Park & Recreation
Seymour Memorial Park
The City Park was established in 1921. The 26.5 acre park is located on what was known as McClain Grove because of its wonderful growth of Live Oaks. Fair Park Stadium and the bathhouses along the rock walls that border the perimeter of the park were built by the WPA. In 2013 the city was fortunate enough to have a benefactor for new playground equipment. There is also a 1 mile walk track that circles through the park and up the hill by our hospital. You can cross the one of the Seymour Creek bridges and follow it around the Portwood Pavilion and add another 1/4 mile to your walk. Many citizens use this track.
If you are interested in reserving the park or the Portwood Pavilion please contact the City.
The Portwood Pavilion is located at 800 E Morris St, in the Seymour City Park. It offers a large covered patio area, dining/meeting space, kitchen, & bathrooms. Newly renovated, the Portwood Pavilion is an excellent space for reunions, birthday parties, and other celebrations. Please contact City Hall at 940.889.3148 to make your reservation.
Weekdays – Monday thru Friday
$50/Hour + $100 Deposit
(3Hr Min. & 12Hr Max)
$300.00 Flat Rate + $100 Deposit (1 Days)
$600 Flat Rate + $100 Deposit (2 Days)
Hours: 7am to 12 am midnight
Seymour Sound Garden
The feature of this park is the Freenotes Harmony Park sound equipment. Designed to enhance the physical and mental development through the exploration of sound, Freenotes are accessible to people with physical and developmental disabilities. “Only the simplest of motor skills are needed to activate pure harmonies ensuring success for all players. Providing gratifying musical experiences in public places builds confidence and self-esteem.” These musical instruments appeal to everyone, from young to old.
City Hall Cinema
The Seymour City Hall Cinema opened it’s doors, thanks to a grant, in November 2016. In their first year, the City Hall Cinema provided $32,500 worth of FREE entertainment, and raised $3,230.50 for local non-profits/service-civic groups/individuals.
The City Hall Cinema is FREE to the public and regularly shows movies the 2nd and 4th weekends of the month, on Fridays and Saturdays. Concession stand is available with popcorn, various candies, cookies, sodas, and water. Proceeds either go to a local group or back into the maintenance of the cinema.
Public Basket Ball Courts
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These public basketball courts were refinished in 2020 after an interlocal agreement was entered into between the City of Seymour and the Seymour ISD. The water Department office are to the South and the 1956 Auditorium & Cafeteria are to the North. The courts are lit at night.
Seymour Disc Golf Course
Established in 1999, this 18 hole course is moderately hilly and wooded. Course length is 4414 ft with concrete tees and DISCatcher baskets. Hole Length: Under 300ft: 15 | 300 – 400ft: 3 | Over 400ft. Printable course maps and score cards coming soon!
One online reviewer said, ” Short but very enjoyable course in this small NW Texas town. Half the course is hilly and open; half is flat and tight. Very pretty park with some large trees and a nice creek.”
Seymour City Pool & Splash Pad
Seymour boasts the largest pool in the area. It’s Olympic size entertains many every year. There are different roped off depths, a diving board, and two slides. **2019 New slide pictured above** The pool opens exclusively in the morning for senior citizens. There is a club house with showers, bathrooms,and a concession stand.
Another new edition to our park area in 2013 is the Seymour Splash Pad equipped with spray jets of various kinds and a double dump bucket. This is also available for rent during the summer months.
Seymour Tennis Courts
The community Tennis Courts of Seymour are located on Stadium Drive, on Seymour ISD grounds, just to the East of the football feild. The 4 courts are open to the public and there is a Seymour Community Tennis Association as well that encourages tennis in the area, holds clinics, camps, and tournaments.
2 fields with individual score boards, 2 sets stadium seats for each field, concession stand, speaker equipment (for league use), & ample parking .
Salt Fork Recreational Complex
Seymour also has an excellent municipal owned nine-hole golf course located 2 miles south from downtown on Highway 187/287 toward Throckmorton. The Salt Fork also has a tennis court, swimming pool, and outdoor pavilion. Meeting rooms and a kitchen area are also available for rent. Cart rentals and a Golf Pro Shop is located in the club house. Fishing is also available to the public.
Memberships available. Green Fees: Monday thru Friday Green Fees: $20/person,
Saturday & Sunday Green Fees: $25/person. Carts: $15 per person
Swimming: $5/person, Seasonal hours only when a lifeguard is on duty.
Shooting: $10 Daily Pass