Enjoy the longest day of the year and the spectacle of thousands of fireflies. Learn about the benefits of fireflies then as the sun sets and dusk arrives there will be the option to stroll down the paths at Heritage Oaks Golf Course and see the fireflies lighting up.
This event held at Westover Park is geared toward being an introduction to multi-sport events. The focus of this event is completion over competition. All finishers receive a finisher medal. This event is open to ages 5-14.
The Esports program has the goal of providing an opportunity for youth and adults in our community to connect and compete virtually.
The Harrisonburg Parks and Recreation Adopt-A-Park program was created from the collaborative efforts of local Harrisonburg High School honor students, Harrisonburg Parks and Recreation staff and city government to create an opportunity for community groups to assist with keeping our parks clean, safe and beautiful for residents and visitors to enjoy.
Many of Harrisonburg Parks and Recreation's programs, events, and park projects rely heavily on the generous acts of volunteers.
Learn about the happenings throughout the Parks and Recreation Department at an Open House at the Simms Center in Ralph Sampson Park.
This event held at Westover Park is geared toward being an introduction to triathlons. The focus of this event is completion over competition. All finishers receive a finisher medal. This event is open to ages 5-17.
Tree Stewards are community volunteers committed to promoting healthy urban and rural forests in Virginia.
Special programs offered in the City - Canteen and Wellness Matters