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A GUIDE TO HUTCHINSON PARKS

1 — Shaded ridge: neighborhood park with games and picnic table

2 — Women’s club: shelter picnic area and playground

3 – Miller Wood: a native grassland area with a half-mile looped summer walking trail, winter cross-country ski trail in restored oak savannah

4 — Rotary: one of the largest playgrounds in Hutchinson, a shelter with a large service counter, a half-mile paved path around the park and outdoor fitness equipment, restrooms

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

6 – Robert: four regulation softball/baseball fields, boat dock, restrooms, basketball court, sand volleyball, gravel trail through native tall grass prairie. The Hutchinson Public Schools Ecological Site borders the east side of the park.

7 — SFA: a memorial park with various species of trees, a statue and a plaque commemorating foreign students

8 — Masonic/West River: showers, boat dock, washrooms, picnic area, sand volleyball, play equipment, shelters, RV and tent campsites, permanent stage (available for rental), paddle sports equipment such as canoes, kayaks and stand-up paddleboards are available for rent during the summer months at the on-site building garage

9 – Riverside Jaycee: horseshoe pitches, restrooms, picnic area, play equipment, ball diamond, shelter and a native grassland area at the east end of the park

10 — Kiwanis: also known as Rocket Hill; play equipment, closed picnic shelter with toilets, snow sliding track with heated shelter

11 — Eheim: scenic area north of the dam with viewing pier and seats, Little Crow statue

12 — Scout/Gateway: panoramic area south of the dam with massive plantings of perennials and benches, large mural painted on the building with a seating area

13 — Firefighters: a memorial park in honor of the firefighters with a sheltered picnic area, play equipment, a WPA fountain and a bridge

14 — Kimberley: neighborhood park with play equipment and access to the Luce Line State Trail on the east side of town

15 — North Woods: volleyball, restrooms, Little League fields, play equipment, enclosed picnic shelter, outdoor hockey/fun rink in winter

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

17 — 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 high level baseball diamond (home of the Hutchinson Huskies municipal team) with a sand volleyball court, playground, walking path, skateboard park, playground picnic area and a BMX terrain bike course

20 — North/community play area: tennis/pickle ball courts, fun rink/pond hockey with warm-up house, 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: along State Highway 15 South with a picnic shelter

23 — VFW: youth baseball field, playground equipment, basketball court, picnic shelter, restrooms – park is adjacent to Oakland Cemetery

24 — Moose: picnic shelter, restrooms, recreational ball court, volleyball, extensive inclusive play equipment, plus off-street parking

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

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

27 — Junior women of the community: a neighborhood park with new playground equipment in 2021, an area near the high school with a basketball hoop and picnic tables

28 — Crow River Recreation Area: next to Crow River and the Luce Line State Trail with picnic areas

29 – McLeod County Veterans Memorial: a memorial park with a walk of honor, monuments, sculptures, a large picnic shelter and restrooms

30 — Library Square: seat of the 1904 Carnegie Library and site of a Dakota American War stockade of 1862. Is used for many community activities; Dairy Days in June, Summer Mondays Music in the Park series and Arts & Crafts Festival in September. Contains a band booth for concerts and private events, a central fountain and Hutchinson Brothers statues, plus other artwork

31 — Rolling meadows: small neighborhood park with playground and simple umbrella shelter

32 — Driftriders: scenic views, tobogganing hill, 1/4 mile walking trail, picnic shelter, nature-themed playground

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

34 — Community dog ​​park/East River Park: The fenced area provides space for large and small dogs. The park is on the south side of Crow River, east of Depot Marketplace, home to the Hutchinson Farmers Market

For more information about Hutchinson Parks, call Sara Witte, Parks Supervisor, at 320-234-4228.

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