There's always something going on in Moreno Valley. The City offers residents and visitors many recreational and leisure activities, from swimming to golfing to just playing in the park, Moreno Valley has it all.
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The City of Moreno Valley provides a variety of exciting events to keep residents entertained throughout the year.
Time for Tots Preschool Program (ages 3-5 years)
Dates: Begins August 15
Locations: Conference & Recreation Center, TownGate Community Center, March Field Park Community Center
Date: Saturday, September 10, 2016
Time: 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Location: Community Park, 13380 Frederick Street
For more information, visit the YouthFest page.
Mayor's Cup Basketball Challenge
Match date: Saturday, October 15
Coach and player tryout date: August 27, beginning at 9 a.m.
Location: Conference and Recreation Center, 14075 Frederick Street
The City of Moreno Valley is looking for residents to represent our City in the Mayor’s Cup Basketball Challenge. The challenge has been extended to cities in San Bernardino and Riverside Counties to participate in the basketball tournament. Each team will be co-ed and must have one female player on the court at all times. The team roster will consist of 10 players in total. There is no cost for residents to participate and the City will provide team players with a uniform to represent the City proudly.
The City is also looking for a qualified coach and assistant.
- Download the letter and application form
(deadline for coach/assistant application, August 19; deadline for player application, August 25)
If you didn't receive a copy of our award-winning recreation guide ...or if someone else got a hold of it first, you can download your own copy of our online edition right here.
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Online Class & Activity Registration
Parks & Community Services Participation Evaluation Survey
City Parks and Facilities
Moreno Valley has two golf courses including the 27-hole Moreno Valley Ranch Golf Club, ranked among the top 75 public courses in the U.S.
Moreno Valley is also home to the 8,000-acre Lake Perris State Park. This state park has boating, fishing and camping facilities. Box Springs Mountain Park provides trails for hiking and horseback riding. Riverside County’s Box Springs Mountain Park, located off Pigeon Pass Road, encompasses 1,155 acres and provides trails for hiking and horseback riding.
Parks, Recreation & Open Space Comprehensive Plan
Click on the following link to see the plan.
- Parks, Recreation & Open Space Comprehensive Plan (23 MB 09/10)
Moreno Valley's city park system has 32 parks and/or joint-use facilities (531.66 maintained acres) and includes a 9-hole executive golf course, 24 multi-use sports fields, 11 tennis courts, nine basketball courts, 28 play apparatus, and three recreation centers.
The Adopt-a-Park Program was designed to preserve, improve and enhance Moreno Valley parks through community involvement and citizen partnerships. You can play an important role in our success by becoming a volunteer in the Adopt-A-Park program!
The Cottonwood Golf Center is open seven days a week from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and closed on major holidays.
13671 Frederick St
Moreno Valley, CA 92553
Hound Town Dog Park
On April 16, 2008, the City opened its first dog park called Hound Town. The park is located at the Moreno Valley Equestrian Center, 11150 Redlands Boulevard, at the southeast level of the Center. The park is a collaborative effort between Canine Friends of Moreno Valley (who solicited donations of materials and labor from businesses), and local Boy Scout groups and the City’s Park Maintenance staff.
The one-acre park is divided into two sections; one for large dogs and the other for smaller breeds. Additional features include: a three-in-one drinking fountain for dogs and their owners, two waste stations, a shelter with park benches for sitting, and planters with trees. There is a handicap accessible restroom and parking available on site. This site was recently upgraded with canine training equipment, benches, turf and sprinklers.
The park is open from 7:00 a.m. to dusk, seven days a week. So, pack up your canine companions and give them a chance to enjoy the new equipment.
Lasselle Sports Park
Lasselle Sports Park is a developer-constructed (no cost to the City) project of 12.8 acres. Amenities include: restroom and concession, three turf football/soccer fields with natural turf, exercise track, security lighting, picnic facilities, play apparatus for ages 2-5 and 5-12, and parking for approximately 200 vehicles.
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After School Programs
A Child’s Place Licensed After School Program
A Child’s Place Licensed After School Program provides daily homework assistance, arts and crafts, nutritious snacks, and recreation activities for children after school and during school breaks.
Day: Monday – Friday
Time: End of school until 6:00 p.m. and 7 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. during school breaks
Age: Kindergarten thru 12 years
Cost: Fees based on income
Location: Armada (334809653), Creekside (334816836), Rainbow Ridge (334803516), Red Maple (334815843), and Sunnymead Elementary (334818292).
Information: Georgina Lundberg at 951.413.3286
After School Education and Safety Program (ASES)
An educational and literacy element designed to provide tutoring and/or homework assistance in one or more of the following subject areas: language arts, mathematics, history and social science, science, and computer training.
An educational enrichment element that may include, but is not limited to, fine arts, career technical education, recreation, physical fitness, and prevention activities. Such activities might involve STEM, the arts, music, physical activity, health promotion, general recreation, technology, career awareness, and activities to support positive youth development.
A nutritious snack is served daily.
Services Provided by: THINK Together
Day: Monday – Friday (when school is in session)
Time: End of school until at least 6:00 p.m.
Age: Kindergarten thru 9th grade
Location: Most Moreno Valley and Val Verde School Districts’ elementary and middle schools
Information: THINK Together at 951.571.9944 (Program evaluation results available upon request.)
Volunteer to be on the Park Patrol
As a Park Patrol Volunteer, the goal is to enforce park rules, enhance visitor safety, and promote park programs and visitor services offered by the Parks and Community Services Department.
Special Events include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Parades, runs, walks, running/walking/bicycle races, Christmas decoration displays, and all other events that encroach on city streets or public rights-of-way;
- Community fireworks displays (privately sponsored);
- Events in City parks or facilities with greater than fifty participants;
- Helicopter/airplane landings; or
- Any organized activity or set of activities which involves the possible or necessary provision of additional City services.
- Get the Special Event Application