competitive game fields for use by youth sports organizations and coordinates their schedules to insure they are used to maximum efficiency. Please contact any of the youth sports organizations about league play. Please check the Youth Sports page of this website for more information.
Practice FieldsA variety of backstops and open fields in neighborhood parks and elementary schools are available on a first come, first served basis. To find these sites, please go to Park Facilities on Leisure on Line and choose practice fields under the Facility Feature tab or click on the link below for the Athletics page.
Various athletic fields are available to rent for Plano residents. For more information on ball field rental, please contact athletic field operations at 972-941-7250.
The Plano Parks and Recreation Department provides league play in many adult sports. Please see the Athletics link below for more information.
Practice FieldsA variety of backstops and open fields in neighborhood parks and elementary schools are available on a first come, first served basis. To find these sites, please go to Park Facilities on Leisure on Line and choose practice fields under the Facility Feature tab or visit the Athletics page link below.
The Adopt A Tree program is located around the pond at Russell Creek Park, off of McDermott Rd between Coit Rd and Custer Rd. For a map of the site, click here.
Click on the link below for more information.
Adopt a Tree Program
To reserve the pool at Liberty Recreation Center, call 972-769-4234, anytime during their normal business hours (Pool open for summer season only).
To reserve the pool or a party area at Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center, call 972-769-4404, anytime during their normal business hours.
To make a reservation at Oak Point Recreation Center, Jack Carter Pool (currently closed for renovations), Plano Aquatic Center or Rowlinson Natatorium, call the administrative office at 972-941-7250, Monday-Friday from 8am-4pm or Oak Point Recreation Center at 972-941-7540, Monday-Friday from 8am-5pm.
Flotation devices are limited to US Coast Guard approved life jackets which are provided for you if needed (limited quantities available). Private lessons/coaching are not allowed at City of Plano facilities.
For pool information and hours, click on the link below.
Recreation Centers and Pools
Learn more about Plano's trail system here.
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