Parks and Recreation
*Summer Activity Registration Begins May 4th for Bowling Green City Residents*
*Summer Activity Registration Begins May 18th for Non-Residents*
Welcome to Bowling Green Parks & Recreation Online!
6th Annual Beach Bum Tournament
Summer Camp Schedule
2015 T-Ball and Youth Softball
2015 May Fitness Schedule
Get Ahead Basketball Training
Community Center Holiday Hours
This event raised over $1,000 for our Camps for Kids program!!!
A Cut Above Salon
Al Mar Lanes
Vito’s Pizza & Subs
Kellermeier Plumbing & Heating
Meg Hassett-Tastefully Simple
Montessori School of Bowling Green
Wood County Historical Center & Museum
Scrambled Egg Level
Downtown Bowling Green
Winthrop Terrace Apartments
Building on Nature - a fundraising effort for renovations at the Rotary Nature Center
Public Forum on the Ridge Street Parkland Report is available online
Family & Friends Nature Hikes in Wintergarden / St. John's Nature Preserve are available
Seeking quality, experienced and certified independent contractors to teach a variety of aquatic fitness programs at the new outdoor Bowling Green City Pool. Proof of liability insurance required.
Send resume along with teaching experience, class descriptions, class day/time desired via mail to BG Parks & Recreation, ATTN: Josh Chatfield, 1245 West Newton Road, Bowling Green, OH 43402 or email email@example.com
If you are looking for an effective way to reach out to your customers or markets we may be able to help. Our programs and events serve all different ages and our sponsorship packages are very reasonable. Please feel free to contact Kristin Otley for more information on events or program sponsorship or Eric Fletcher for youth and adult sports sponsorship.
The Bowling Green Parks and Recreation Department provides programs and facilities that enhance the quality of life for the citizens of Bowling Green. We achieve this goal by:
- Building and programming our own facilities and cooperating with
other public and private entities in shared management and
- Supporting other agencies, corporations and individuals in their
efforts to provide recreational programs and facilities for the general