Parks & Recreation
Doc Ceriani Park
Located on 17th St. between Central and Jackson in Kremmling Country, the park has a picnic shelter that can be used for parties or just a Sunday family picnic, several swing sets, basketball and sand volleyball courts. Doc Ceriani also has "The Sledding Hill" popular with local children during winter months.
The park was named after Dr. Ernest Ceriani, who was Kremmling's general practitioner from 1947 to 1986. "Life" magazine honored him with a large article, which covered, in depth, the challenges of practicing medicine in such an isolated area. From childbirth, to ranch injuries, to treating the tourist who suffered from altitude sickness, the article showed the American public the human side of this very dedicated physician.
West Grand K-8 School Playground
The K-8 school has enough play equipment to take let your child explore their inner monkey! The playground is open to the public, and can be accessed behind the school (on the north-facing, cliff side).
In 2013, the Economic Development group funded the installation of a climing rock and a swing set in Town Square. The features are set under the shade of a pine tree, and park benches provide the perfect place to watch your child play.
Located between on 5th St. between Eagle and Grand Aves., across from Middle Park Medical Center's emergency entrance, the park is perfectly equipped for younger children.
Splash Park / Picnic Pavilion
A small play structure, picnic pavilion and splash park are located adjacent to Hwy 40, and is accessible via the High School's parking lot. The playground and picnic area is open to the public year-round, and the splash park is active during summer months, weather permitting.
Public tennis courts are located on the corner of Grand Ave. and 8th St., adjacent to the Kremmling Library.
There are basketball courts next to the tennis courts at Grand Ave. and 8th St., and also in Kremmling Country on 17th St. between Central and Jackson.
Kremmling has three diamonds, two that are 70-foot mound-to-plate for Intermediate Little League and High School play. The fields are located to the east of 22nd St., just past Red Mountain RV Park and Storage. The KTown Co-Ed Softball League plays on Wednesday evenings in summer months. For information about joining a team, join this Facebook group.
The Chuck Lewis Hockey Rink is home to the Kremmling Cattle Kings Youth Hockey Club. Thanks in part to Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) grant, this summer the rink is getting new boards and glass - replacing the hand-me-down boards and chainlink. The rink features natural ice, so skating isn't available until overnight temperatures are low enough to keep the ice frozen (usually mid-December). The Hockey Club is affordably priced, and equipment is available to rent for the season. Scholarships and payment plans are available.
Skating is open and free to the public any time the rink is not being used for practices or games. Skate rentals are available through Motion Sports, which is located on Eagle St. next to Town Hall between 3rd and 4th Streets. Safety gear, including helmets, knee and elbow pads are recommended for skaters of all ages.