Please contact the Parks and Recreation Department for:
- Tree planting regulations
- Facility rentals
- Sunken Garden rentals
- YRB Reservation Form
The City of Clovis Parks and Recreation Department provides an array of physical resources for residents. Included in the resource base are seventeen parks or recreational areas, encompassing 3,700 acres of which 900 acres are developed for recreational use. There are: 5 youth baseball fields; 5 adult softball fields; 4 youth softball fields; 11 soccer fields; 2 youth football fields; 1 Rugby Pitch; 1 Cricket Pitch; 23 open play areas; 1 skate park; 3 outdoor basketball courts; four sand volleyball courts and dog park.
Hillcrest Park This Park is 157 acres bordered by Sycamore, 14th, Norris and 7th streets. This Park provides lighted playing fields for baseball, youth football and softball play each with restrooms. There are unlit playing fields for Soccer, Tennis, Volleyball and Basketball. A Dog Park with separate areas for large dogs and small dogs is available. The park has picnic areas with tables and shelters as well as a walking trail. This park has an indoor swimming pool with aerobic workout facility and a newly constructed Splash Park. There is a newly remodeled facility called Sisler Youth Recreation Building (YRB) that is available for rental. The Sunken Garden which is a botanical garden is a popular site for wedding rentals. Hillcrest Park is also home to the 2nd largest Zoo in the state of New Mexico.
Ned Houk Park This park is located on Highway 209 North. There are 370 developed acres out of 3,200 acres available. This area provides 4 basketball courts, 2 ball fields, archery range, motor sports race track, trails for ATV vehicles and horses, Disc Golf course and a model airplane flying area. The park has three lakes of which one is stocked with fish for recreation fishing. There are several picnic areas with playground equipment and restroom facilities. There is a large area with band shell and tables available for rental. Also located in this park is the Old Homestead Museum and Pappy Thornton Farm Museum.
Greene Acres Park (21st Street, Main and Mitchell) 24 acres with a lake that is stocked for bank fishing only. This park has one lighted tennis court, a walking trail, playground, basketball court, and skate park. The park has restrooms and a girl’s softball field. Several picnic tables and shelters are available.
Bob Spencer Park (Echols and Lore) 15 acres. This area has 2 softball fields that have lighting, playground area, a rugby field, a cricket field, concession stand and restroom facilities.
Dennis Chavez Park (14th and Hull) 10 acres. This park has a lake that is stocked with fish for bank fishing only, a lighted playground that is handicapped accessible, picnic areas with shelters and a ½ mile cement walking trail.
Potter Park (Upsilon and 7th Street) 8 acres. This park contains an outdoor swimming pool, tennis courts, basketball court, 1 youth football field, 1 little league baseball field, restrooms and a large shelter for picnics.
Rierson Park (Hammett and Rierson) 6 acres. This park provides a restroom, soccer field, play equipment, a shelter and a baseball/softball practice field.
Highland Park (Main and Manana) 4 acres. This park has a lighted ball field, restroom, playground and picnic area
Sunset Park (El Camino and Bonita) 1 acre. This small area has a playground, a basketball court and a shelter.
Brady Field (Brady Avenue) 3 acres. This park is leased from Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad (BNSF) and provides a ball field for summer and school use.
Fourteenth Street Park (14th Street and Fairmont) 4 acres. This park is a grassed area with newly planted trees that is used for youth league practice and YMCA T-Ball league.
Colonial Park Golf Course (1300 Colonial Parkway). This is an 18 hole championship municipal golf course. The golf course includes a well stocked pro shop, driving range, Banquet room that can be rented and a restaurant.
Goodwin Lake Walking Trail (Trail head entrance is located at 3201 North Prince Street) 40+ acres. This natural grass land is used as a nature walking or bicycling trail. It has a 1 and 1/8 mile paved trail around a playa lake.
Pat Sandoval Park (2nd Street and Rencher) 1 acre. This area has play equipment, 2 tennis courts, basketball area and 3 shelters.
Roy Walker Community Center (316 West 2nd Street). This is a recreation center with two full sized gymnasiums that are used for youth, men, women and mixed league play in Volleyball and Basketball. It also has a fully equipped weight room, multipurpose room and a boxing gym.
500 N. Sycamore
Clovis, NM 88101
Telephone: (575) 769-7870
Fax: (575) 769-4800
Director: Bill Bizzell
Times of Operation:
8am-5pm Monday- Friday