Alamo Recreation Center


Alamo Recreation Center offers year-round inclusive Therapeutic Recreation programming for adults and seniors with differing abilities. The park includes a playscape, multi-use field, Gaga pit, and a covered, lighted basketball court.

In 1974, the Parks and Recreation Department purchased land at 2100 Alamo Street to develop a replacement park for the East Avenue Park that was demolished to make room for the expansion of IH 35 and for the development of the University of Texas’ Disch Faulk Field. In 1976, the Alamo Recreation Center was dedicated. The center is named after the street on which it is located.

COVID-19 Programming Participation Guidelines

Our top priority remains the safety, health and well-being of all participants, staff and the Austin Community. Please continue to remain vigilant and take all necessary steps to ensure you and your family remain healthy and are reducing the risk of illness across the Parks and Recreation Department and at home.  We are grateful for your participation in our programs and services. For more information on the symptoms of COVID-19 and resources to keep you safe, please visit COVID-19 in Austin | or the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) | CDC.

To view our current modified guidelines and procedures visit the Forms and Documents page.


Online Registration Button

Forms and Documents


Registration for Adult Therapeutic Services

Therapeutic Recreation Services Registration

Adult Therapeutic Recreation Programs Flyer


The Healthy Aging Program

Healthy Aging Flyer


The Capital City Explorers Program

Capital City Explorers Flyer


The Hangout Program

The Hangout Flyer

Facility and Grounds Rental Information

User Guide and Rental Agreement

Alamo Recreation Center Staff

 Evan Kessler Site Supervisor

 Alex Dominguez, CTRS Program Coordinator

 Katie Mikulcik, CTRS Program Specialist

 Linda Rico Building & Grounds Assistant