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Brevard County Parks & Recreation North Area Programs

Persons with Disabilities Services

North Area Parks Operations provides a variety of social activities for individuals with intellectual and physical disabilities. These activities offer opportunities to socialize, develop new friendships, learn life skills, and volunteer in the community. We also offer year round Special Olympics’ training and competition. Monthly Calendar of Events are made available via email or on the county website. For Information contact Andrea Chestnut At 321-264-5058 or 321-264-5105.

Aquatics Aquatics: Swimming & Water Sports
North Area Parks Operations offers open swim and swim lessons in the Summer months.  Check our calendars and flyers for upcoming lessons and open swim pool hours.
Youth Athletics Youth Athletics
North Area Parks Operations partners with many volunteer run organizations to offer children's sports activities such as soccer, football and softball.  We also offer zumba, karate and other youth athletics in our community centers.
Adult Athletics Adult Athletics

Brevard County Parks & Recreation offers a wide variety of adult athletics and recreational activities. Available adult activities include sports leagues, classes at community centers, special events and tournaments. Visit your local park or community centers page to see available athletics and activities in your area.


 

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