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Executive Director of
Parks & Recreation
Parks & Public Grounds Superintendent
(ASA, TAAF, TTAB)
Recreation Services Superintendent
Senior Citizens Coordinator
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To celebrate Park and Recreation Month, Killeen Parks and Recreation has scheduled several local park events throughout July:
July 8: Sidewalk Chalk Fun at Lion's Club Park, 10am-12pm
July 10: Movie in the Park at Killeen Community Center Amphitheater, pre-movie activities start at 8pm
July 11: Cotton Candy at Conder Park, 11am
July 15: Fly a Kite at Long Branch Park, 10am-1pm
July 17: Movie in the Park at Killeen Community Center Amphitheater, pre-movie activities start at 8pm
July 22: Bubbles at Rotary Park, 10am-1pm
July 24: Movie in the Park at Killeen Community Center Amphitheater, pre-movie activities start at 8pm
July 25: Cotton Candy at Conder Park, 11am
July 29: 3 Point Contest at Marlboro Park, 11am
July 31: Movie in the Park at Killeen Communtiy Center Amphitheatre, pre-movie activities start at 8pm
For more information call 254-501-6391.Read More
The City of Killeen has a very extensive Parks and Recreation program.
On W.S. Young Drive, we offer athletics fields, where we host regional and national tournaments and the Community Center, which is a multi purpose facility with gym, meeting rooms and outdoors event area.
On Stan Schlueter Loop we have the Family Recreation Center and Aquatics Center at Lions Club Park. The second floor weight room at the Family Recreation Center is called the Tommie Harris Fitness Center, as a tribute to the NFL Player, who donated the gym equipment. Tommie Harris, who has played for the Chicago Bears and presently is a DT for the San Diego Chargers (player profile), was raised in Killeen, and went to C.E. Ellison High School. We are very grateful for his generous gift and proud to honor his name in this manner.
On Roy Reynolds, you will find the Stonetree Golf Course. It was built in 1970 but was completely renovated in 2005. Open to the public, we hold 25-30 annual golf tournaments and host some of the major area fundraisers. The course is laid out over rolling terrain with a wide variety of trees and several small lakes with fountains.