Parks & Recreation

Digital Activity Guide- Dec. 2020-Jan. 2021

COVID-19: Most in-person programs, classes and facility use are on hold while we are asked to Shelter in Place. Stay informed, be active, and remain connected through our VIRTUAL RECREATION CENTER & RESOURCE POINT,  Facebook Page, NextDoor, and Instagram.

What's Open? 

Marin County Reopening Status on Marin Recovers.com

Playgrounds are OPEN. Please note playground equipment is high touch and only cleaned once a week. Please use with caution and follow posted capacities, per State guidance.

Tennis Courts are OPEN at Town Park & Granada Park with posted restrictions. Singles only play is encouraged. Doubles play for tennis and pickleball is approved as long as players from the same household share a side. 

Dog Park is OPEN for dogs to exercise off-leash. Please note dogs must be on-leash and under owner control in the greater Town Park area and all other Town spaces.  More info 

Benches are OPEN and Picnic Tables OPENED 6/30/20 according to Marin County guidelines on Use of Picnic and Barbeque Areas. Please note that picnic areas and amenities are not sanitized by Town staff between uses.

Skate Park is OPEN, but not sanitized by Town Staff. Users are urged to wash and sanitize their hands often, not share any equipment, and wear face coverings. It is important to continue to follow physical distancing guidelines as this is a small space.  

Park Restrooms are OPEN and additional portable restrooms and hand washing stations are provided.

Want more places in Marin to access? Explore Shelter in Place Location Updates by Area.

What's Closed?

Basketball Court at Town Park remains CLOSED because it is not possible to ensure social distancing protocols are followed. We plan to open this amenity as soon as the social distancing standards allow. Unfortunately, the Basketball Court has also been a source of conflict for staff and law enforcement due to players from separate households using the court together. This could put community wellness at risk. 

Fields are OPEN for Town-approved programming that follows State and County Guidelines. Games, scrimmages and adult athletics are NOT currently approved.

WANT MORE?  View the latest on County Updates, Park Orders, and Shelter In Place info specific to Corte Madera.

Skunk Hollow Mini Park is Complete!

Public Works worked closely with the Parks and Recreation Department, play structure manufacturers, and an engineering consultant to implement some needed improvements at Skunk Hollow Mini Park. The playground officially reopened Nov. 12, 2020.  View the virtual ribbon cutting program and video via Facebook Live.

View the project web page for more information including a brief overview of the proposed improvements, conceptual renderings, and timeline.

7.14.20 Ashley Howe

The Town is taking all measures we can to educate and protect our community to minimize potential exposure and spread of COVID-19. We have locked/closed some park amenities to protect our community. We urge community members to practice safe physical distancing by staying at least 6 feet apart and to wash and sanitize hands often.

We appreciate your support & will reopen as soon as it is safe to do so.

- Ashley Howe, Parks & Recreation Director

People, Parks & Programs  
The Corte Madera Parks and Recreation Department’s mission is to create community through people, parks and programs.

To achieve this mission, we provide year-round recreational programs, classes, sports leagues, summer camps and events for residents of Corte Madera and surrounding communities. Activities take place at the spacious Corte Madera Community Center and adjoining 20-acre Town Park, and at other Corte Madera locations. Offerings range from soccer leagues for Kindergarten-6th graders to softball leagues for adults, and from AARP Driver Safety to computer classes for adults 55 and over to an open gym. Events include Father-Daughter and Mother-Son Dances, Movie Nights, bingo, Breakfast with Santa and Big Band Dance.