|Ray has several parks and recreation areas.
North Park is located between 5th Avenue and 6th Avenue and Main Street. It is a beautiful park with lots of trees and playground equipment for the kids. There is a picnic shelter suitable for family reunions and available to the public at no cost.
Veterans Memorial Park is located next to Lake McLeod which is south of the Grain Palace City Rodeo Grounds. It is a cozy lakeside area with trees, a Pioneer school, and limited picnic areas. No overnight camping is allowed. Please contact a privately owned campsite for overnight camping needs. Close by the Veteran's Memorial Park area is the tennis court and combination baseball diamond and football field. Visit the new memorial erected in the park south of the tennis courts in honor of the brave men and women who served our country.
|Northside Ball FieldsNorthside Ball Fields are located on Comford Street and Sixth Avenue East. Ray Recreation uses the Northside Ball Fields for providing softball and baseball for the local youth. Our Ray Softball teams use these fields in the spring for their season.
They are open to anyone who wants to go enjoy a game of ball!
|Baseball FieldsThe Baseball field is located right off of Highway 2. It doubles as our football field in the fall!|
|Ray Municipal Golf CourseRay Municipal Golf Course - Golf Course Road - Ray, ND 701-568-2237.
Ray Municipal Golf Course is a beautiful 9 hole golf course run by a local non-profit organization. The unique club house offers beverages, on and off sale, and snacks. The clubhouse is also available to rent for family reunions, picnics or meetings.
This full service golf course offers something for everyone. Services include: cart rentals, club rentals, beverages (including on and off sale), a unique and beautiful club house, and concessions.
Contact the clubhouse for more information on clubhouse rental or for a tee-time.
Ladies Day - Wednesdays
Men's Stag - Thursdays
|Grain Palace BuildingThe Ray Grain Palace is a unique building used in past celebrations of Ray Grain Palace days. It is now home to our Acro Stars Gymnastics team.|