1 — Shady Ridge: neighborhood park with play equipment and picnic table

2 — Woman’s Club: recreation ball field and shelter picnic area, playground

3 — Miller Woods: a nature area with a half-mile loop summer walking trail, winter cross-country ski trail in a restored oak savanna

4 — Rotary: one of Hutchinson’s larger playgrounds, shelter with large serving counter, paved one-half mile trail around park and outdoor fitness equipment, restrooms

5 — Oddfellows: outdoor archery, picnic shelter, restrooms, play equipment along the Luce Line State Trail

6 — Roberts: four regulation softball/baseball fields, boat landing, new play equipment in June 2018, restrooms, basketball court, sand volleyball, gravel trail through native tall grass prairie. Hutchinson Public Schools’ ecology site borders the east side of the park.

7 — AFS: a memorial park with various tree species, a statue and plaque remembering foreign exchange students

8 — Masonic/West River: showers, boat landing, restrooms, picnic area, sand volleyball, play equipment, shelters, RV and tent camping sites, permanent stage (available for rent), paddle sport equipment such as canoes, kayaks and stand-up paddle boards are available for rent Wednesday through Sunday at the garage on site

9 — Riverside Jaycee: horseshoe courts, restrooms, picnic area, play equipment, ball field, shelter and a native prairie area

10 — Kiwanis: also known as Rocket Hill; play equipment, snow sliding and year-round shelter

11 — Eheim: scenic area north of dam with look-out pier and seating, statue of Chief Little Crow

12 — Girl Scout: scenic area south of dam with mass perennial plantings and seating benches

13 — Fireman’s: a memorial park honoring firefighters with sheltered picnic area, play equipment, WPA fountain pool and bridge

14 — Kimberly: neighborhood park with play equipment and access to Luce Line State Trail on city’s east side

15 — North Woods: volleyball, restrooms, Little League fields, play equipment, and an enclosed picnic shelter, winter outdoor hockey and pleasure skating rinks

16 — Lions Park East: picnic area near State Highway 7 with play equipment

17 — Boy Scout: picnic area near State Highway 7 with a Boy Scout statue

18 — Old Bass Pond: natural area next to the Crow River and Luce Line State Trail

19 — Tartan Park/VMF Field: fenced baseball field and top flight baseball field (home to the Hutchinson Huskies town team) with a sand volleyball court, playground, walking trail, Skate Park, picnic area and BMX terrain bike course

20 — North/Community Playground: tennis/pickle ball courts, pleasure ice rink, extensive playground behind Park Elementary School

21 — South: 10-acre park with mature trees, three picnic shelters, restrooms, play equipment, 9-hole disc golf course available year-round

22 — Legion: war memorial along State Highway 15 South with a picnic shelter

23 — VFW: youth baseball field, play equipment, basketball court, picnic shelter and new restroom in 2018. The park is adjacent to Oakland Cemetery

24 — Elks: picnic shelter, restrooms, recreational ball field, volleyball, extensive play equipment, along with off-street parking

25 — Linden: park is adjacent to the Hutchinson Family Aquatic Center/Recreation Center and two indoor ice rinks at Burich Arena, an outdoor paved walking path is available and two T-ball-sized ball fields

26 — Lions Park West: neighborhood park with picnic table and play equipment

27 — Junior Community Women: a neighborhood park and play area near high school with a basketball court and picnic tables

28 — Crow River Recreational Area: adjacent to Crow River and Luce Line State Trail with picnic area

29 — McLeod County Veterans Memorial: a memorial park with a Walk of Honor, monuments, picnic facility and restrooms

30 — Library Square: home of the 1904 Carnegie Library and site of an 1862 U.S.-Dakota War stockade, is used for many community activities, including Dairy Day in June and the summer Monday Music in the Park series. The park contains a bandstand for concerts, fountain and Hutchinson Brothers statues

31 — Rolling Meadows: small neighborhood park with playground equipment and sun shelter

32 — Driftriders: a scenic outlook, sledding hill, 1/4-mile walking trail, picnic shelter, nature-theme playground

33 — Law Enforcement: a statue of a police officer honors those who have protected Hutchinson, including fallen officers

34 — Community Dog Park/East River Park: This new park was added in 2017. The fenced in area offers space for both large and small dogs. The park is on the south side of Crow River, east of Depot Marketplace, home of the Hutchinson Farmers Market

For more information about Hutchinson parks, call Sara Witte, parks supervisor, at 320-234-4228.

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