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Contact: City Hall 605-745-3135
The Parks & Recreation Committee meets the first Monday of each month at 3:00 pm at the Mueller Civic Center. The public is welcomed to attend!
Located between 11th Street and 14th Street playground area, skateboard park, tennis court, basketball court, baseball and softball fields, restrooms, two shelters, outdoor grill and picnic tables, concession building- walking paths.
Located in the middle of town, footbridge and traffic bridge, fountain, two shelters and picnic tables, restrooms. Fall River and Freedom Trail run beside it and the walking trail connects to Kidney Springs Park which has a natural spring coming from the side of the hill under a gazebo. Has an amphitheater and picnic tables.
Lower Chautauqua has playground area, picnic tables and outdoor grills. Explore the fallen rocks around the area.
Upper Chautauqua has two areas of outdoor settings, a shelter with picnic tables and outdoor grills, playground area and restrooms. It has a rock bridge over Fall River and more picnic and walking areas along the river.
Playground areas and picnic tables. No facilities.
Playground area, picnic tables and footbridges. Seasonal restroom opening spring, 2017. Fall River and the Freedom Trail run through this park area. Places for swimming, wading, and tubing can be found along Fall River.
The trail is apporixiamtely 2.3 miles both ways. It starts behind the Mueller Center and follows Fall River up to Kidney Springs Park. Benches along the way, parks to stop in or go across the footbridges to downtown shopping or dining. Old train depot by Kidney Springs.
Picnic tables, trash cans and river access. No facilities.
Call 745-3135 City Hall to reserve the parks andor shelters for any occasion. Small fee for electricity.