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Manchester Hill Park

Features

  1. Drinking Fountain
  2. Ice Rink
  3. Memorial/Historical
  4. Parking
  5. Picnic Area
  6. Picnic Tables
  7. Play Equipment
  8. Restroom/Portable
  9. Shelter
  10. Soccer Field
  11. Walking Trails
History
Acquired in 1970 and developed in 1995.  Formerly called Parkland Plaza and renamed to honor long-standing Parks and Recreation Board member Richard Manchester.  First park adopted under the Adopt-a-Park program.

Features
This 15-acre park is located in the north central part of the city. Facilities include:
  • soccer fields
  • picnic area
  • walking trail
  • shelter
  • small wooded area
A pond on the park's south end provides ice skating during the winter months.

Playground equipment provided for ages 2-5 years and 5-12 years.

To request reservation of this shelter, click here.

Conservation Sites
Approximately two acres of prairie vegetation was planted adjacent to the pond.  There are also 3 acres of woodland and 2 acres of wetland in this park. One can view these areas from a mowed pedestrian path that circles the pond. 

Click here for Manchester Hill Park conservation site map.

Parking
Off-street parking is available.


Manchester Hill Park Playground    Manchester Hill Park Shelter    Compassplant    Manchester Hill Park Pond