Due to the impending effects of Hurricane Matthew, all Recreation facilities will be closed Thursday, October 6 & Friday, October 7. Burns Road Recreation Center will reopen as regularly scheduled at 8am on Saturday, October 8. Athletic fields are still closed until otherwise notified.
The City of Palm Beach Gardens Recreation Division strives to offer a variety of athletic programs to the residents of Palm Beach Gardens. Our mission is to meet the highest standards in the administration of athletic programs as we uphold the noblest values in sport.
Field Closures Each of our Bermuda turf athletic fields will be closed throughout the year for scheduled maintenance.
Click the link below to view this year's field closure schedule.
When sky to ground directional lightning is seen or thunder is heard, fields should be cleared and cover taken in a permanent building. If a permanent building is not available, seek shelter in vehicles (not soft top cars). A minimum of 30 minutes should pass after the last seen lightning strike or thunder is heard prior to returning to play. It is recommended that each permit holder develop an internal communication policy with their participants regarding when it is clear to come back to a facility. City staff has the right to close any outdoor facility at their discretion in the case of lightning and/or thunder.
The Burns Road Recreation Center provides open gym times to to residents and/or students who attend school in Palm Beach Gardens. Students should present their middle, high school or college student ID card in order to participate. There are a limited number of basketballs available for use. Children 12 and under must be supervised by an adult during open gym play. Times are subject to change but the schedule is listed below. Please call 561-630-1100 to verify if there is Open Gym today.