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Parks and Picnic Shelters

 Parks and Picnic Shelters of Yankton, South Dakota


Augusta
2901 Fox Run Pkwy.
Est. 2001 – 1 acre, picnic shelter, play structures, basketball courts and green space.

Aviation
East 31st Street
Est. 1982 – 4 acres, display airplane and green space.

Crockett
11th Street and Pennsylvania Street
Est. 1955 – 0.5 acres, play structures and green space.

Fantle Memorial
21st Street and Douglas Avenue
Est. 1945 – 18.5 acres, three picnic shelters, play structures, lighted pedestrian trails, public restrooms, Olympic-sized outdoor pool, parent/child wading pool, 18-hole disc golf course, four lighted tennis courts, lighted sand volleyball court, baseball/softball fields, lighted basketball courts, soccer fields, eight horseshoe pits, memorial to Veterans, green space and ADA accessible.

Fox Run
2810 Adkins Dr.
Est. 2006 – 3 acres, picnic shelter, play structures, basketball courts and green space.

Marne Creek West Greenway
West City Limits Road
Est. 2009 – 13.5 acres, off-leash dog area (4.5 acres), 229 plot community garden and parking lot.

Morgen
11th Street and Green Street
Est. 1978 – 3 acres, baseball/softball field, green space, play structures and lighted pedestrian trails.

Ridgeway
29th Street and Ruth Street
Est. 2003 – 1.4 acres, play structures, basketball court, green space, ADA accessible and picnic shelter.

Riverside
Douglas Avenue and Levee Street
32 acres, eight picnic shelters, play structures, lighted pedestrian trails, public restrooms, ADA accessible, boat docks, ADA accessible fishing pier, fish cleaning station, softball field, baseball stadium, amphitheatre, Dakota Territorial Capitol Replica, six sculptures, Meridian Bridge and green space.

Rotary Nature Area
7th Street and Burleigh Street
Est. 2002 – 5.5 acres, lighted pedestrian trails, native grasses and flowers and outdoor classroom structure.

Sertoma
15th Street and Ferdig Avenue
Est. 1978 – 28 acres, three picnic shelters, play structures, public restrooms, six lighted baseball/softball fields, lighted football field, two batting cages, outdoor ice rink (weather permitting) and green space.

Summit Activities Center  
1801 Summit St.
Est. 1996 – 78 acres. Outdoor: two picnic shelters, lighted pedestrian trails, soccer fields, football fields, softball fields, batting cage, eight lighted tennis courts, walk/running track and green space. Indoor: lap pool, zero depth pool, 134’ slide, weight and fitness area, walking/running track, six basketball/volleyball courts, two performing arts theaters, meeting rooms, public restrooms and ADA accessible.

Tripp
8th Street and Broadway Avenue
Est. 1912 – 2 acres, picnic shelter, lighted pedestrian trails, green space, public restrooms, outdoor ice rink (weather permitting) and ADA accessible.

Water Works
Levee Street and Walnut Street
6 acres, USS Scorpion monument, Meridian Bridge, Riverside Park trail head, green space lighted pedestrian trails and ADA accessible.

Westside
5th Street and Summit Street
Est. 1883 – 10.5 acres, picnic shelter, play structures, lighted pedestrian trails, public restrooms, ADA accessible, kid’s fishing pond with duck and geese, lighted skateboard park, basketball court, two lighted tennis courts, stone gazebo, Dakota Territorial Museum and green space.

Yankton Municipal Cemetery
27th Street and Highway 81
Est. 1868 – 15.25 acres, first burial in 1876. Many prominent figures from Yankton’s history are buried at the Cemetery, including General Custer’s bandleader, several Territorial Governors, State Senators and Congressmen and the notorious Jack McCall.

Picnic Shelters

The Yankton area has multiple picnic and event shelters that can be reserved for your family reunion or event.   

City of Yankton Picnic Shelters
South Dakota Campground Shelters
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Shelters

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