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City Office: 515-832-9151

Parks

Webster City has a wide variety of parks with amenities for the whole family to enjoy. All City parks open for the season on April 15th and close for the season on October 15th.

Park shelters, depot tours and use of the Wilson Brewer Park Mulberry Center do need to be reserved in advance. Contact Fuller Hall Recreation Center at
515-832-9193 for more details.

 

Brewer Creek Park | 1801 Des Moines Street
This park includes a shelter house, 9-hole disc golf course, native prairie area, and a 2-mile looped trail. In the winter, it serves as the main sledding area for the community.
Kendall Young Park | 600 Kendall Young Road
Kendall Young Park is a beautiful scenic area located one mile north of Webster City. The park has four shelter houses, six picnic area, horseshoe pit, playground equipment, and a fishing area.
Lions Stafford Park | 1312 Lynx Avenue
This a neighborhood park that has a playground area, basketball court and picnic area.
Nokomis Park/Middleton Sports Complex | 700 East Street
This sports complex has two softball fields, Carl Rhoer Ice Skating Rink, playground area, and canoe access.
Riverside Park | 130 First Street
Located just off East Second Street, this park is the main canoe access area for the Boone River. Note: The campground previously at this location is permanently closed.
Twin Park, East | 1100 Superior Street
East Twin Park offers a small shelter, playground area, basketball court, skate park and BMX Bicycle Dirt Track.
Twin Park, West | 1101 Superior Street
West Twin Park has a shelter house, band shelter that also serves as an open shelter, several picnic tables, and a modern playground area.
Wehrheim Park | 2301 North Terrace Drive
This is a neighborhood park that has an open shelter, modern playground and an open space play area.
Wilson Brewer Park Museum & Information Center | 220 Ohio Street