Another spring and summer full of fun for all ages is on the way in Owatonna. Registration for Parks & Rec activities, camps, programs, and more is coming soon.

From Dino Camp, to youth basketball; pickleball, tennis, Red Cross lifesaving classes, swimming lessons, adult volleyball, game, and more -- that's jus the tip of the iceberg. (if it were cold enough to have icebergs this winter). You can see the full Owatonna Parks & Recreation activates catalog HERE.

Spring & Summer Registration Starts February 20th

Once you decide on the activities you and your family want to take part in, you'll need to register -- and the process opens on Tuesday, February 20th.

You can register for the Owatonna Parks & Recreation programs by phone at 507-444-4321, online here, or in person at the Owatonna Parks & Recreation Offices at 500 Dunnell Drive.

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In Person Registration Dates & Times

  • TUE 2/20: 7:00 am to 6:00 pm
  • WED 2/21: 7:00 am to 6:00 pm
  • THU 2/22: 7:00 am - 4:30 pm
  • FRI 2/23: 7:00 am - 4:30 pm

Many of the Owatonna Parks & Recreation spring and summer programs do require a fee and it varies by activity and program. Want to give the gift of fun? Owatonna Parks & Rec gift cards can be purchased here, and can be applied towards any spring or summer program.

Owatonna Youth Scholarship Assistance Fund

You can help enable kids in Owatonna to fully participate to in the programs of the Owatonna Parks & Recreation Department by making a donation to help ensure a lack of money is not a barrier to participation.

Your donation provides scholarship money which is available to Owatonna kids 18 and younger, and adults who are eligible for Adult Special Recreation programs. Recipients must live within School District #761.

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