Parks & Recreation Services
The Parks and Recreation Services Department provides parks, recreation programs, and the Napa Public Art program. Parks and Recreation supervises the operation of the Napa Golf Course at Kennedy Park, maintains our City parks and other public spaces, processes your registrations for recreational activities and reservations for meetings and picnic faculties in our parks, among other tasks. We offer a wide array of recreation classes, programs and activities for kids, teens and adults to enjoy. Browse through our online Activity Guide, or pick one up at our Parks and Recreation Administrative Office, Senior Center Activity Center and Las Flores Community Center.
Register for Recreation Programs
Choose from any of the following options to register for a class, program, camp, or activity:
The Napa Parks and recreation Services Department utilizes Active Network for online class and activity registration. If you have any questions on how to access your account online, please contact us at 707-257-9529.
Register at our Parks and Recreation Administrative Office - check or cash accepted. Our office hours are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Download the Registration Form and mail it to:
Parks and Recreation Administration
1850 Soscol Avenue
Napa, CA 94559
We cannot accept cash or credit cards via mail or drop box, so please come to the main office during office hours to pay for registration. Checks accompanying a registration form can be mailed to the address above: Please make checks payable to City of Napa. Your registration will be processed on the next business day.
Access the most visited pages and most used information from the Parks and Recreation Department.
Check out information about the events and festivals that occur annually in Napa.
View a listing and details of the parks and facilities available for residents and visitors of Napa to enjoy.
Stay connected and understand details about recreational activities taking place in the Community.
The City of Napa supports the placement of public art in the community through a variety of different programs created to contribute to a more livable and visually stimulating environment.