The New Brighton Parks and Recreation Department offers a complete line of adult exercise programs. Choose from a variety of fun activities for adults, including:
- Group Fitness Classes
- Personal Training
- Golf Leagues at Brightwood Hills
- CPR/AED, First Aid and Life Saving Classes
For adults 55 and older, visit our 55+ Activities page for information on day trips, card clubs, AARP classes and other programs.
View the latest adult recreation programs and classes offered through the city of New Brighton below, including volleyball and softball leagues!
Get out on the dance floor with these 3 easy to learn dances: Night Club 2-Step, Swing Hustle and Slow Dance. Learn partnership connection, fun patterns and turns. These dances work well on a crowded dance floor! Classes are held at the New Brighton Community Center.
Keep busy this fall and winter learning the basic techniques of the art of fly tying. You will learn how to tie nine trout flies and the techniques that will allow you to tie thousands of other fly patterns for trout, pan-fish, bass, and more. Classes are held at the New Brighton Community Center on Tuesdays.
Pickleball, a combination of tennis, badminton, and ping pong, is one of the fastest growing sports in the country. Pickleball is a fun and easy way to exercise and meet new people. Whether you want to sign up for a Pickleball “Learn to Play Clinic” or stop by an adult open gym, there is something for everyone! Several wooden paddle racquets and plastic poly balls will be available for players to use during open gym. Please ring your own racquet if you have one. View program information for days and times. Outdoor Pickleball courts are also located at Hansen Park and Hidden Oaks Park in New Brighton.
A variety of summer and fall softball leagues are offered in New Brighton. Men’s and Co-Rec Summer Leagues are offered with your preference of single or doubleheader games. Summer leagues run from the end of April to the end of July. All games are played on New Brighton fields. Fall leagues run starting mid-August for 5 weeks of doubleheaders. Summer leagues will be posted starting in January.
Adult Women’s Volleyball Leagues are offered on Wednesday evenings and Co-Rec Volleyball Leagues are held on Thursday evenings. Leagues use USVBA rules and are designated Class C. There are two 10-week sessions per year, fall and winter. The sessions consist of round robin play and a tournament at the end of the winter session. Matches are played at Highview Middle School North Gym.