Parks & Pavilions/Recreation Facilities
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Brown Park (*Pavilion Rental Available)
Dartts Park (*Pavilion Rental Available)
Fairgrounds Park (*Pavilion Rental Available)
Falkland/Meadow Woods - Dane Rd - Undeveloped
Gainey Park (Walter H.) (*Pavilion Rental Available)
Jaycee Park (*Pavilion Rental Available)
Kaplan (*Pavilion Rental Available)
Kriesel - 26th St NE - Undeveloped
Manthey Park (*Pavilion Rental Available)
Mineral Springs Park (*Pavilion Rental Available)
Morehouse Park (*Pavilion & Chalet Rental Available)
North Bluff - 2565 North Ridge Ln NE - Undeveloped
Summer - North Cedar - Undeveloped
Other Park Information & Events:
Community Band Concerts - Each Thursday evening a band concert of musical event is held on the stage at Central Park during the summer. The community band plays approximately four of the eleven Thursday evenings, and other nights are local groups, visiting musical groups from the area, or other entertainment. A complete schedule is available from Tone Music.
Horseshoe Pitching - All league matches are on the lighted courts in Mineral Springs Park.
- Tuesday evenings - Men's League Contact: Ray Coldwell 507-363-6447
- Thursday evenings - Women's League Contact: Julie Smith 507-451-1590
River Rock Disc Golf Course - a 9 Hole Disc Golf Course located at Mineral Springs Park. There are long and short t-boxes. Long box is labeled in blue and the short box is labeled in red. The course is free for anyone to use (you need to supply your own disc; however, you can check them out at the Parks & Recreation office). Click here for a River Rock scorecard, basic rules and course map.
Bike/Skate Park - The Owatonna Bike/Skate Park is located at Morehouse Park, School Street. Directions, from interstate 35: turn on Bridge Street, going east, go to Walnut Street, turn right and go to School Street, turn right, go into Morehouse Park. The Bike/Skate Park is located within Morehouse Park on the left. The Bike/Skate Park is a Tier I park-it is free to use by all patrons. Helmets are required to be used at the Park and other safety equipment such as elbow and knee pads are strongly recommended.