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No, the only flotation devices permitted are U.S. Coast Guard approved life jackets and puddle jumpers.
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We provide three different ways to register for your convenience:
Child care related programs may require in-person registration.
We accept cash, check, Visa, MasterCard, and Discover.
Rec passes are not required for fee-based activities, programs, or events. Some rec center activities are offered free with a rec pass.
You are considered a resident if you pay City of Denton property taxes and are eligible to pay the discounted resident rate. Nonresident fees may apply.
We asked that participants register at least one week prior to a start date unless specifically note in an activity or program description. Staff reserve the ability to cancel any activity, class, program, and/or event that don’t meet minimum registration.
Yes, we offer an individual All Access Annual Pass at a discounted resident rate of $150 per person. The nonresident rate is $155. We also offer an additional discounted rate for the purchase of four or more at $120 per resident and $125 for nonresidents. Four or more passes must be purchased in the same transaction.
Water Works Park opens on May 28, 2022. It is open daily through Aug. 9, noon - 6 p.m., and then weekends only, Aug. 13-Sept. 5. To learn more about admission to the park, visit dentonwaterworks.com.
Yes, the NAT is a public pool that operates under a joint-use facility agreement with Denton Independent School District (DISD), therefore making the NAT accessible to DISD for swim meets, practices, and water polo matches.
Yes, Denton Parks and Recreation maintains the sprayground at Carl Gene Young Sr. Park.