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City staff or private contractors are responsible for mowing all parks.
There are 36 parks.
Pickleball lines have been painted (with portable nets) on tennis courts at the Beaumont Municipal Tennis Center. Additionally, there are pickleball lines on two of the tennis courts at Rogers Park, but you would need your own net.
No, alcohol is not allowed in city parks or community buildings, unless it is a City-sponsored event such as Octoberfest, for example.
Yes, parties are allowed, provided that all ordinances are followed. You can have a jump house 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.
Please call 409-838-3613 for more details.
It is permissible to use your own grill. However, vehicles are not allowed in the park.
Specific parks allow for potential vending opportunities. Please call 409-838-3613 for more details.
Yes, you can play indoor basketball at the Sterling Pruitt Activity Center at 2930 Gulf Street.
The Sterling Pruitt Activity Center has a weight room and multi-purpose rooms. The Lakeside Center at 150 Magnolia Street also has various exercise programming. If you have questions regarding the Lakeside Center, please call 409-838-1902.
Yes, there is a pro shop inside the Beaumont Municipal Tennis Center.
City-sponsored teams include the Summer Track Program. Other sports leagues are managed and maintained by private groups.
Please contact our Recreation Division at 409-838-3613, ext. 1213.
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 on the Recreation page.
The staff is considering all options. This playground was built in the early 1980s and has served countless citizens since then.
Yes. However, it is the responsibility of the individual to ensure that the grounds are returned to the same condition as they were before the bounce house was erected.
City pools (Magnolia Park and Alice Keith Park) are open between Memorial Day and Labor Day, Tuesdays through Sundays from noon to 5 pm.
Splashpads are open year-round (maintenance/weather permitting). They are located at the following parks: Central, Charlton-Pollard, Cottonwood, Halbouty, Liberia, Perlstein, Pine Street, Roberts, Rogers, and Sprott.
Camp registration typically opens in early April for two sessions - June and July. It is available for children ages 5 to 12 on a first-come, first serve basis.
Summer camp information is available at the Sterling Pruitt Activity Center. Call 409-838-3613 for more information.
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.
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.
Visit the Reserve page to get started.
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 and Rec Guide to learn more.
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.