El Paso, TX Sports and Recreation Overview
El Paso recreation options keep residents moving
PHOTO CREDIT: Frank Ordoñez
It's easy to schedule a play date in Greater El Paso, where people of all ages participate in outdoor adventures as well as indoor activities.
El Paso County Parks
The Parks & Recreation Department oversees 10 parks in El Paso County, including the popular Ascarate Park, with its 18-hole golf course, nine-hole course, aquatics center, lake and sports fields. Also available to residents is the Riverpark Trail and El Paso County Sportspark, home to some of the most competitive youth baseball leagues in the region. There are also t-ball teams and adult softball leagues.
The First Tee of Greater El Paso
Formed in 2008, The First Tee of Greater El Paso is a county-supported program where El Paso area parents enroll their children ages 5-18 to play golf at Ascarate Golf Course. Annual fees and individual session fees are low, with children also participating in an educational First Tee Life Skills Program.
EP Dream Arena
El Pasoans who want to exercise in cool indoor comfort enjoy several facilities around the city. One of the most visited is EP Dream Arena, which offers a multi-sport gym for all ages and enthusiasts of activities such as basketball, soccer, volleyball, kickball, xtreem jiujitsu, mixed martial arts and baby yoga.
Latin American Talent Studio
Founded in 2005, LAT Studio provides dance performance training to people of all ages. The studio, a state-registered agency, also provides training to aspiring models and actors. Its mission is to make clients marketable in the entertainment industry.
When residents prefer to spectate rather than participate, generations of families have been coming out to the campus of the University of Texas at El Paso to watch the annual Sun Bowl college football game. Played in Sun Bowl Stadium, the contest occurs around New Year's Eve and pits teams from the Pac-12 versus the ACC conferences.
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