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- Programs, Classes, & Activities
Programs, Classes, & Activities
We are proud to offer a wide range of activities, events, and amenities for the whole family.
A program that provides an opportunity to cultivate community involvement through volunteerism! The City of Cedar Park encourages families, neighborhoods, community groups and business organizations to get involved to help our environment and preserve our parks, gardens, trails, and lakes. These areas contribute to the quality of life enjoyed by residents and provide a foundation to foster the ongoing economic and commercial development of the community.
Find information about Athletics including Softball, Kickball, Wiffle ball, and Pickleball.
View information on Cedar Park's community gardens.
Monarch Butterfly Preservation
Cedar Park is part of the Monarch butterfly's migration pattern, as they make their way from Mexico to Canada each year. However, the butterfly population has significantly decreased worldwide over the past two decades due in part to a loss of milkweed - the only host plant of the Monarch's caterpillars.
Recreation Center Activities & Classes
Find information related to the Recreation Center including hours, Amenities, Activities Registration, and much more.
The City of Cedar Park - Parks & Recreation Department established a scholarship fund for Cedar Park area youth in need of recreational, life enhancement programs. The Youth Scholarship Program is designed to provide financial assistance to youth that may not otherwise be able to participate in youth activities.
Find information about Tennis Courts.
Cedar Park Wiffle Ball is the largest and longest known city-run Wiffle Ball league in America and includes tournaments, leagues, and two State Championship formats.