Two Rivers Activity Center (TRAC) is a community recreation center for all ages designed to support health and wellness in Jamestown North Dakota. TRAC is owned and operated by Jamestown Parks and Recreation District.
Our cause is to make the community the best place to live and play by providing resources, programs and opportunities that promote health and well-being. Our work focuses on; health and wellness programming, recreational and leisure activities, and youth development.
We value the following in the services we provide to the community;
Community- We are all in this together.
Quality- We provide an exceptional experience.
Integrity- We act with high ethical standards.
Inspiration- We believe in what we do to make a difference.
Activities, programs, and services offered at TRAC include:
- Aquatics Center with two water slides, lap swim area, lazy river, zero-entry play area, climbing wall, warm water lesson and therapy pool, whirlpool/hot tub, and sauna.
- Learning Center childcare for children 3-5 years old and before, after, and summer programming for school age children.
- Individual cardio and strength training equipment
- Group fitness activity classrooms
- Multi-use courts (basketball, tennis, volleyball, pickleball, etc.)
- Walking/jogging track
- Multi-use indoor field turf
- Multi-purpose rooms for parties, meetings, etc.
- Locker rooms (companion, men’s, women’s)
History of Two Rivers Activity Center
The community began to discuss the need for additional recreation space in February of 2008. At that time, Jamestown Public Schools Superintendent, Robert Toso, convened a group of individuals and organizations that shared a desire to work together towards the reality of a community recreation center. Over the course of several meetings the Two Rivers Activity Center Board was created. The founding organizations were Jamestown Public Schools, Jamestown Parks and Recreation, James River Family YMCA, Jamestown Tennis Association, and Jamestown Gymnastics Club. In addition to representatives from these organizations, community members filled three at-large board positions. This board met for several years to assess the community need, interest in moving forward, and to develop a business plan. In late 2014 and early 2015 the board determined that the time was appropriate to move forward with a referendum to secure a 1% city sales tax for the construction, operation and maintenance of Two Rivers Activity Center.