Parks and Recreation

Community Resilience Centers

The Tuolumne and Groveland Community Resilience Centers (CRC) are scheduled to open soon.  The final projects are being completed and the calendars will be opened for reservation requests to be made.  Each CRC will have four rentable zones and each zone is $56 per hour to rent.  For more information or to have your name placed on our contact list please contact our office at 209-533-5663.


The Recreation Department Office has moved.  We are now located at the Sonora Library at 480 Greenley Road in Sonora.

 About the Department

The Tuolumne County Recreation Department strives to enhance the community's quality of life, public safety, and economy by providing high quality and diverse program opportunities for people of all ages. With a focus on customer satisfaction, the department, along with its operating partners, is responsible to manage the County's recreation facilities, programs and activities.

~creating community through people, parks, and programs~

Benefits of Recreation Services

The Recreation Department's activities, events, and programs provide the following benefits:
  • Strengthens community image and sense of place
  • Strengthens safety and security
  • Promotes health, wellness, and lifelong learning
  • Supports economic development
  • Fosters human development
  • Promotes fun and celebration
Parks Make Life Better!

Customer Comments

The Tuolumne County Recreation Department staff value your comments and input. We welcome any comments or concerns that you feel might help us improve one of our existing programs or facilities; or maybe you have a new idea for something that we do not currently offer the community of Tuolumne County. If you have any comments, concerns or suggestions in regards to any of our facilities, programs or activities please complete the Customer Comment Form.