Antioch has so much to offer residents of every age! Explore a new park, take a class, plan a day at the water park, volunteer, or support a local event. The Recreation Guide is your go-to book for year round activities – searching for something new and exciting is easy. Stay connected with family and friends through recreation and park activities, and give back to the community by participating in volunteer efforts. Let us help you discover Antioch all over again.
Our mission is to unify and strengthen the Antioch community by creating quality experiences that inspires lifelong learning. A dedicated team of staff provides programs and services for youth and family enrichment, health and fitness, sports and recreation, and senior citizens. We work side-by-side with the parks and public works staff to keep parks and facilities well-maintained, and we support the community in many civic activities and events.
Effective September 22nd, guests 12 years and older who are participating indoors in dance, exercise, sports, or other activities involving an increased heartrate or rate of respiration, or where food is being served indoors, must provide proof of full COVID-19 vaccination or negative test administered within the previous three days along with valid photo ID. Masks are required indoors for everyone unless consuming food or beverages. By entering our facilities, guests must self-certify that they are free from COVID symptoms and have not had close contact with anyone displaying symptoms or are known to have tested positive.
The Antioch Community Center is currently open to the public.
Water Park General Admission is closed for the season.
The Nick Rodriguez Community Center continues to operate as a vaccine clinic for the county.
The Antioch Senior Center opened in mid-August.