Recreation & Parks
The Recreation and Parks Department provides diverse recreational opportunities for all residents in and around the City of Oviedo. Athletics, instructional classes, and leagues, as well as aquatics, are the four main ways in which the Recreation and Parks Department enhances the quality of life to the residents of Oviedo. Recreation and Parks programs are offered 7 days a week! Call 407-971-5565 for more information.
Riverside park is closed until further notice.
boston hill park basketball courts will be closed BEGINNING november 23rd and under construction until further notice.
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Oviedo Recreation and Parks Department is a local agency of professional staff, working to meet the recreational and environmental needs of the growing Oviedo community. We uphold a philosophy of providing safe, healthy and unbiased programs, utilizing our historic and scenic sites. We strive to enhance the interaction of people, land and water, in a manner which is accessible to all, protecting each of these from harm.
The RecTrac Form must be completed prior to registration by all families.
Launched in 2010 by a group of 20 local residents, Helpful Hands is a non-profit organization based in Seminole County, Florida. We begin where other agencies leave off.
Forming partnerships with organizations, we identify and provide life enhancing opportunities to children and families. With the assistance of donations to support local children and families, we provide opportunities to participate in educational, cultural, athletic, and community enrichment programs.
Help Kids Play Sports
Help Kids Play Sports was founded in the fall of 2013. The 100% volunteer nonprofit 501(c)(3) public charity was started by "sports dads" to generate donations from the community to help provide sports scholarship money to clubs and organizations for young athletes (12 and under) whose families are in need.
National Alliance for Youth sports
The National Alliance for Youth Sports (NAYS) educates, equips, and empowers youth sports leaders, volunteers, and parents so all children can enjoy the lifelong benefits of sports. NAYS, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, partners with more than 3,000 community-based organizations and has trained more than four million coaches, parents, officials, and administrators since its inception in 1981.