Raymond Rimkus Park Reservations
(210) 684-1391 ext. 211
Raymond Rimkus Park, named after Leon Valley's First Mayor, is a beautiful 22 acre park located at the corner of Poss and Evers Roads . Open daily to the public from sunrise until dusk (No Camping Allowed), NO exception for the EASTER WEEKEND. Park rules are enforced by the Leon Valley Police Department. The pavilions and sports’ fields can be reserved by making application and paying all fees due for the reservation at City Hall during normal business hours:
Reservations will be taken as follows:
- Beginning October 1st Reservations are accepted for dates through June 30th.
- Beginning April 1st Reservations are accepted for dates through December 31st.
The park is open from sunrise - sunset; therefore the reservation times allowed change throughout the year.
Park Reservations Fees
Park Rental Application
Request for Field Reservations
Large Pavilion Rental Information Calendar
Small Pavilion Rental Information Calendar
Multiple Field Rentals
For multiple sports’ field reservations, please download the "Multiple Field Reservations Form". Please fax at (210) 684-4476 or e-mail your completed forms to: Rene Raynes so that all dates can be confirmed. No field reservations are held until all fees are paid for the reservations. REMEMBER - reservations will only be taken for dates as described above. You will not be able to reserve soccer fields for July until April 1st and no reservations for fields in the Spring until after October 1st.
- 1/2 mile (inside track) & 3/4 mile nature (longer) track.
- Handicap Accessible Playground.
- Individual picnic tables
(available on a first come, first served basis)
Raymond Rimkus Park and the Natural Area Park are both located in a floodway and floodplain. In the event of heavy rain and/or flooding, both areas are closed to the public. If you have reserved the pavilion or the athletic fields and the park is closed for rain, you will receive a refund of fees paid, with the exception of the application fee. We want you to have fun and enjoy our parks, but we have to assure the safety of our patrons!