Announcements & News


UPDATE:  We are reopening the Fitness Center today.  Pardon our Dust as we open through our repairs and renovations.  The Men's Showers are temporarily closed. We apologize for this inconvenience.  We wish to THANK YOU for your support and patience at this time.

2023/2024 5th and 6th Grade Girls Volleyball - Friday, November 3, 2023

5th Grade and 6th Girls Volleyball Program

Girls recreation volleyball open gym will be held Friday Dec. 8th 6:00-8:00pm at TMS gym.

Registration will be online only and opens

  Dec. 9th and closes Dec. 14th  with only 18 positions available per age group. 

After 18 registrations the program will close and  names will be added to a waiting list pending coach/player availability.

Practices will begin the week of December 18th (2 practices per week) dates to be determined.

Competition schedule will include: Games on  Monday nights - beginning date to be determined and two tournaments hosted in Tremont also to be determined. This will equate to 15-18 matches per team for the season.  Season range:  Mid January to End of February.

Who: 5th grade & 6th grade girls

Where: Tremont Middle School and Eastside East Peoria

Cost: $82.00 per player


TAPD  309-925-3811

Program Coordinator: 

Kate Berry

Park Bathrooms Are Closed for the Season

There are public bathrooms at both Cullinan and City Park that are open during park hours from May through mid-October.  Now CLOSED
City Park Bathrooms are located on the backside of the Pool concessions building on Sampson Street between the ballpark outfield and the pool.  They can be accessed by walking from the main park shelters through the Veterans Memorial and along the fence line of the pool and outfield or by using the sidewalk that runs the length of the park on Sampson Street.
Cullinan Park Bathrooms are located on the backside of the building in the parking lot.

A Note of Thanks - Monday, October 9, 2023

We wish to thank those individuals who have participated in various service projects, upgrades, and/or repairs for the Tremont Park District properties.  Thank you for your service
Individuals are listed in no particular order and updated periodically. 
Brian King
Dan Mathis
Luke Porritt, Northfield Church Youth Group
Johnny Simkins, Todd Lohnes and Tremont Boys Scouts
Joel Reiker and Precision Planting
Richard Kaiser 
Sam Stuber
Mark Juchems
Duane Gibbs
Glen Gullette
Mike Joyner and T3 Tri Group
Keith Voos
Ben and Katie Vandenberg
Jerry Kaiser
Kendall Fehr
Clayton Fehr
Chad Gingrich
Dale Pflederer 
Scott Utley
Jason Black
Jeff Reynolds 
Tanner Moldenhauer 
Jim Madson 
THS Sophomore and Junior Students

Volunteer and Service Hour Opportunities

Need Service Hours?  Have a Youth Group wanting to give back to our community?  We need you!   Contact us today for more information and opportunities to help. 309-925-3811 or


Girls Basketball 4th-6th Grades, 8/2023-11/2023

Tremont Grade School Gym & Tremont High School South Gyms
3RD/4TH GRADE 10:15AM -11:45AM  
Travel Baseball and Softball Information: 



2024 Tremont Travel Baseball Contact:  Brad Patterson @ Tremont Park District


2024 Tremont Travel Softball Contact:  Kate Berry via Tremont Park District





 2023 Fishing Rules & Regulations

TAPD Fishing Permits must be obtained from Tremont Park District in order to fish in the Community Lakes.  To obtain a permit you must have a current 2023 Illinois Fishing License or show exempt status. These can be purchased at our office at 22522 Illinois Route 9, Tremont, Il.  Our offices are located in the Tremont Park District Fitness Center building.  Hours are posted on this website under the Contact tab.

       FISHING HOURS: The lakes are open from 6:30 am to sunset.  NIGHT FISHING IS NOT PERMITTED

      AGE RESTRICTIONS: Persons under age 16 must be accompanied by a person at least 16 years of age or older when fishing.

     GUESTS  2 household guests per TAPD permit - the guest must have a current Illinois fishing license unless under 16 – not applicable to one day fishing permit

    Ice Fishing permit required for ANYONE ice fishing.

    RESTRICTIONS: Ice-fishing is allowed on a FISH AT YOUR OWN RISK basis. Ice conditions are not monitored by the Park District. Ice fishermen should check ice thickness before going out on any frozen body of water. A minimum of four inches of solid ice over the entire lake is recommended before individuals attempt ice fishing.

    EQUIPMENT LIMITS / REQUIREMENTS: POLE AND LINE FISHING ONLYNo other fishing devices are permitted. The ice angler may use a maximum of two poles or tip-ups with no more than two hooks on each line. All poles and tip-ups shall be constantly attended and kept under observation by the angler. CHAINSAW OR ICE SAWHoles cut in the ice are limited to 12-inch diameter or less.  PORTABLE SHELTERSShelter structures are limited to portable construction of metal or wood framework, covered with canvas, paper, plastic material or similar fabric. Each shelter shall have the name and address of the owner attached, shall not be left unattended at any time, and shall be removed from the lake area by the end of each fishing day. LIFE JACKETS AND ICE PICKS are required at ALL times.


Ice may be safe in one spot, yet very thin only a few feet away. Currents, underwater springs, animal activity (beavers) or runoff from local roads and watersheds can all create hard-to-detect areas of thin ice. Remember, for your own safety, no ice should be considered totally safe. Using a little common sense can help you avoid a lot of problems 


Walleye  – 18 “ minimum – Limit 1 fish/day

       Largemouth Bass - 3 Fish Daily with only 2 being 12” or smaller and 1 being 15” or greater

Channel Cat - Under 18” 3/fish day and 18” or greater Limit 1/fish day

      There is no limit of white/black/hybrid crappie,  blue gill, redear or sunfish

Additional Fishing Information can be found under the FACILITIES Tab and LAKES 

Fishing Permits

FISHING PERMITS - We have online sales or in-office sales of Fishing Permits.  Fishing Permits are required for anyone 16 years of age and older.  You must also have an Illinois Fishing License.


Tremont Lakes Rules and Regulations are posted at each lake.


INFORMATION UPDATES - We will do our best to keep you informed, we will update our Facebook pages, send member emails and update this website. We will continue to assess day by day and make changes necessary to keep you and our staff safe.
Information and updates can be found at:
Tremont Park District Facebook

Tremont Group Fitness Facebook

If you have questions regarding TAPD closings, services, programs or other park district-related issues please email us at or leave a message at 309-925-3811.  For the safety of our employees, we have limited office time and we will respond as soon as possible


We appreciate your support and cooperation as we do our part to comply with the recommendations of our state and local government.
-Tremont Park District Staff and Board

See Contact Tab for Employment Opportunities

Part Time Job Opening Posted