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Smithville Parks and Recreation Department
The Parks and Recreation Department provides leisure opportunities for all citizens of Smithville and surrounding communities. We are committed to establishing a safe, fun, and relaxing environment for the public. Activities and programs within the department will promote community involvement and learning atmosphere. We encourage all citizens to be active and to pursue a higher quality of life.
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Smithville Recreation Center
The City of Smithville Recreation Center is a city-owned 22,500 square foot multi-purpose facility. The building features a full-sized UIL standard gymnasium and theatrical stage. It is also equipped with meeting rooms, a kitchen, racquetball court, weight room, cardio room and both men's and women's restrooms with lockers and showers for your convenience. We offer several fitness classes throughout the week and many programs for adults and kids throughout the year.
106 Royston Street Smithville, TX 78957
Hours of Operation
Phone (512) 237-3282 x 7 / Fax (512) 237-3417
Ashley Garrison-Recreation Center Director ( x 2323)
Kay Hurst-Recreation Supervisor / Program Coordinator ( x 2320)
Lea Evan-Recreation Supervisor / Rental Coordinator ( x 2322)
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Smithville is also a host to many parks that are owned and maintained by the City of Smithville Parks and Recreation Department. The parks are all kept clean and well-maintained, and each park offers features that will provide a fun or relaxing time for the entire community. Riverbend Park & the Recreation Center is also equipped with Wi-Fi for your availability.
For more countywide Park and Recreation opportunities please visit: www.playbastropco.com
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