Durham Parks and Recreation
provides opportunities for the Durham
community to “Play More.” We strive to
help residents discover, explore and
enjoy life through creative and
challenging recreational choices that
contribute to their physical, emotional
and social health.
June-August 2013: Printable Version Online Version
January-May 2013: Online Version
Guided by the City’s Strategic Plan, Durham Parks and Recreation focuses on two of the city’s strategic goals: Thriving and livable neighborhoods and a well-managed city.
News and Information
Memorial Day Schedule
DPR will close its administrative office and recreation centers on Monday, May 27. All recreation centers will operate under their normal schedule on Saturday, May 25 and Sunday, May 26 except Weaver Street Recreation Center which will be closed on Saturday, May 25-Monday, May 27. City lakes will be open regular hours Friday through Monday. The administrative office will reopen under its normal schedule on Tuesday, May 28.
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A draft of the City of Durham Master Plan is now complete! Tell us what you think? Send us an email or call (919) 560-4355.
Rain Out Weather Line
For information about cancellations due to weather,
call (919) 560-4636.