Ashland, Oregon 97520
Phone: (541) 488-5340
Fax: (541) 488-5314
Contact: Ashland Parks & Recreation Commission
Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:30am to 5pm
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The Ashland Parks & Recreation Commission (APRC) oversees two areas, parks and recreation. APRC is the caretaker of 785 acres of parkland in Ashland and is home to beautiful Lithia Park (take a tour of historic Lithia Park). We offer a variety recreational opportunities, as well as facility and park rentals.
Discover the plants and trees of Lithia Park with our Lithia Park Trail Guide. Be sure to check out our new Park and Trail Finder Web App! and take Tour of historical Lithia Park.
Registration for Winter/Spring 2016 is underway! Programs in our Winter/Spring guide run mid December '15 to May '16. View the Winter/Spring 2016 digital guide by clicking on the image above. (Or PDF format.) Direct online registration links are available for applicable classes. Direct registration links are available for all applicable programs. Learn more about registration. Scholarships are available for Rec programs. Check out our Adapted Programs!
Events around the corner:
- Ashland Community Bike Swap on April 16 - RVTD.org/bikeswap
- Rogue Valley Bird Day on May 14 - RogueValleyBirdDay.net
- Siskiyou de Mayo: A World Music Festival on May 14 - ashland.or.us/SiskiyoudeMayo
APRC has 4 core goals:
- Provide a high quality, efficient service level.
- Maintain and expand parks and recreational opportunities to meet the current and future needs of the community.
- Provide a positive experience to park guests and recreation participants.
- Provide opportunities for the community to participate in the decision making process concerning its parks and recreation system.
Please refer to the links in the left margin to learn more about APRC, call 541.488.5340 or visit 340 S Pioneer Street in Lithia Park (in upper Lithia Park).
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