Brambleton Recreation Center


Socially distanced classes are taking place at the Brambleton Recreation Center. We’ve introduced a lineup of group fitness programs taking place on weekday evenings and Saturday mornings. Choose from aerobics, yoga, T’ai Chi and dance exercise programs with your favorite instructors. Registration is available online now.

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About The Center

Brambleton Center is the home to many of Roanoke County’s recreation programs and serves as the premier facility for program registration. This 32,000 square foot center houses a pottery studio, ceramics studio, a fully equipped kitchen and nine community rooms available for rental. Brambleton Center is also the home of Therapeutic Recreation Services of the Roanoke Valley.

Holiday Hours

Christmas Eve: CLOSED
Christmas Day: CLOSED
Friday, December 27: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
New Year's Eve: 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM
New Year's Day: CLOSED

Getting Here

From Route 419, turn North onto Brambleton Ave (Rt. 221). Turn right at the first stoplight onto Valley Forge Ave. Follow it to the top of the hill. The center parking lot is on your left.

  1. Oct 30
  2. Fall Scavenger Hunt (Ages 3+)

    Take a nature hike, follow clues and discover some of the wonders of Fall. Learn about wild animals, plants, and seasonal changes. This is a great family activity for getting outdoors, using your senses, and observing nature. Please dress for the weather. Children must be accompanied by a paid, registered adult.
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  1. Nov 6
  2. Intro to Historic Uses of Plants & Animals (Ages 8+)

    Explore and discover the variety of flora and fauna in Explore Park and find out how Native Americans, settlers, and slaves used the bounty of the forest to survive and thrive. All the basic needs of food, medicine, shelter, clothes, household items and more can be found within the park boundaries. Educational resources and hand-outs will be available. Children must be accompanied by a paid, registered adult.
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  1. Nov 20
  2. Wooly Bears, Fall Facts, Folklore & More (Ages 3+)

    Can a caterpillar forecast the upcoming winter weather? Can a tree? Find out what to look for, how to read the signs and make your own folklore predictions. For many years, farmers and mountain residents depended on signs and messages from nature to guide many of their planting, harvesting, and winter preparation decisions. Let’s explore facts and folklore and see if we can discover a connection. Children must be accompanied by a paid, registered adult.
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