About Rockville Recreation & Parks in Rockville, ME
We also strive to create a safe and welcoming environment for everyone to enjoy.
The Department of Recreation and Parks takes great care in maintaining our 65 parks, three community centers, and multiple facilities. From Glenview Mansion to the F. Scott Fitzgerald Theatre and Social Hall, we pride ourselves in creating a safe and welcoming atmosphere for all.
We understand the importance of fostering relationships and providing opportunities for people of all ages and backgrounds to come together. That’s why we offer hundreds of recreational programs and activities each year to promote a healthy and active lifestyle. So come out and join us!
Programs at Rockville Recreation & Parks in Rockville, ME
Art, Dance and Music
Stimulate your creative side with a painting class, get moving with our dance classes or hit some high notes with our music classes. From ballet to Beethoven, we have classes for any age and skill-level.
Clubhouse After School
Children spend time learning, creating and exploring during this drop-in, after school program. Homework time, snacks, crafts and games are scheduled daily. Clubhouse is not held on MCPS non-school days but is open on half days. All children must be picked up by 6:30 p.m. Extra charges apply for late pick-ups. MCPS Bus transportation is provided from Maryvale, College Gardens, and Beall elementary schools to Lincoln Park Community Center (afternoon drop-off only). All other local schools students are transported by MCPS request.
After School Adventure
This program provides children with a safe and fun environment. Computer lab, crafts, organized games and other enrichment activities are offered. Transportation is provided from Meadow Hall Elementary School and Twinbrook Elementary School. Program operates when school is in session for full day; does not meet on early release days.
Any other questions?
Reviews of Rockville Recreation & Parks in Rockville, ME