Programs & Events
Battle Ground Parks & Recreation, along with many other organizations/agencies offer recreational and educational programs and events in the Battle Ground community.
From Halloween Fright Night and the Christmas Tree Lighting to honoring veterans and celebrating parks - join us and engage with your community!
Battle Ground Parks & Recreation offer a variety of recreational and educational programs and activities within our community.
Meals on Wheels
- When: Daily, Monday - Friday (except holidays).
- Time: Lunch served 11:30 - 12:30.
- Cost: Donations accepted.
- Location: Battle Ground Community Center - 912 E. Main St., Battle Ground
- Call: 360-666-9158
Battle Ground Community Education
Battle Ground Public Schools' Community Education program offers a variety of educational and recreational programs for all ages. Please visit the Community Education website for a full list of class offerings or call 360-885-6584.
Battle Ground Community Library
Your local library, a branch of the Fort Vancouver Regional Library, offers a variety of programs for youth and adults. Learn more about the Battle Ground Community Library and view their calendar of events and programs. The library is located in Battle Ground Village at 1207 SE 8th Way. Reach them by phone at 360-906-5000.
Youth Programs & Resources
Annual Summer Playground Program: Each year during the 9-week summer break from school, kids come outside to play at local parks for Battle Ground Parks & Recreation's Summer Playground Program.
Battle Ground Community Education: Year-round youth educational and recreational programs are available through Battle Ground Public Schools' Community Education program.
Youth Sports: Visit our Community Resources page for a listing of local youth sports organizations and contact information.
Youth Programs: Visit our Community Resources page for youth-serving organizations.
Gender Equity Policy
It is the policy of the City of Battle Ground to comply with the State of Washington’s “Fair Play in Community Sports Act” (chapter 467, 2009 Laws, effective date July 26, 2009, ESSB 5967) that prohibits discrimination against any person in a community athletic/sports program on the basis of sex. The City and the Department of Parks and Recreation will permit the use of City facilities by individuals and organizations, in a manner designed to insure that the City’s facilities that support athletic / sports programs, provide equal opportunity, and access for both boys and girls, and men and women.