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Recreation Special Events

Lakewood Recreation offers exciting events during the year for youth, adults and older adults alike. Come join us and have fun while getting your exercise and meeting new people!

Summer Fun Pass


Lock in a discounted rate on an unlimited summer pass to all Lakewood recreation centers (Carmody, Charles Whitlock, Green Mountain and Lakewood Link) and outdoor pools and spray parks (Carmody, Glennon Heights, Morse Park and Surfside - open May 26).

Passes are now on sale! Purchase at the front desk of any recreation center.

Youth/Student/Senior: $79
Adult: $99
Household (of 2): $149 ($20/additional person)
Pass valid date of purchase through September 30

Summer Fun Pass

Family Nights at the Pool


Come play in the evening! The pool will be open late for pool games and the inflatable obstacle course. Daily admission fees apply.

Glennon Heights

5:30-8 p.m., August 10


The pool will close at 5 p.m. on these dates and re-open at 5:30 p.m.

Outdoor Pools

Bark 'N Splash Bash


It's Fido's turn for a swim at this annual favorite event!


10 a.m.-2 p.m., August 11 and 12 at Morse Park Pool
10 a.m.-2 p.m., August 26 at Carmody Outdoor Pool


Cost is $5 preregistration, $10 day of registration. Please call 303.987.7830 to register (there is no online registration). 


Note: People are not allowed in the water with the dogs.

Bark N Splash Bash

Two FREE Breath and Flow Yoga Demos


Thursdays, August 16 and 23
6-7:15 p.m.
Green Mountain Recreation Center, Aerobics Room
13198 W. Green Mountain Dr., Lakewood, CO 80228


Free with general admission. No registration necessary. All equipment provided. 

Yoga Class 1

Two FREE Reformer Stretch Demos


Fridays, August 24 and September 7
7:15-8 a.m.
Carmody Recreation Center, Wellness Room A
2200 S. Kipling St., Lakewood, CO 80227


Free with general admission. No registration necessary. All equipment provided. 

Pilates Reformer Class

See the future of Arts, Parks and Recreation


We asked, you shared! Lakewood’s Community Resources Department completed its arts, parks and recreation master plan in 2017.


Thousands of residents contributed to the plan's development by giving us honest and thoughtful feedback. The six goals and 42 actions included in the master plan, which was adopted by Lakewood's City Council on October 23, 2017, are featured and explained on the Imagine Lakewood! project site.

Imagine Lakewood