Rosemont Neighborhood Center and Pool

Children on the playground at Rosemont Neighborhood Center.


In mid 2021 the city opened the Rosemont Neighborhood Center Gym. This includes a 94-foot long, 50-foot wide, hardwood floor designed to accommodate NBA, WNBA, college and high school basketball games. It will also be able to simultaneously accommodate two 84-foot long by 50-foot wide high school basketball games. Restroom, locker room and storage areas are also included. The space may also be used for pickle ball, volleyball, fencing, tumbling, aerobics, job fairs and other events.

The new gym is LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Gold certified which means it’s a highly efficient and cost saving green building. There are solar panels on the roof to run the money saving LED lights and efficient air conditioning system.

Youth/Teen Activities

Counselor in Training: (ages 14-15)
This year-round volunteer program offers teens the opportunity to learn job skills by assisting with recreation staff during programs and events.

Rosemont Rhoses: (ages 8-16)
This program will be providing a program impacting youth, specifically females, thereby upholding its vision to change people’s lives, embody the spirit of hope, improve communities and make the City of Orlando a better place to live. These youth can participate in scheduled activities Girlz Inc will plan and sponsor. Providing positive experiences with the youth, training them to believe that they too can directly affect their community. Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6 – 7:30 p.m.  Cost: free

Rosemont Dueling Dragons: (8th – 11th grade)
Beginning in March, Rosemont Neighborhood Center will present Dueling Dragons, an innovative mentoring program that is at the forefront of building relationships between law enforcement and youth. A competitive canoe racing team consisting of 20 paddlers, one drummer and one steerer. *Must pass a swim test.

Volunteer Coaches Wanted:
We are currently seeking positions for citizens to volunteer coach for our sports programs, which include two practices and one game each week.

Ballin’ After Dark (16 and up):
Prevention program that provides participants with a safe and positive alternative to Friday night activities. This open gym basketball program is offered Fridays from 6 - 9 p.m.

Adult/Senior Activities

Seniors Program: (ages 55 and older) Rosemont Classic's is offered on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Cost: Free