320 S. Cities Service Hwy
Sulphur, LA 70663
Phone: (337) 626-7000
Fax: (337) 626-7013
McMurry Park is a fantastic recreational facility in Sulphur, offering a host of sports facilities. The multiple playgrounds at the park feature a lush tree cover, and there's numerous picnic areas for families. Prominent sports facilities at the park include baseball fields, tennis courts as well as a basketball pavilion.
With a seasonal swimming pool and a multitude of sports facilities, Center Circle Park is one of the most visited in the city. There's an expansive playground as well as facilities like tennis courts, basketball courts as well as numerous picnic areas.
SPAR Waterpark is administered by the local municipal body and offers an array of water attractions. Situated on West Parish Road, it is home to a swimming pool and several water rides. It also remains a chosen venue for swimming competitions.
The expansive Frasch Park is a lush stretch, with a pleasant tree cover, and excellent facilities for sports and recreations. The park has multiple playgrounds, tennis courts, baseball fields as well as sand volleyball courts.
Prien Lake Park is nestled on the banks of its namesake lake. Perfect for family recreation, its features include an amphitheater, picnic area, walking paths and playgrounds.
Enjoy a few rounds of golf at Gray Plantation Golf Club. This state-of-the-art golf course features a picturesque landscape, challenging layout, and lush flora and fauna.
Imperial Calcasieu Museum is a major hub for visual arts in Southwest Louisiana. It organizes an array of exhibitions, events and educational programs that provide a platform for emerging and established artists.
Millennium Park is a great place for family recreation. Located by the lake, this scenic park features a playground, climbing areas and water sprinklers.
Located in downtown, the Children's Museum offers an array of interactive exhibits, workshops and programs for kids that are educational and fun. Befriend Iggy Iguana at the Nature Center, climb the Horizontal Rock Wall, and learn Bernoulli's Principle in the physics room, among fascinating activities.
Sam Houston Jones State Park is a sprawling 1087-acre (439-hectare) natural oasis. Named after the state's 37th governor, this picturesque landscape is replete with hiking trails, bird-watching spots and water sports amenities.
Perkins Ferry Park is a recreational oasis in Calcasieu Parish. This scenic lakeside park is ideal for walking, hiking, bird-watching and picnics.