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GREENBELT RECREATION FACILITIES
The City of Greenbelt operates four major, indoor recreation and cultural facilities. Our centers provide: structured classes and activities; opportunities for independent discovery, play and exercise; and positive social engagement for all ages. Room rentals are also available. For the latest information about facility schedules (currently modified) and COVID-19 related restrictions, please call our Information Hotline: 301-474-0646. When it is safe for us to reconnect in person, we look forward to seeing you at these locations:
Greenbelt Community Center 15 Crescent Road, 301-397-2208 www.greenbeltmd.gov/communitycenter and www.greenbeltmd.gov/arts
Features include: art and dance studios, art gallery, senior lounge and game room, Greenbelt Museum office and exhibits, gymnasium, Planning Department Greenbelt News Review, Greenbelt Access Television, Co-Op Nursery School.
Greenbelt Youth Center 99 Centerway, 301-397-2200
Springhill Lake Rec. Center 6101 Cherrywood Lane, 301-397-2212
Drop-in activities for teens. Features at each facility include: a gymnasium; a game room with ping pong tables, foosball, board games and television. Recreation Center ID required for entry; please call ahead for information.
Greenbelt Aquatic and Fitness Center 101 Centerway, 301-397-2204 www.greenbeltmd.gov/gafc
Features include: indoor and outdoor pools; hot tub; fitness center equipped with treadmills, ellipticals, exercise bikes, rowers, and strength training machines.
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