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City Parks of Pipestone


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bennettpark.JPG (17452 bytes) Leon H. Moore Park
North Hiawatha Avenue
Playground equipment, softball field, picnic shelter and plenty of room to play.

Erickson Park
Main facility is playground and playground equipment.
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Paulsen Athletic Field
West Hwy. 30, just west of residential area
New and complete athletic facilities. Used for major school sporting events and other major athletic events. Facilities include football field, racing tracks, baseball and softball diamonds.
Bennet_Park.jpg (26497 bytes) Bennett Park
Jct. of Hwys. 75 & 23
This park near the entrance to Pipestone on the north end of the city is at the junction of Highways 75 & 23 and is dedicated to the memory of town founder Charles H. Bennett.
aqcenter.jpg (19973 bytes) Harmon Park
Corner of Hwys. 75, 30 & 23 in Southeast Pipestone
The largest park in Pipestone. Enjoy one of several activities, including swimming at the new Family Aquatic Center, tennis, volleyball, picnic shelters, softball, horseshoes. For more information on use of Harmon and other park facilities, call or visit the Park & Recreation Dept. at the Ewert  Recreation Center, (507) 825-5834, 115 N. Hiawatha Ave.

Westview Park
West side of town, North of Paulsen Field
Pipestone's newest park is located on a 25-acre site on the west side of town. It can be reached by following 2nd St. NW. With final work complete, new facilities are available. Amenities include walking trails, baseball diamond, sand volleyball, playground equipment and restrooms and shelters.
sw_park.jpg (32866 bytes) Southwest Park
5th St. & 8th Aves. SW
Serves Southwest Pipestone. Enjoy picnic shelter, playground equipment, softball, volleyball and basketball courts.
watertower_park.jpg (15281 bytes) Water Tower Park
2nd St NE
Located at the site of Pipestone's historic concrete water tower.  Enjoy a relaxing picnic in the shelter.  This park features an RV waste pumping station.