Parker Fieldhouse

Based on COVID-19 case numbers, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) has moved Douglas County to the more restrictive COVID-19 Dial Level Red. For Parker Recreation, this change further restricts facility capacities and certain programming. All patrons will continue to reserve a time block for an individual workout, drop-in activities (pick-up sports games will not be permitted) and for pickleball play. Find registration options below. Beginning with reservations for Nov. 23, registration for Parker Recreation and Fieldhouse Fitness Membership and pass holders will be available at 10 a.m. two days prior (starting Nov. 21), non-members can register at 10 a.m. one day prior (starting Nov. 22), as capacity allows. Kindly limit registrations to one session per day to allow additional patrons the use of our services. Please note that if you have a Parker Recreation membership or passes, you already have a login name and password, please use our ‘Forgot My Password’ functionality to retrieve your informationWalk-up registration is not recommended.
According to a State Executive Order, all individuals over age 10 must wear a face covering at all times inside of Parker Recreation facilities, unless in water. A medical exemption will not be considered, as it results in a direct threat to the health and safety of others. For more information, please view the CDPHE's FAQs about the mandatory mask order or visit the CDPHE website. If you are unable to wear a mask, call the Parker Recreation Center at 303.841.4500 or the Parker Fieldhouse at 303.805.6300 for possible accommodation.

Safe Return

Parker Parks and Recreation is ready for a Safe Return! With the update to state orders, we are excited to welcome you back to our recreation facilities. The phased Safe Return plan adheres to strict safety protocols for both patrons and staff, which include reduced facility capacities, limiting gatherings, enforcing social distancing guidelines, enhancing cleaning and sanitization efforts, using PPE and more. 

Fieldhouse Hours

Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - 8 p.m. 
Saturday 
8 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Sunday
3 - 8 p.m.
FACILITY CLOSURES:
Nov. 26 - Closed
Dec. 24 - TBD
Dec. 25 - Closed
Dec. 31 - Close at 4 p.m.
Jan. 1 - Closed

Facility Updates

Beginning with reservations for Nov. 23, registration for Parker Recreation and Fieldhouse Fitness Membership and pass holders will be available at 10 a.m. two days prior (starting Nov. 21), non-members can register at 10 a.m. one day prior (starting Nov. 22), as capacity allows. Kindly limit registrations to one session per day to allow additional patrons the use of our services. (When registering, if you have a Parker Recreation membership or passes, you already have an account, please use 'Forgot My Password' to retrieve your login information.) ALL participants, regardless of age, need to register. At this time, walk-up registration is not recommended. 

FH Fitness Loft Drop-in - The Fieldhouse Fitness Loft is available for personal workouts using strength and cardio equipment. The track is also available with this registration. This does not include the gymnasium.

FH Gymnasium Drop-in - provides admission to the Parker Fieldhouse Gym for 90 minutes. Pick-up sports games will not be permitted. This does not include the fitness area or track.

FH Inline Rink Drop-in - provides admission to the Parker Fieldhouse Sport Court for 90 minutes.

FH Turf Drop-in - provides admission to the Parker Fieldhouse Turf for 90 minutes. 

Pickleball Drop-in - Pickleball registration is for all skill levels to play games. This does not include the fitness area or track.

Visit the Parker Recreation memberships and passes page for costs associated with daily, 10-visit and 20-visit passes and memberships.

The Fieldhouse is offering limited indoor venue rentals, including batting tunnels, contact FHrentals@parkeronline.org for reservations. Rentals within 48 hours of the desired rental time will not be considered at this time. 

Safe Return Commitments

Any facility or program that opens during the Safe Return phased reopening will comply with current state and public health recommendations and will adhere to strict safety protocols for both patrons and staff. Please make the following commitments to contribute to a safe return:

  • I will stay home if I feel sick.
  • I will practice social distancing and not gather in large groups.
  • I will wash my hands often. While outdoors, I will use hand sanitizer.
  • I will cover my mouth and nose when I cough or sneeze.
  • I will avoid touching my eyes, nose and mouth.
  • I will wear a face mask as required.

Please adhere to the Patron Code of Conduct (PDF).

Guidelines are subject to change based on state, local and public health orders and recommendations. Program and facility operations may be closed or temporarily halted at any time during these reopening phases.