Cedar Park reopens recreation center with required reservations

Cedar Park reopened its recreation center May 26 with limited amenities and required reservations.

The center, located at 1435 Main St., Cedar Park, reopened its cardio and weight room, track, basketball courts and pickleball courts, according to the city. Reservations are required for use of these amenities with 30-minute breaks between sessions for staff to sanitize equipment, bathrooms and other surfaces.


Reservations are 1.5-hour sessions. Limited reservation quantities and additional recommendations or requirements vary by amenity:

  • The cardio and weight room is limited to 21 reservations per session.

  • The track is limited to 12 reservations per session.

  • Basketball court reservations are limited to four players or one family per basket.

  • Pickleball court reservations are limited to 28 people with 24 players on six courts and four players waiting.


The locker rooms and showers are closed, according to state guidelines on gym reopenings. People must keep 6 feet of social distancing or practice measures such as face masks, hand hygiene and sanitation. Face coverings are recommended, according to the city website.

Some amenities remain closed, which includes child care, the game room, community room reservations, gym rentals, personal training and fitness classes.
By Taylor Girtman
Taylor Girtman became the reporter for the Cedar Park-Leander edition in Feb. 2020.


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