Denton Parks and Rec offers health, fitness, and recreation programs for adults age 50 and over.
To register for programs and activities, visit dentonparkscatalog.com.
Hours and Locations:
The Denton Senior Center (509 N. Bell Ave.) is open Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
The American Legion Hall Senior Center (629 Lakey St.) is open Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
SilverSneakers, Silver&Fit, and Renew Active by United Healthcare (UHC) are fitness programs designed specifically for active older adults delivered through a nationwide network of participating insurance plans. To check eligibility, visit the SilverSneakers website, the Silver&Fit website, and the UHC Renew Active website.
- Unlimited attendance of all group exercise membership classes
- Unlimited use of the cardio equipment and weight rooms at all recreation centers
- REC PASS activities at all recreation centers
- NAT Membership and water aerobics classes at the NAT
Denton Parks and Rec accepts all fitness programs offered through SilverSneakers and Silver&Fit through parent companies Tivity Health and American Specialty Health Inc. This includes but is not limited to:
- Well on Target
- WholeHealth Living
Special Programs for Aging Needs (SPAN) Meals
- Weekdays at noon at Denton Senior Center
Coordinated by SPAN. Lunches may be reserved up to one week in advance but no later than noon the day before. The suggested donation is $2 for those 60 and older, individuals younger than 60 may eat for $5.
Participate in group ex! Our Group Exercise membership includes access to all five rec centers and fitness classes at all centers.
Visit the Health and Fitness page to learn more.
There are senior-focused classes, however, all classes can be modified for any fitness level.
Volunteering at the Senior Centers
Volunteers are the driving force of many of the programs and activities. Current participants and community members alike are invited to volunteer at our senior center locations. There are a variety of ways to serve.