Remington has TWO great town parks to enjoy!

The Original Town Park is centrally located in town near several convenience stores in case snacks or beverages are needed while you play! It is home to a large playground with multiple slides and swings for all ages and a great basketball court. It also has an open shelter with restrooms and picnic tables. The local Boy Scouts have a cabin located in the park as well. 

The Remington Community Park is located in the northwest part of town. With the recent addition of the SPLASH PAD, the Community Park is popular among local and out of town visitors! It has two shelters available for use or rent: an open shelter with restrooms and picnic tables and an enclosed shelter with restrooms and picnic tables.  This park also has both a baseball and softball field, which are home to the Tri-County Cavalier High School teams as well as the summer youth programs. You will also find newly resurfaced tennis courts on the west side of the park and a popular basketball court near the playground. There are walking trails that go throughout the woods behind the ball diamonds, with the expansion of The Parks Department expects to add a walking/biking trail in the very near future, however there is an existing nature trail in the wooded area behind the baseball diamonds. The Community Park also has several beautiful, green soccer fields equipped with nets. These fields are used by Remington’s popular youth soccer program in the fall. The park has two wonderful playgrounds, an enclosed infant/toddler playground and a larger playground for children of all ages. The large hill south of the softball diamond is perfect for winter sledding!

Help keep Remington GREEN with on-site RECYCLING at both locations!

Check out the new tennis clinic coming to Remington Community Park
To get things started we are having a FREE clinic on July 1st! 


Original Town Park Facilities:

  • ·         Basketball Court
  • ·         Shelter #1
  • ·         Playground
  • ·         Boy Scout Cabin
  • ·         Free Parking
  • ·         Recycling and Trash Cans 


Remington Community Park Facilities:

  • ·         Splash Pad
  • ·         Basketball Court
  • ·         Baseball Field
  • ·         Softball Field
  • ·         Tennis Courts
  • ·         Soccer Fields
  • ·         Free Parking
  • ·         Shelter # 2
  • ·         Shelter #3
  • ·         Horseshoe Pits
  • ·         Sand Volleyball Courts
  • ·         Walking Trails
  • ·         Recycling and Trash Cans




Shelter #1- $50

Shelter 1 is located on the west side of the Original Town Park with parking available next to the shelter.  It is an open shelter with restrooms and picnic tables.  Recycling and trash cans are on site for use as well.

Shelter #2- $50

Shelter 2 is located at the south entrance of the Community Park.  Free parking for the shelter and the park is located beside the shelter.  It is an open shelter with restrooms and picnic tables.  Recycling and trash cans are on site for use as well.

Shelter #3- $75

Shelter 3 is located nearest the Splash Pad.  Access to the shelter is from the West entrance to the park.  Free parking is available nearest the shelter and the Splash Pad.   It is an enclosed shelter with roll up doors that can be opened for nice weather.  There are restrooms and picnic tables in the shelter.  Recycling and trash cans are on site for use as well.


The Park Department Superintendent is Mike Babcock.  Contact him at 219-819-0162 or through the Town Hall at 219-261-2523.  The Town Hall staff will be happy to make park shelter reservations for you or your organization.

Park board members are: 

  • Rudy Taulman, President
  • Dana Pampel, Vice-President
  • Jim Stringfellow, Secretary/Treasurer 
  • Ashley Clark, member      
  • Don Pampel, member


Remington Town Park 
 Effective Immediately as of May 2017:

No pets are allowed inside the fenced baseball and softball diamond at the community park, with the exception of service animals.

Damage to the fields and failure to pick up animal waste despite signs posted in the parks has led the Park Board to this decision. In addition, the town of Remington has a tethered animal ordinance and allowing pets off leash, even inside the diamonds, violates this ordinance.

Many members of our board are pet owners who enjoy visiting the parks with our own pets, so trust us when we said this decision did not come lightly. However, the maintenance of our parks and safety of our patrons is our main priority. Additional signage will be posted in the coming weeks near the diamonds.


Thank you,

Remington Park Board

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