Bend Park and Recreation District has modified operations due to COVID-19.
Parks and trails remain open with temporary use & social distancing rules. Playgrounds, sport courts & skateparks closed. All facilities closed: including Juniper Swim & Fitness Center, Bend Senior Center, The Pavilion, Art Station, District Office and Park Services.
Spring & summer recreation programs adjusted.
Come celebrate our country’s independence on July 4th with Bend Park & Recreation! Start out your day’s festivities with the Pet Parade through downtown Bend then follow up with the Old Fashioned July 4th Festival in Drake Park from 11:00 am – 4:00 pm.
Bring your pet or stuffed animal to the Pet Parade in downtown Bend on Wednesday, July 4th, 2018. Line-up at 9:00 am for the
parade at 10:00 am. Afterwards, enjoy the music, games, arts and crafts booths and food at the Old Fashioned Festival in Drake Park from 11:00 am - 4:00 pm.
During the summer, the PAC takes over The Pavilion – Bend’s newest and most exciting recreation center!
Each day is different as you get to choose what you want to do! There are always awesome choices whether you want to ”play hard or chill out.”
We’re talking climbing the rock wall, skateboarding and scootering, playing water games, floating the river, stand up paddle boarding, outdoor adventuring, getting into crazy, unique activities, creating art and playing your favorite games. It’s any way you want to spend your day, even just hanging with friends.
So that everyone has an awesome time at The Pavilion, PAC staff are big kids at heart who also know the importance that positive choices and safety play into having a good time.
The PAC provides youth the opportunity to choose which adventure fits them best on any given day. By giving multiple choices from art to outdoor adventures, we hope to develop a sense of wonder, curiosity and exploration
2020 Dates: Monday – Friday: June 15 – Sept. 4, 2020. No program on Friday, July 3. Times: 7:00 am – 6:00 pm Registration: PAC Summer 2020 registration opens on April 20, 2020 at 5:30 am.
Ages: 8 – 10: At The PAC, you decide how to spend your day! Choose between your favorite activities like group games and cool art projects, as well as opportunities to try new things and plan off-site adventures. We’ll also have designated areas and lockers just for you including time on the skatepark features and rock wall! Rock on!
Ages: 10 – 13: Banish boring – Don’t just hang out at home, join the PAC! Come spend your day with friends and fill your days with your favorite activities! You’ll also get a chance to plan your own off-site special adventures. Bonus! Those over the age of 12 are able to check themselves in and out of The PAC (with parent pre-approval) and go off-site as needed.
Participants must be 8 years old by June 15, 2020 and no older than 13 years old on Sept. 4, 2020.
A variety of passes are available from full-summer to single visit. A pass allows you to come into The PAC at any time during the day from 7:00 am to 6:00 pm. Siblings can share a multi-visit pass but not a season pass. All visits on passes must be used between June 15 and Sept. 4, 2020. Refunds and credits will not be available for unused visits.
2020 Pass Pricing
PASS – Good for all 59 days!
$1622.50 Save up to $619!
$1947.00 Save up to $743!
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NOTE: Special events offered at The PAC may feature an additional fee.
Morning Field Trips: Morning field trips are on a first-come basis and space is limited. Our morning trips will include activities such as the library, games at a park, Cougar Camp Challenges, and some very special events. A schedule will be available each Monday morning.
Afternoon Field Trips: Afternoon field trips are on a first-come basis and space is limited. Sign-ups are at The Pavilion or by calling (541) 389-7588. These trips are set up in advance and are listed below. Please remember that all activities at The PAC are self-selected, participants choose what they would like to do. Staff will not force participation in any activity.
All Day Get-A-Ways:
We will have All Day-Get-A-Ways throughout the summer for each age group, ages 8 – 10, and ages 10 – 13. These will be field trips that require more time and transportation than the regular afternoon field trips. These are considered additional fee trips ranging from $5 – $10. Communication with families will go out two weeks prior to the event and registration will be required. Space will be limited. Transportation for these trips will be done by trained staff in Bend-La Pine School District bus.
Skate Features: Open skatepark with ramps and more. Skateboards and scooters welcome.
Rock Climbing Wall: The mobile rock wall is 26’ high, features multiple route options and is ready for you to learn or polish your skills. Auto-belay system will make your climbing experience fun and safe, even for first-time climbers.
Sports: Basketball • Volleyball • Badminton
• Pickleball • Dodgeball • Sprout ball •
Tag games • Floor hockey • Futsal