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.
See what makes Juniper so special – from on-site childcare to more than 275 weekly fitness classes. Stop by and get your free in-person facility tour today. Learn more.
The Bend Park and Recreation District offers fitness and swim classes, workshops and clinics throughout the year. Learn more about these events and subscribe to the calendars to attend upcoming events.
Fees & Passes: Use your Drop-In or Full-Access Fitness Pass. No registration required. Get unlimited classes with a Full-Access Pass for just $10 more a month than the Basic Pass. Fitness passes through health plans? Ask us how.
The Bend Park and Recreation District offers fitness and swim classes, workshops and clinics throughout the year. Learn more about these events and subscribe to the calendars to attend upcoming events. Some of these programs are separate from fitness passes. Some are free and additional fees may apply for others. Learn more about these events:
Free Family Night
Free Family Nights are held at Juniper Swim & Fitness Center throughout fall, winter and spring. Free to attend, families of all ages and abilities are invited to swim, workout and hang out. Learn more about Free Family Night and how Weekends ROCK! at Juniper!
Free Fitness Clinics Clinics are FREE of charge and require no registration – just come on by.
One Day Workshops Focus on specific skills in a small class environment, for individual attention and skill building. Fees range from $8 to $24; registration required online or at the JSFC front desk.
Free Fitness Week Join our team of fitness experts for free, semi-annual classes and workshops offered at Juniper Swim & Fitness Center and Bend Senior Center. It’s the best way to stay connected, stay engaged and be inspired!
FITNESS 101 CLASSES:
Strength & Conditioning
Fitness Center Orientations
ASK A PT
BABY & ME FITNESS
In Group Exercise, like all social settings, common courtesy calls for sensitivity to others. Please follow these etiquette guidelines when participating in group exercise classes.
Please enter on time or a bit early. The warm up is a Key component of class and we don’t want you to miss out on it!
Please avoid heavy scents and perfumes.
Please shower and launder clothing before class.
Please no chewing gum.
Place cell phones and beepers in the off position.
Please avoid smoking cigarettes or drinking alcohol before class.
Please keep class conversation to a minimum – this demonstration of respect to your instructor and fellow classmates provides an opportunity for all to hear the instructor’s direction and flow through the workout.
Be courteous to your fellow classmates.
Be ready to adjust your space for others.
Be sure that your, um, private parts are appropriately covered.
All Classes are first come first serve. Please check with your physician before beginning any exercise program. If you have any medical considerations (recent surgeries, knee, neck or back problems, etc.), be sure to inform your teacher beforehand. Please note that instructors may use both physical assists as well as verbal cues to help students attain proper form, alignment and position. Please notify the instructor before class begins if you do not want to be touched. You are encouraged to bring and drink water throughout your workout. Thank you for attending and enjoy your workout!
Play your part and help keep pools clean & safe.
Take a quick shower prior to entering a pool. Rinsing removes microscopic dirt, body oils and fluids, reducing the smell of chlorine on your body and around the pool.
Skip the body sprays, colognes and perfumes. Scented items react with chlorine and create smelly chloramine off-gasses, not the intended scent.
Mom was right. Try to go, even if you don’t think you need it. A preventative restroom break is best for kiddos and grownups. For small kids, use pool diapers for those who aren’t reliably toilet-trained. They're at the front desk.
Don't share the germs. Please don't use the pool if you or your child have had a fever or diarrhea in the past two weeks.
Aim for the deep end. No diving, except in the deep ends of the pools.
No monkey business. No running, roughhousing or unsafe behavior.
Outdoor Water Slide: Children 6 years and younger and under 42" must be accompanied and supervised at all times by a responsible person 14 years or older.
Children 6 years and younger and under 42": Must be supervised at all times by a responsible person 14 years or older. Must be accompanied in the water by an adult if they are a non-swimmer.
Youth 7 years and older or above 42: Direct adult supervision is recommended especially for non-swimmers. Non-swimmers must stay where they can stand unless accompanied by a responsible adult or wearing a lifejacket.
Small Children’s Pool: The Small Children's Pool is reserved for children six and under and others who are unsafe in the larger pools. Older sibling/friends are permitted when there is room and only if playing appropriately. Adult supervision is required for all children swimming in the children’s pool. Help us keep this a safe and enjoyable pool for young children!
Deep Water Swim Requirements –Children must be able to comfortably swim one width of the pool (half on front, rolling over and half on back) to swim in the deep end or use the diving boards or rope swing. Lifeguards may require that you demonstrate your swim skills before using the deep end features. Lifejackets and/or catching and assisting children are not allowed.
Hot Tub –Children ages 5 and younger are not allowed in the hot tub. Youth ages 6 – 15 are allowed in the hot tub during family swim times when accompanied by an adult guardian. During recreation swim times, the hot tub is limited to 16 and older.
Steam Room & Dry Sauna –reserved for adults 16 and over.
Flotation Devices & Water Toys
Tubes, play mats, water noodles and balls are normally provided at recreation swim times. These toys may not be used in deep water. They may also be limited to certain pools or areas of the pool due to crowding and lifeguard visibility.
Lifejackets are encouraged for non-swimmers, which we provide for use. People wearing lifejackets may not use the diving boards, rope swing or large slide.
Water wings and assisted flotation devices are permitted but may not be used as a substitute for supervision, lifejackets or swimming ability. Non-swimmers using water wings or partial flotation devices will be required to have an adult with them in the water at all times.
Outside toys must be approved by the staff before taking them into the pools. Small and/or hard objects (dive rings, torpedoes,etc.) toys that absorb water (nerf balls), squirt guns, fins and larger inflatables will not be allowed.
Fitness Center Orientation
Designed to give you the basic skills to use the cardio and strength equipment safely and effectively. We strongly recommend attending an orientation before using the fitness center and in some cases it may be required. Fitness center trainings are offered weekly and are free.
Get Started with Fitness 101
Whether you are new to fitness or making a return, our expansive schedule of classes offer something for everyone! All our fitness classes are ongoing and offered on a first-come, first-served basis. New students, attend one of our 101 classes to get you oriented and off to a great start. Questions? Call our helpful staff for assistance at (541) 389-7665.
Fit4U Fitness Programs
Fit4U! Specially designed for those wanting a lower impact and light intensity workout as well as those ages 50+, these exercise classes offer something for every fitness level - from just starting out to a regular fitness enthusiast! Increase your mobility, strength, cardio endurance, flexibility and core stability. Not only will you improve and maintain your fitness, you’ll make friends and have fun! We offer these classes in Indoor Cycling, Strength & Conditioning, Mind & Body, Water Exercise and Therapeutic Fitness.[/vc_toggle]
Learn more about private classes and personal trainers.
Individual & Group Training
Perfect for your fitness goals! Want help with your fitness routine? Or do you have a set goal in mind for your conditioning? A big adventure or event coming up? Perhaps you’re stuck in a rut or coming back after some time off? We have a diverse group of trainers to help you achieve success with many services beyond traditional weight training and the flexibility to meet your needs.
Individual Training Rates:
Initial Consultation & Assessment:
1 - 2 sessions:
3 - 5 sessions:
6 - 11 sessions:
12 or more session:
Partner Training Rates:
1 - 2 session:
3 - 5 sessions:
6 - 11 sessions:
12 or more sessions:
Group Training Available
Are you and some friends training for a race or event? We offer small group trainings of 3 or more people to make it more affordable and fun with your buddies! Call (541) 389-7665 and set up your time with a trainer.
Private & Semi-Private Classes
Looking for personalized instruction in one of BPRD’s classes? Want to hone in an advanced movement or a specific area of fitness? Private classes are perfect for focusing on you. Our highly-trained instructors offer private and semi-private sessions in all listed Yoga, Pilates, Indoor Cycling, Water Fitness, Strength & Conditioning and Cardio classes. Session can be shared with a partner of like abilities and goals.