Parks & Fields

Parks Committee

The Parks Committee meets the 4th Monday of each month. Its members are appointed by the Mayor and assist City Council in making decisions about the parks around town. 

Meetings

April 27, 2020

 

 Adopt-A-Park Program

The Adopt-a-Park program allows individuals or groups of volunteers to participate in maintaining and furthering the beauty of the community by taking on the responsibility of helping to maintain the public parks and trails. For more information click here.

PARK:
FEATURES:
Four Seasons Park

1st Avenue South

Large picnic shelter with electricity, rent-able indoor Lion’s Center, ice rinks, two baseball diamonds, and basketball courts
Sportsmen’s Park

387th Avenue

Picnic shelter with electricity, recently improved baseball field, and bike trail that connects to Four Seasons Park
Fairview Park

7th Avenue NW

Two shelters with electricity, playground, adjacent to
Good Samaritan Nursing Home
Frenzel Park

West Baker Street

Soccer field, picnic shelter with electricity, playground,
baseball diamond with back drop
Memorial Park

West Douglas Street

American Veteran memorial, scenic walking path dedicated to honoring veterans, and a large gazebo
 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Memorial Park

Fairview Park

Frenzel Park