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COVID-19 Risk Level for Multnomah County: High Risk

Fitness in the Park

Parks & Recreation's Fitness in the Park helps community members achieve their fitness goals while adhering to physical distancing recommendations and connecting to nature in our parks. All fitness levels are welcome.

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Fitness in the Park is back for spring and summer 2021!

Beginning May 3, we invite you to participate in group fitness classes taught by some of your favorite PP&R instructors at two outdoor locations: Irving Park and Multnomah Arts Center. Classes will meet Monday through Saturday mornings and will expand to ten outdoor locations throughout Portland beginning on June 21. Check back soon for schedules and more details as they become available. We’ll see you in the park!


COVID-19 related information

Our community’s parks system provides our neighbors with many opportunities to improve their mental and physical health during this public health emergency. Fitness in the Park is a creative way to continue supporting the health of Portlanders and to keep you connected with PP&R while following the guidance of public health officials.

Learn more about closures and postponements related to the COVID-19 pandemic response.