Get Out Here!
BUY YOUR 2020
ANNUAL RESERVOIR PASS TODAY!
Out here, unlimited adventure awaits you! Aurora and Quincy Reservoir are your backyard paradise for both on-water and on-land activity.

Offering miles of multi-purpose trails, nature programs, fishing, biking, swimming, playing, private shelter rental, boat and board rental and so much more, our reservoirs are sure to satisfy the outdoor adventure you crave year round.

For all information regarding cost, purchasing and pickup of an annual reservoir pass, please click below.
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The secret to success in fitness:
1. Show up

If one of the goals on your 2020 list is to sweat your way into a healthier lifestyle, we've got your back! From Yoga to Women's Weight Training , Zumba Dance and Superbowl Bootcamp , our recreation centers provide an array of fitness classes, clubs and offerings that fit both your schedule and your personal fitness goals.

Kick start and stick to your goal this year with endless opportunities to succeed and a team of dedicated trainers, teachers and instructors at your side. All you have to do is show up —our fitness offerings will make you stay!

What moves and motivates you? CLICK HERE to find out.

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Enhance and develop self-esteem, balance, motor coordination, focus and social skills at this inclusive fitness program lead by black belt instructors and assisted by our Therapeutic Recreation staff.


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Gather around a crackling campfire with hot cocoa and s'mores at Plains Conservation Center for survival story night! The stars, moon and night sky set the perfect storytelling scene as you hear how the people and wildlife of the prairie have survived.

Friday, Jan. 17, 6 P.M.
Ages 3 and older, $8 per person
HOWWWLL AT THE MOON on Friday, Jan. 10 at 4:30 p.m. to celebrate the Wolf Moon. Find yourself under the dazzling moonlight of Plains Conservation Center for an enjoyable guided trail hike suitable for all ages and learn a little about the special history of the Wolf Moon.

$5 per person