Virtual Recreation

Virtual Rec

Are you looking for some fun activities or fitness opportunities to do from home while the Community Center is closed? The City of Glenwood Springs Parks and Recreation Department is still a great resource for staying healthy and connected. Keep checking back for updates to this page with videos and links to virtual resources to help you stay active and have a little fun – at home!

  • Be sure to follow us on Facebook, YouTube and Instagram for fitness classes, family challenges and fun activities.
  • Tag us in your posts and use the hashtag #GlenwoodRecAtHome to share how you’re staying active at home! We may be isolated, but we aren’t alone.

For more information on how the City of Glenwood Springs is responding to COVID-19, visit the City of Glenwood Springs Coronavirus Response Hub  


Virtual Fitness Classes

Take a Virtual Fitness Class with your favorite fitness instructors! Take a live recorded class on Facebook or visit our YouTube channel to take a class at your leisure.   Click the link above for more information and links to classes. Check back often for updates!

Virtual Challenges

We challenge you to take time out of each day and have some fun! Participate in our daily challenges and post your results to our Facebook or Instagram pages.  Don’t forget to tag your post with #GlenwoodRecAtHome

Virtual Kids Corner

The Kid Kare staff want all their Kid Kare friends to know how much they are missed!  They will be posting fun activities just for you every Tuesday and Wednesday on our Facebook page.  Don’t forget to say, Hi to them by commenting on the posts.  


Do you have a suggestion for more virtual recreation? We’d love to hear it! Email us at

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