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Rancho Bernardo-Glassman Recreation Center

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What's Coming

Snow in the Park Event

The Snow in the Park Event is back at Rancho Bernardo Community Park on December 3rd from 12-4pm. We will have Snow on the hillside for the community to enjoy, as well as hot coco and cookies with Santa. There will be activities for the kids that will include a tiny tot jumper and a large obstacle course to enjoy. Dress in your snow cloths and bring a sled, and get ready for snow in San Diego.

See our PDF icon Snow in the Park flyer for more information.

Programs and Open Play

We are offering open play pickleball as well as Social Play for people who are learning or playing for fun, and competitive play for the more serious player. We also offer daily Open play basketball and now Open Play Volleyball on Friday. Please scroll down to the calendar below and see all of the open play times.

We are also hosting our Movies in the Park event on June 18th. We will be playing the Walt Disney Classic Aristocats.The second movie we will be hosting is Encanto on August 20th, the events are free of charge and offers activities before hand as well as food for purchase. The movie will start at dusk, please bring lawn chairs, blanket and anything else to make the movie under the stars a great experience for the whole family.

History of the Center

The Rancho Bernardo Recreation Center was built in 1995. In January 2002, the center's name was changed to add Stuart Glassman's name. Glassman, who died in 2001, was a dedicated volunteer who saw that many recreational opportunities came to the community.

Directions and Bus Route

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From Interstate 15 take the West Bernardo Drive/Pomerado Road exit and turn left at the traffic light. Proceed around Hodges Reservoir for approximately a quarter of a mile, then turn right on Rancho Bernardo Community Park Drive. The center is on the left.

The center is accessible by bus via SDMTS Route 20.