Acme Brick Park

Acme Brick Park
580.323.4572

Mission:

The mission of Acme Brick park is to provide a broad program of sport, recreation, leisure and fitness activities for youth and adults to enhance their personal lifestyle and improve their quality of life.


Vision:

Acme Brick Park promotes the desire of youth and adults to seek and maintain a balanced, healthy lifestyle. The Park ensures that its environment and programs remain stimulating, challenging and inviting. Recreation and leisure activities offered by Acme Brick Park focus on integrating mind and body through positive traditional and non-traditional recreation and sports activities.


History of Acme Brick Park:

The Acme Brick Plant was purchased in 1944 and it was the first plant purchased in a decade due to the Great Depression. It closed its doors in 1986. The City of Clinton purchased the property that the plant occupied, including the buildings where bricks had been made for decades. After purchasing the property, the City developed it into Acme Brick Park.

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About Acme Brick Park:

Acme Brick Park is the crown jewel of Clinton’s parks, featuring a miniature train ride, a one-mile nature trail winding around two ponds that are stocked for fishing, a 68-acre irrigated and lighted playing field area, a memorial wall to honor veterans from our community, indoor fitness facilities, and more. It is the home of the administrative offices for Clinton Parks & Recreation.

The facilities inside Acme Brick Park include a fitness and racquetball center, enclosed walking track, batting cages and several basketball half-courts. The fitness center contains a cardio room and a weight room. Cardio equipment includes treadmills, elliptical trainers, recumbent bicycles, cycling bicycles and a rowing machine. Weight equipment includes an entire circuit of selectorized weight machines, dumbbells (3 lbs-100 lbs), and bars/barbells along with several benches.

Our indoor facilities can be rented for birthday parties, baby showers or other family gatherings. To reserve the facility, please contact the front desk for availability and you can fill out this form to speed up the process: Park Shelter Pavilion Rental Form (2).pdf

Staff at Acme Brick Park work to create programs that enhance the quality of life for the citizens of our community. Programs for youth include blastball (3-4 year olds), Lil Kickers (3-4 year olds), Volleyball (1st through 6th Grades), Flag Football (1st through 4th Grades), an After School Program (Kindergarten through 6th Grade) and Active Afternoons (1st through 6th Grades), an afternoon Summer Camp.

Programs for adults include Men's Softball, Co-Ed Softball, Tennis, Basketball, Flag Football, SoftballTournaments, a Homerun Derby, Mud Run, Mud Volleyball Tournament, Fitness Classes and Personal Training opportunities.

  • Acme Brick Pavilion

    Great Place for large events such as art shows or flea markets or small events such as birthday parties and family reunions!

  • Activity Center

    Fitness Center, Racqueball Courts(Currently under construction), Enclosed Walking Track, Basketball Half-Courts, Batting Cages and LOTS more in family fitness & entertainment!

  • Centennial Train

    The C.P. Huntington replica train carries visitors on a one-mile ride that includes crossing the lake over a bridge, and a trip through the dark tunnel. Wonderful attraction for adults and children alike!



Helpful Numbers

  • City Hall: 323-0261
  • Chamber of Commerce: 323-2222
  • Frisco Conference Center: 323-7874
  • Utilities: 323-0217
  • Public Works: 323-1678
  • Police: 323-2323
  • Fire: 323-2298