The Recreation Department at the City of Beaumont is devoted to all the things that get your blood pumping and gets you outdoors. We have 5 facilities with indoor spaces, as well as fields and courts sprinkled around our 38 public parks. Want to learn a new sport, or maybe start a league of your own? We have you covered! We offer lessons for Pickleball, rentals for Disc Golf, and so much more. Read our Recreation Guide to see what’s possible in your own backyard.

Our Facilities

From swimming to Pickleball, we have a facility in Beaumont to fit all your fitness desires!

Sterling Pruitt Activity Center

2930 Gulf Street
Beaumont, TX 77703

The Lakeside Center

150 Magnolia Street
Beaumont, TX 77701

Municipal Tennis Center

6455 College Drive
Beaumont, TX 77707

Discover your new favorite place to exercise, play or relax

Reserve one of our great facilities for your next event or meeting

To Reserve a Tennis Court, please email [email protected].

Learn information about our several community centers.

Closed Facilities

Due to the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, the following facilities are unavailable:
Riverfront Park – Closed Indefinitely

FAQs

In order to rent a community building, or to reserve a park shelter, call the PARD Administrative Office at 409.838.3613 – Option 3.  Our parks, however, are not available for rental.  Further questions can be answered by calling 409.838.3613 – Option 3. 

Yes, parties are allowed, provided that all ordinances are followed. You can have a jumphouse and/or a tent, but we do not provide electricity or water.  You will need to provide your own power. No personal grills or alcohol are permitted in any city park.

 

Alcohol is not allowed in city parks or community buildings, unless it is a City-sponsored event such as Octoberfest, for example. 

Park shelters are available all over the city on a first, come first serve basis. They are covered and offer seating with trashcans. They can be reserved for no charge by calling 409.839.3613. 

There are four community centers at Alice Keith, Central Park, John Paul Davis and Rogers Park. Community centers come equipped with a kitchen (no stove), refrigerator, 200 chairs, 30 six-foot tables, and restrooms. They can be reserved for a fee by calling 409.839.3613 or submitting the booking inquiry form.

The City of Beaumont has 36 parks, 10 splash pads, four community centers, two pools, two hike and bike trails, one golf course, one dog park, one activity center, and one tennis center. Check out our Parks & Rec Guide to learn more.

A LOT! There’s tennis, basketball, baseball, softball, track, archery, disc golf, futsal, pickleball, and plenty of other team and individual sports to participate in. Learn more here.

Alice Keith Pool, Magnolia Pool and the 10 splash pads are open seasonally Memorial Day through Labor Day pending no staffing issues with lifeguards. Learn more here.

Camp registration typically opens in early April for two sessions – June and July. It is available for children ages 5-12 on a first come, first serve basis.

Every year, the City invests in improvements. In 2023, there was a 1.4 million dollar budget allocated to 11 Parks projects. Follow City Council for updates on specific projects and timelines.