Dunedin celebrates July as National Parks and Recreation Month
Dunedin Celebrates National Parks and Recreation Month with July Specials!
July is National Park and Recreation Month! Discover new opportunities and recharge your body, mind and soul with Dunedin Parks and Recreation as they celebrate National Parks and Recreation Month. Improve your health without going to a doctor, spend time with friends or meet new ones, let your children learn and grow without necessarily going to summer school! All these things and more can be done right here with the Dunedin Parks and Recreation Department. Take advantage of the promotional discounts and free items being offered at each of our Recreation Centers throughout the month of July:
- Dunedin Community Center – 1920 Pinehurst Road, 812-4530
- Pickleball punch card: 15 uses for the price of 10. $20/Rec Card; $30/No Card.
- Hand Towel Giveaway to the first 50 fitness/GEX members
- Tuesday, July 11, beginning at 6:00 am
- Thursday, July 20, beginning at 5:00 pm
- Wednesday, July 26 beginning at 10:00 am
- Monday, July 31 beginning at 3:00 pm
- Hale Senior Activity Center - 330 Douglas Avenue, 298-3299
- Free use of the Exercise Room & Equipment: July 17-31
(2) treadmills, (2) recumbent bikes, a max trainer M5, and a universal weight machine
- Highlander Pool – 1937 Ed Eckert Drive, 298-3266
- Free Admission to Water Wellness: Monday & Wednesday, July 17 & 19, 9-10:00 am
- Free Water Safety Bag (while supplies last): Saturday, July 22 & 29
- Martin Luther King, Jr. Recreation Center – 550 Laura Lane, 738-2920
- Buy One Get One Half Off of Stirling Skate Park Membership: July 1-31
- Free Admission to Stirling Skate Park*: Wednesday, July 19
- Free Drop-in Admission to MLK, Jr. Recreation Center: Wednesday, July 26
*must have waiver and safety equipment
As part of a nation-wide celebration, Dunedin is celebrating Parks and Recreation Month and all the ways parks and recreation has the power to transform our daily lives. From providing us places to play, get fit and stay healthy to fostering new relationships and forging a connection with nature, our close-to-home community parks and recreation facilities provide essential services and improves your quality of life.
Print flyer to post on your fridge or to carry around with you.