The Roseau Parks & Recreation Department strives to provide various recreational programs to the residents of Roseau. Some of the programs provided through the Park and Recreation Department include:
Summer Youth Ball: The City of Roseau sponsors a summer youth ball program for boys and girls ages 3-7. This is a non-traveling league. The youth ball program runs from June through the beginning of August on Thursday nights. Registration for summer youth ball is held until May 8th, 2017. No late registration after this deadline will be accepted. Sign up with Angie at the City Office, 463-2351.
The Roseau Baseball Booster Club offers a Cal Ripken/Babe Ruth Traveling Baseball program for ages 9-15. Registration is held in April and can be done on-line. For additional information on that program, please contact Tracey Wensloff @ 424-7285 or Andy Ziegler at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Adult Co-ed Softball league: If you are interested in heading up an adult softball league in Roseau, please contact Chad @ email@example.com
Soccer: The City of Roseau also provides a recreational fall youth soccer program Saturdays at North Star Park for children ages 4 to 18. Participants will learn basic soccer skills and games are played each week. League starts in September and ends in October each year. Watch for information in August to register your child.
MinnAqua: The City of Roseau and the Minnesota DNR sponsor a summer MinnAqua educational event each summer at the Roseau City Park. Participants will learn about the environment and the outdoors in a fun day at the Roseau City Park
Hockey: The City of Roseau hosts various hockey leagues for young and old at the Memorial Arena. MAHA provides hockey programs for boys and girls ages 4 and up. Various senior leagues also provide hockey opportunities for adult hockey players.
Public Skating: The City of Roseau and the Roseau Community School work jointly to offer public skating and open hockey opportunities for young and old alike at both the Roseau Memorial Arena, North Rink and Rams Sports Center.
Sledding: The City of Roseau Parks and recreation department maintains a sledding hill in South Riverside Park (east of the Roseau Fire Hall) for winter sledding opportunities.
Exercise Facility: Roseau’s best kept secret! The Roseau school work out room. Clean. Top of the line equipment.
Fitness Center Hours: Monday-Friday: Open-General Public: 5:30-7:30am, School Classes: 7:30-8:10am, Closed for Cleaning: 8:10-8:30am, School Classes: 8:30-3:00pm, Open: General Public: 3:00-9:00pm. Saturday & Sunday: Saturday: 1:00-9:00pm, Sunday: 1:00-8:00pm.
**No one under 7th grade allowed in the fitness center!
**Workout clothes required, be sure your shoes are dry!