Programs & Events

The City of Elgin urges all to follow COVID Precautions. Face coverings are encouraged for all, stay home if you are sick, wash hands often, practice social distancing, and get vaccinated if you’re eligible.

For more information about COVID and suggested precautions visit https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html. Events may be modified due to COVID or staff availability. Check online for updates.  

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Photos with Santa

Sat., Dec. 4th | 8:00AM - 10:00AM

Enjoy Christmas carols and a custom hot cocoa bar, write your letter to Santa and mail it to the North Pole, and take photos at our Selfie Station while you wait in line to see the big man himself! SANTA!

This event is completely FREE to the public, but for just $5, your whole family will get a printed picture with the jolly old elf! Be sure to register ahead of time at: https://secure.rec1.com/TX/elgin-tx/catalog

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Register for your favorite activities!

Through healthy parks, engaging programs and continuous community support,the Parks Department wants to encourage everyone to connect with their community and the Elgin Parks Department. 

Make sure you reserve your spot early for our events by going to https://secure.rec1.com/TX/elgin-tx/catalog.


Stay up to date on our events and programs!

The best way to stay up to date on our programs, classes, leagues and events is by following us on Facebook @ElginTXParks. Not on Facebook? Check back here or call the Recreation Center at 512-285-6434.

You can also pick up our latest program guide at select brochure kiosks in Elgin. 

Physical Distancing in Parks


Getting outside is an important part of mental health and physical wellness. While we need to maintain a safe distance from others, we are still able to enjoy nature and escape our houses for a little bit!

There are plenty of activities that you can do by yourself in the parks, so check out a few of these suggestions, and don't forget to wash your hands frequently, take your shoes off outside of your house and avoid going in public spaces if you are exhibiting symptoms! 

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Here are a few key things to remember when spending time outdoors: 
  • Keep a safe distance from one another - at least 6ft.
  • Avoid touching communal surfaces such as benches, water fountains, railings, etc.
  • Avoid groups of people - stay solitary and stay safe! 
  • Refrain from touching playground equipment
  • Avoid activities that share equipment or involve touching