The community of Huron is rich with local talent and each year Huron welcomes various performers, bands and cultural programs to entertain residents and visitors. Read more about Arts & Culture in Huron.
Whether you are visiting family, attending a softball or baseball tourmanent, or just want to relax for the weekend, Huron offers several camping opportunities for you to select from. Click Here to find out more details for your next camping trip!
Whether you are looking for miniature golf or a place to get a quick nine holes, Huron has an array of golfing opportunities for you and your family.
The Nordby Center for Recreation has something for all individuals and families with physical activity in mind. The facility offers a full range of modern equipment and spaces designed to accommodate the wide variety of classes and programs that have been developed for the fitness of a community.
The Huron Parks & Recreation Department manages and maintains the city's park areas . Picnic shelters at Memorial, Ravine, and Riverside Parks are available for family reunions and other events. The island at Ravine Lake has a gazebo and is available for weddings and special occasions.
The Ravine Lake Triathalon is an annual event perfect for both the casual athlete and the seasoned racer. If you are more experienced, the Sprint triathlon is a flat and fast course that will allow you to really see how fast you can go. Or, if you're just beginning, the EnTri course is perfect for you.
The Safety City Program is sponsored by the American Legion and is held every summer. The program is designed to teach vehicle and pedestrian safety to preschool children. For registration information please contact Rachel Kary at (605) 354-2203 or Rhonda Kludt at (605) 354-4199.
From the Master Blaster Water Coaster to the Free Fall Drop Slide and Lazy River, Splash Central Waterpark is fun for all ages.
Proudly serving Huron families since 1919, the YWCA offeres a variety of activities and programs for youth and adults. Facebook
Organized, funded, and staffed by volunteer parents, the Huron Junior Football Program was launched by Huron Junior Athletics to offer opportunities for youth in grades 3 to 6 to learn about football, sportsmanship, and teamwork. With strong support from the community, the program has become the backbone for initial training of Huron's future Junior Varsity and Varsity teams. Facebook
The Huron Parks & Recreation Department is proud to offer a wide range of activities and events for the whole family! Registration is easy and you can add the whole family to the account. A weekly schedule helps you keep track of activity times and locations. Activities include: Arts & Crafts, Bowling, Coach Pitch, Gymnastics, Ice Skating, Kickball (Adult Co-Ed), Pickleball, Soccer, Softball (Youth), Swim Lessons, T-Ball, Tennis (Youth & Adult), and Water Fitness Classes.
The Huron Soccer Association offers fall and spring soccer programs for boys and girls ages 11-18. For more information contact Carmen Thies at (605) 353-1284 or Janet Deneke at (605) 350-6814.
Contact the Parks & Recreation Office at 353-8533 for further details about Co-Ed Softball.
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