Auburn's Parks and Recreation department offers a full range of indoor facilities. One is bound to suit your needs.
Looking for a field or court? We have softball, baseball, basketball, pickleball, and tennis courts for your use. Some of these are open for reservations, while others are first-come, first-serve.
Our indoor facilities will hold from 40 to 200 people. All of them have at least basic kitchen facilities and restroom access.
The gymnasium at Les Gove Park can serve as a banquet facility, a trade show venue or a meeting space. It is also available as a rental for sporting events. The gymnasium can accommodate up to 400 people.
Our picnic shelters are covered and will hold between 25 and 100 people. The shelters have grills and electrical outlets and plenty of open space for adults and children to play.
Our camping facilities will accommodate RV's, trailers and tents. There is also a day camp area for up to 100 people.
Athletic Fields (Ball Fields and Soccer Fields)
We have fields and courts available for softball, baseball, basketball, pickleball and tennis. Some may be reserved for one-time or league/tournament use; others are first-come, first-serve.
White River Valley Museum (Rental Exhibits)
Need an art or history exhibit to draw visitors? The White River Valley Museum can help.
Any large or public event that uses a park may require approval by the Auburn Parks, Arts and Recreation Board or their designee. Examples of special uses are, but not limited to, religious or political activities; dances; tournaments; concessions; indoor events open to the public; outdoor events such as weddings, dog shows, car shows, running or walking events, amplified performances, art shows and events with inflatable toys.
Auburn Parks, Arts & Recreation has published a Parks Amenities and Facility Rental Guide. Download the complete guide (PDF) or pick up a copy of the Guide at any of the following locations:
- Parks, Arts & Recreation Office: 910 Ninth St SE
- Auburn Senior Activity Center: 808 Ninth St SE
- White River Valley Museum: 918 H St SE
- Auburn City Hall: 25 West Main Street