ROWLETT COMMUNITY CENTRE
- Centre Rooms & Activities - Please
call for details
- Cardio Room - Features five treadmills
and three Spinner bikes, includes TV/VCR for those with video
tapes, lockers are available to members.
- Cheerleading - Classes consist of stretching,
jumpoing, tumbling, and new cheers to learn.
- Weight Room - Features weight machines
in two rooms, this area is for members only and only for those
17 years of age or older.
- Aerobics Room - A fully carpeted room
for aerobics, jazzercize, creataive movement, tumbling or kickboxing
aerobics.Ask about aerobic classes.
- Game Room - For all ages, with a pool
table, ping pong and video arcade games.
- Gymnasium - For baskeball, volleyball
and free play. All participants must present membership card prior
- Centre Senior Activities:
- ROWLETT ROCKERS - Seniors 55 and over, meet for coffee and donuts. and a Pot
Luck Luncheon. Trips and events are planned throughout the year.
- TABLE TALK - Seniors get together to play different card and table games, or just socialize.
- Rowlett Rockers - The Rowlett Rockers 55 and Over Gang
meet once a
month for a pot luck luncheon. Trips and theater parties are planned
through the year. For information,
- Senior Services -
- AARP Office: 214-254-4060
- Aging Information Hotline: 972-730-4100
- Baylor-Garland Hospital: 972-487-5000
- Lakepoint Hospital: 972-412-2273
- Benefit Counseling: 214-741-5244
- Better Business Bureau: 972-220-2000
- City of Rowlett: 972-412-6100
- Nursing Home Ombundsman: 214-823-5700
- Social Security Administration 1-800-772-1213
Other Centre Activities:
- Babysitting - The Rowlett Fire Department teaches a Safe
Sitting Class to those wanting to babysit.
- Baseball Leagues - Lake Cities Fast Pitch, Rowlett Baseball
Assoc, Rowlett Adult Softball Assoc.
- Basketball Leagues - Men's Basketball Leagues, 3 on 3
- Health Clinic - Call for times and days.
- Sports Camps - Basketball, Tennis, Roller Hockey,
Soccer, Mini Camp. Call for information.
- Artists 'Round Texas - Usually 4th Tuesday, 6:30pm, Program meetings include monthly demonstrations
by area artists. Membership open ot all artists, inlcuding painters, photographers,
sculptors, and ceramists. A couple months a year members take field
trips to museums and art centers. www.artistsroundtx.org
- Bridge Club - Come enjoy a day of Bridge. A co-ed club. Bring a sack lunch. For
information, call the Centre.
- Community Park - 10800 Yeager. A 150-acre park with eight lighted
ballfields, soccer fields, basketball courts, picnic and playground
areas, horseshoe pits, volleyball courts, walking/jogging trail and
two ponds with fishing piers.
- Garner Park - Garner Road. A 6-acre park with a playground
- General Homes - University Drive. A 16-acre undeveloped tract.
- Herfurth Park & Skate Zone - 4601 Centennial, just east
of City Hall. 24-acre park with lighted tennis courts, covered picnic
shelters, wiffleball field, ball field, in-line lighted hockey rink,
and restroom facilities.
- Kids' Kingdom - 5300 Main Street (south of the Community Centre).
A playground designed and built by the citizens of Rowlett.
- Lakeside Park -C.A. Roan at Miller Road. A 2-acre park featuring
a fishing pier, volleyball, a picnic area and a 6/10 mile walking area.
- Nature Trail - Miller Road and Dexham Road. 66 acres with 1.3
- Paddle Point - Miller Road west of Lakeside Park. A public
use area with facilities for launching canoes or kayaks on a backwater
area of Lake Ray Hubbard.
- Pecan Grove Park - 5300 Main Street. A 100+ acre park offering
a 1-mile beautiful walking/jogging trail that winds through majestic
pecan trees. The Community Centre is located in the north edge of the
- Shorewood Park - Woodlake and Williams Way. A 14-acre park
on Lake Ray Hubbard with a 1/4 mile walking trail, a playground, practice
fields for baeball and soccer, plus a half-size in-line hockey rink.
- Springfield Park - 5501 Antioch. A 117-acre park with a 1.1
mile trail, ballfields, picnic areas, pavilion, playground, fishing
lakes and restrooms.
The following activities
are NOT allowed in the parks
for your safety and to protect the parks.
- DAMAGE to park property
- USE OF PARKS from 11pm until 6am.
- COURT PLAY more than one hour when others are waiting
- ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES (without permit).
- MOTORIZED VEHICLES on park grounds.
- SKATES, BICYCLES OR SKATEBOARDS in designated areas only.