Summer Activities at San Fernando's City Parks

The San Fernando Regional Pool located, in the heart of the City of San Fernando, is a fun and exciting aquatic center for the whole family to enjoy for free this summer.  Yes, you’ve heard it right. There is no fee to enjoy a recreational swim in the Olympic-sized pool that boasts starting block,  three diving boards; a small recreation pool with water slide; and spray features and splash pad.

The pool is located at the San Fernando Recreational Park, 208 Park Ave., in San Fernando. For more information, call (818) 256-2033.

In addition to spending time at the aquatic center, there are many fun summer classes nd activities at  San Fernando parks. 

The San Fernando Recreational Park offers karate classes, adult volleyball, tennis and youth cheer. There are Healthy Cooking classes at Las Palmas Park and free fitness classes that include yoga, senior fitness, the Zumba exercise/dance, adult outdoor fitness groups and cycling classes offered on stationary bikes.

Seniors can join a Senior Club that meets regularly at Las Palmas Park where there are several group recreational and health classes and activities.

There is a program offered to help manage diabetes, and several classes that help to sustain good health.  Seniors can stretch to music, attend a lifting and energy class, join an arts-and-crafts club, and meet others in the recreation lounge to enjoy a game of cards or board games.

There is fun for all ages with singing and instrument classes offered at Las Palmas Park, and various dance classes that include traditional Mexican Folklorico, country line dancing and Aztec dancing. Many of these classes are also offered year round. 

Also in the City of San Fernando, you can visit Rudy Ortega Sr. Park, which contains a unique educational and cultural venue that reflect San Fernando’s rich history.

The  park has a simulated Tataviam tribe village, a Japanese tea house, a Mission style plaza, a small amphitheater, and the restoration of a historic water tower. All of these features are linked by an easy walking trail that travels through open spaces that are  landscaped with drought tolerant native plants and trees.

For more information on classes and  summer activities, contact the the City of San Fernando Recreation and Community Services Department at (818) 898-1290.

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