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• Fall - Basketball and Soccer (Season begins in early October)• Winter – Basketball (Season begins in mid January)• Spring – Baseball and Soccer (Seasons beginning in mid March)
All sports will have the standard charge of $175 per team for each sport.
eSports are multiplayer video games played competitively, both professionally and recreationally.
Download the Mission Control app. Make a profile and then join the “Dallas Park and Rec.” lobby! From there, you can join the leagues you want to play.
Currently we do not have eSports fees. It is free to join and play!
Yes! We give away plaques with the winners name and league title for first place winners.
Yes! We keep the leagues seperated by teens and adults to try and level the playing field.
Due to current COVID restrictions, all of our tournaments are played online. You can participate from the comfort of your home.
Yes, City Code Section 32-10 states that a person cannot offer for sale goods or services at a city park or another area under the control of the park and recreation board unless they have a permit. The permit required to sell food or drinks at a city park is the temporary food and drink concession permit. This is not to be confused with any other food permit that the city issues. A vendor must have a temporary food and drink concession permit in order to sell food at a city park. To obtain a temporary food and drink concession permit, contact the Park and Recreation Reservations Office at 214-670-8740.
Dallas Park Rangers support the department’s mission by providing efficient and effective services to park visitors. As Park Rangers, they embody public safety and security while fostering environmental stewardship. Park Rangers monitor parks, trails, and recreation facilities across the city and educate park goers on park regulations, ordinances and safety measures to ensure a memorable experience.
The Dallas Park Ranger Service Line number is 214-671-7000. Another way to contact a Dallas Park Ranger is by email at email@example.com. The Park Ranger Division will contact you as soon as possible. For emergencies please call 911.
To report an issue at the park, please contact 311, or in case of emergency, please contact 911.
Please call the Main Reservation Number at 214-670-8740 or visit the City of Dallas Park & Recreation Department website dallasparks.org for more information.
Yes, Park Rangers patrol trails to help keep them safe and enjoyable along with parks.
What is the best way to provide feedback and stay informed about potential White Rock Lake dredging? If you were able to attend the community meeting on January 28, please make sure to turn in your comment card before you leave. In addition, please use the QR code to join the live survey during the meeting. Additional opportunities to provide feedback are through our web-based survey or by contacting City staff. The web-based survey is a Google Form available at tinyurl.com/white-rockdredging.
Google Form will be active until February 11, 2020.
Comments can also be provided to our designated City of Dallas project contact: David Phan, P.E., CFM Dallas Water Utilities, Floodplain Management Office: 214-948-4682 E-Mail: David.Phan@dallascityhall.com.
If you are interested in staying informed, please provide your contact information at this meeting, via the web form, or reach out to the contact provided above.
Frequently Asked Questions - White Rock Dredge Feasiblity Study
White Rock Dredge Feasibility Study presentation
Pickleball is a fun sport that combines elements of tennis, badminton and ping-pong. It can be played both indoors or outdoors on a badminton-sized court and uses a slightly modified tennis net. Pickleball uses a specific paddle and a plastic ball with holes. The sport can be played in singles or doubles and enjoyed by all skill levels.
Yes. Anyone that participates in a City of Dallas recreation program must purchase a recreation card.
Current pass holders may renew their recreation cards online. New customers must purchase their FIRST Recreation Card at a recreation center. Visit our online registration page to renew your recreation card.
See our refund procedures for full details on obtaining a refund.
No, permits are not issued for vendors selling these types of items. All Temporary Food and Drink Permits are issued for trailer type concessions. You may contact the City of Dallas Code Compliance for their requirements.
Yes, City Code Section 32-10 states that a person cannot offer for sale goods or services at a city park or another area under the control of the park and recreation board unless they have a permit. Such sales would include conducting a training program or boot camp. The permit for training programs (including boot camps) is an Outdoor Program Permit. A permit can be obtained through the Park and Recreation Department Leisure Venue Destination Management. They can be reached at 214-670-8568.
Yes, City Code Section 32-10 states that a person cannot offer for sale goods or services at a city park or another area under the control of the park and recreation board unless they have a permit. The permit required to sell food or drinks at a city park is the temporary food and drink concession permit. This is not to be confused with any other food permit that the city issues. A vendor must have a temporary food and drink concession permit in order to sell food at a city park. To obtain a temporary food and drink concession permit, contact the Park and Recreation Reservations Office 214-670-8740
Yes. All participants in the Send a Kid to Camp program must reside in the City of Dallas. A Dallas ISD report card or proof or residency is required at registration.
Lunch and an afternoon snack are provided at all Send A Kid to Camp sites.
Funds can be donated by clicking on our quick link and donating funds through the Communities Foundation of Texas. A donation of $30 will provide one child the opportunity to experience a summer camp full of enrichment activities and field trips.
Our Recreation Center summer camps are for children ages 5 to 12 years of age. Children must be 5 years of age as of 9/1 of the current school year. Children will be broken into groups based on ages. Some Recreation Center locations offer teen camps for youth ages 13 to 17. Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) camps are for children ages 6 to 12 years of age and Send A Kid To Camp sites accept children ages 6 to 15.
Recreation Center camp hours are Monday - Friday from 7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Community Development Block Grant camp hours are Monday - Friday from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Send A Kid To Camp hours are Monday - Thursday 9:30am - 3:30pm. Please know, all camps are closed July 4th.
Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and Send A Kid To Camp (SAKTC) sites are not available for online registration.
Winfrey Point and Big Thicket have minimal tables and chairs available for your reservation. Please contact 214-670-8740 for correct number of tables and chairs that may be available for your reservation. No linens are provided.
City of Dallas residents, age 13-17, can visit any Dallas Recreation Center and register for the Teen All Access Pass beginning July 3, 2023. Acceptable forms of identification: parent/guardian identification, school identification or driver’s license. Teen must be present to register and receive the Teen All Access Pass.
Teen All Access Passes are valid beginning July 3, 2023. Some attractions provide access through the end of August, one offer includes access through December 2023. Expiration dates are clearly stated on the back of each card and on our website
Once you have obtained a Teen All Access Pass each pass clearly states the partners offer and any restrictions or exclusions. Some partners have restrictions for use such as admission only valid on a weekday, or require pre-registration/ticket reservation before your visit. Please read the fine print on the back of the pass for each venue prior to arriving for your outing.
Each qualified teen can be issued ONE pass. It is not limited per household. To qualify, the youth must be between the ages of 13-17 and reside within the City of Dallas.
Dallas Park and Recreation Department offers and hosts a variety of sports for youth of all ages. Most sports programs begin at the age of 4 and are offered through the age of 14.
The cost for a child to participate in the Youth Sports program begins at $40 per individual. Price includes a uniform top with a number for each child. No equipment is included in the cost per individual.
A player’s age is determined as of September 1st of the current school year. Each sport is divided into age divisions based on every two years. Divisions are ages 5-6, 7-8, 9-10, 11-12, and 13-14.