The Los Angeles County Department of Parks and Recreation offers a wide variety of programs and activities for you and your family. From Family Field Trips to C.S.I. Camp, there’s something available for all age groups. Scroll down to see your next adventure!


A fun place for youth to meet new friends, receive healthy snacks and receive helpful homework assistance. We offer other programs such as reading programs and toy loan programs. These after-school activities are designed to help children learn both mentally and socially. Click the buttons below to find a program near you!


Our Junior Programs offer a wide range of activities for children ages 9 to 17. The current Junior Programs we offer are golf, lifeguard, and ranger. All sessions are taught by highly trained teachers. Use the buttons below to find a park with a program near you and get started today!


Mommy and me programs allow a toddler and mother to interact together with educational and physical activity curriculums in a classroom setting as well as outdoors.  Curriculums consist of painting, learning numbers and letters, singing, dancing and outdoor recreation activities. We also offer Parenting Classes which teach parents news skills that help lower arguments and family conflicts through positive reinforcement, active supervision and a personal action plan for their situation.


A playground or play area specifically designed for children.  Modern playgrounds often have recreational equipment which help children develop physical coordination, strength, and flexibility, as well as providing recreation and enjoyment. A splash pad is an area for water play that has no standing water. Splash pads are fun especially for younger children. Parents must supervise their children at all times while using the splash pad.


The teen club provides youth with a place to come together and have fun in a safe, supportive environment. Teens participate in many activities ranging from sports, field trips, dances, volunteer work, homework assistance, and mentoring.

Our H.E.A.T. program offers high energy activities for teens and focuses on healthy active lifestyles for youth ages 13 – 17 years. Youth participate in a variety of activities including softball tournaments, field trips, holiday special events, and attending sporting events.

Our SPOT – Social Places and Opportunities for Teens is a FREE after-school program for teens ages 12-18, providing a fun, safe and supportive place where teens can check-in daily, Monday through Friday all year long. Our SPOT is back in-person at locations throughout Los Angeles County!


We offer two kinds of camps here at Parks & Recreation, our day camps offer enrichment activities, such as arts and crafts, music, sports, baseball, basketball, soccer and swimming.  Our Crime Scene Investigations (C.S.I.) Camp is a six week summer instructional program that focuses on topics including crime scene reconstruction, tracking, bomb disposal, arson investigation, fingerprints and DNA analysis. Partnering agencies include California Highway Patrol, Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, Los Angeles City Police Department, Los Angeles Unified School District Police, Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office, and U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA).


Our cheerleading and Drum Corps classes are a fun way to develop confidence and self-esteem. We offer classes for both boys and girls. Click the buttons below to find a class near you!


Our Summer Lunch program offers a great way for kids to get together during the summer for food and fun! Meals are prepared through assorted vendors and provided by Parks & Recreation staff. Children must be attended at all times and meals are limited to one per child.