Parks & Recreation
Beginner baseball, basketball & golf
These are FREE non-competitive, beginner programs open to ages 12 & under for all capabilities.
Baseball will start on Jun 7, 9-11 am. Basketball will start on Jun 14, 9-11 am.
Golf will start on Jun 28 - Jul 2, 9-11 am. Pre-registration is required. Please follow the registration link to the left to register for these programs.
The Skate park is open from 8:30 am - 9:00 pm
SPLASH PAD is open daily from 10 am - 6 pm (maximum capacity of 20 will be strictly enforced)
FIELD OF DREAMS is open daily from 8:30 am - 7:00 pm.
TENNIS & RACQUETBALL COURTS ARE OPEN DAILY UNTIL DUSK
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
indoor events, classes, and meetings are cancelled.
no reservations for facility rentals & meetings will be accepted at this time.
The City of West Melbourne is committed to growing and improving the recreational offerings of the City. Under the direction of the Recreation Manager the City offers programs for children, youth and adults. These programs include exercise, art, music, dance and education. Please check the menu to the left for available recreational and educational programs.
Parks and Recreation Director Rich Boprey is responsible for initiating and implementing the recreation programs for the City, which are headquartered in the Veterans Memorial Complex (former City Hall) at 2285 Minton Road. He is assisted by a full-time Recreation Assistant, a full-time Special Projects Coordinator, a part-time Recreation Clerk, a Park Maintenance Crew Leader, a Maintenance Worker, and three Equipment Operators and advised by the City’s Parks and Recreation Advisory Board.
For your outdoor activities, the City has seven municipal parks within the City. Amenities vary from park to park; be sure to check out the amazing leisure opportunities our City has to offer.
Parks & Recreational Advisory Board
The Parks and Recreational Advisory Board meets in the Judge T. Mitchell Barlow Council Chambers at:
Veterans Memorial Complex
2285 Minton Road
West Melbourne, FL 32904-4916
Meetings are at 6:00 p.m. on the second Wednesday of every odd month. These meetings are open to the public and citizens are encouraged to share their ideas.