Due to COVID-19, all recreation facilities are closed until further notice. COVID-19 Updates, Closures & Cancellations
|Hours of Operation||Facility Features|
|Monday:||6 am - 9 pm||Classrooms / Multi-Purpose|
|Tuesday:||6 am - 9 pm||Dance & Exercise Studios|
|Wednesday:||6 am - 9 pm||Fitness Center|
|Thursday:||6 am - 9 pm||Gymnasium|
|Friday:||6 am - 6 pm||Kid's Area / Game Lounge|
|Saturday:||7 am - 4 pm||Library Branch|
|Sunday:||9 am - 3 pm||Playground|
|Holiday Building Closures||Rentals|
|Stage (outdoor & indoor)|
The Center provides a wide variety of recreational programs and activities for all ages, including preschoolers, kids, teens and adults. Local civic, fraternal and service organizations hold many citywide functions at the Center, like the Junior Service League's "Art Harvest" and the Scottish Highland Games. Municipal functions such as voting, public hearings, education sessions and forums are also held here.
The facility also includes a "Boundless Playground" for children. Governor Bush pledged support of the "boundless" playground concept with a goal of 50 Florida cities to provide these unique playgrounds which serve children of all abilities. Through a "Be A Player" partnership with the Dunedin Kiwanis Club, and the Dunedin Boat Club, the City of Dunedin is proud to include this playground on the grounds of the new Center.
The Rotary Pavilion located at the Community Center/Highlander Park was built with funds donated by Dunedin North Rotary Club. It sits over over the pond with a water fountation and may can be rented for an outdoor function or event.
It's a Green Building
The Community Center was planned, designed and constructed in conformance with the U.S. Green Building Council's (USGBC) LEED Rating System. LEED is an acronym for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design. With LEED standards, the USGBC seeks to enhance the way buildings are designed, built and maintained, with emphasis on environmental and social responsibility. View LEED info about the Community Center.