All Division of Recreation and Parks programs are open to everyone, unless otherwise noted. Register early, as all programs are on a first-come, first-served basis. Please note that some programs have special age requirements. ONLINE REGISTRATION AND CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED (for most programs). Visa and MasterCard will be accepted online and in person (minimum charge of $25 required). Mail-in or walk-in registration will also be accepted for all programs. Certain programs require specific registration forms. Check program information for which programs require separate registration forms. For further information, contact the Recreation Office at 799-6141.
Registration underway for Fall & Winter programs.
Our NEW OFFICE LOCATION is in the same building as the Princeton Junction Post office the Municipal Complex at the corner of Clarksville and North Post Roads.
The Division of Recreation and Parks reserves the right to cancel any program if there is insufficient enrollment. Dates and times of scheduled programs are subject to change due to circumstances beyond the control of the Division of Recreation and Parks. Also, additional programs may be scheduled which are not included in this directory. Every effort will be made to keep residents informed of all program changes.
Please read the following statement carefully. ABSOLUTELY NO EXCEPTIONS WILL BE MADE. Prior withdrawal: Registrants who withdraw prior to the start of a program may be issued a refund only if the Division of Recreation and Parks is notified in writing at least two weeks prior to the start of the program. No refunds will be granted once a program has begun. A 20% administrative service charge will be imposed for all refunds granted. Please be advised that the several of the Summer Day Camps have separate refund policies.
RETURNED CHECK POLICY
There will be a penalty fee of $20 for each program payment check returned by the bank for insufficient funds. To maintain registration in the program, payment must be made in cash to the Division of Recreation and Parks in the amount of the returned check. Individuals who are penalized once for a returned check will be required to make all future payments for program fees in cash.