Check your mailboxes this weekend...Fall Activity Guides are being delivered!
NEW Online Registration for Parks & Recreation!
Beginning for all fall programs, you can register online at www.CityofSanCarlos.org/register. We've been working all summer getting our new site ready for you! Enjoy enhanced features and capabilities, including wishlists for individuals, booking picnic sites online, viewing facility availability, and viewing your account history and transactions!
Click on the guide below to view an online interactive version!
Fall Activity Guide (PDF)
Registration remains open for summer camps and classes. Register online for summer programs at www.RecConnect.net.
Spring/Summer Activity Guide Summer Camp Guide(PDF)
Please Note: The Registration office is now located at the newly renovated Adult Community Center, 601 Chestnut Street, San Carlos. Register for classes, camps and picnics at this location.
Message from the Director: Christine Boland
San Carlos is a city committed to quality living for its residents. This commitment has created the City's extensive park and recreation system that offers a wonderful network of community and neighborhood parks, natural areas, trails and facilities for year-round recreation. As residents, we know that San Carlos is a special place and we've ensured there is something for everyone in the recreation arena. With our perfect weather, enjoy the new bocce courts at Burton Park, hike through Eaton or Big Canyon park, sign up for a fitness class or join a softball team, go on a picnic or listen to live music in the summer. It's easy to forget to take time out each day to enjoy our beautiful city. The San Carlos Parks & Recreation staff is committed to ensuring that every resident has an opportunity to experience outstanding recreation activities and park facilities that enhance our quality of living by helping us stay healthy and fit, build relationships with family and friends and develop a sense of community pride. Enjoy yourself! !
Sincerely, Christine D. Boland, Director