Vision for Recreation
In a healthy community, residents choose to participate in a range of recreational activities. These activities are typically offered by multiple public and private organizations. By participating in recreation activities, residents are physically and mentally healthier, and they are better connected to their neighbors and to the community.
Recreation Programs and Events
Click here to download the 2015-16 Fall and Winter Recreation Activity Brochure.
How to Register
Registration for all recreation programs is on a first received, first registered basis.
Click here to register for Women's Volleyball.
In person registration may be completed at the City of Wenatchee Public Services Center. It is located at 1350 McKittrick Street. Payment may be made by check or cash. Save time registering by downloading a registration form from the “Commonly Used Forms” section of this page, complete it at home and bring with when you come in to register.
Download a program registration form from the “Commonly Used Forms” section of this page. Mail the completed form and a check for the applicable program fee to: Wenatchee Parks and Recreation, PO Box 519, Wenatchee, Washington 98801. Checks should be made payable to the City of Wenatchee unless otherwise indicated.
Skyhawks Sports Camps
Registering for Skyhawks may be completed directly through the Skyhawks Sports Academy website at: www.skyhawks.com or by completing a Skyhawks registration form and mailing it directly to Skyhawks at: Skyhawks, 6311 East Mt. Spokane Park Drive, Mead, Washington 99021.
Registration for swimming lessons is completed at the City Pool during the season. Payment may be made by check or cash.
Click here to download a Refund Request Form. The form contains the refund policies. If you are eligible to receive a refund, complete the form and return it to the Parks and Recreation Department.
The City of Wenatchee strives to provide access to all of its programs, meetings and events when possible. To request an accommodation, alternative format of communication, and/or modification of policies and procedures in order to access and benefit from City of Wenatchee Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Department programs, meetings and activities, please submit a Reasonable Request for Accommodation Form as soon as possible but no later than ten business days before the scheduled program, meeting or event.
Gender Equity Policy
The City of Wenatchee complies with the State of Washington’s “Fair Play in Community Sports Act” (Chapter 467, 2009 Laws, effective date July 26, 2009) that prohibits discrimination against any person in a community athletics program on the basis of gender. Any questions or comments please contact the Wenatchee Parks and Recreation Department.