The South Portland Community Center will be open during the following hours, beginning September 2015
Monday - Friday 6:00am - 9:00pm
Saturday 7:00am - 7:00pm
Sunday 12:00pm - 8:00pm
For more specific information on programs, please click on the Recreation Department or Aquatics Program links above or call the Customer Service Desk at 767-7650
Register for programs at www.sopoparksrec.com. You must first CREATE AN ACCOUNT before you can register for any programs.
South Portland Community Center Hours of Operation
Monday - Thursday: 6:00am- 9:00pm
Fridays: 6:00am- 5:30pm
CLOSED: Saturdays and Sundays
Parks, Recreation, & Waterfront
21 Nelson Road
Phone Number: 207-767-7650
For more information on programs please call 767-7650, check out our fall brochure by clicking the "Program Brochure" tab in the left hand menu or stop by and see us in person!
"Our mission is to provide, maintain and develop recreational facilities, open space and leisure opportunities that will enhance the well being of the citizens of the community"
SPCC Walking Track
If the Community Center is open, the track is available for your use. Occasionally, there are times that the track may be closed to the public. We will provide as much advance notice as possible when this occurs. Please bring your walking shoes with you and put them on once you are inside the Community Center.
12 laps around the track is equal to 1 mile.
The track is free for South Portland residents. Non-residents under the age of 55 must pay $1.00 each time they use the track. Payment is made at the front desk when you sign in. Non-residents over the age of 55 do not need to pay to use the track.
The track schedule and guidelines are published each month and copies are available at the Community Center or at our web site, which is www. southportland.org . We sell lap counters for $5.00 each.
It is very important that you sign in AND out while using the walking track. Our sign-in sheet is located in the lobby at the Community Center. This information is very helpful for tracking the facility usage as well as building security issues.