Located at the foot of the Interstate Bridge on Grant Boulevard. The
Athletic Field features tennis and basketball courts, a skateboard
park, volleyball courts, baseball and softball fields, restrooms, and
parking. In the winter, the concession building becomes a warming
house for the adjacent ice skating and hockey rinks that are open
after school and weekends.
BEACH PARK AT HUNGRY POINT
Located on the west end of Main Street.
This park is situated on the Mississippi River with a large beach
area. The park often hosts weddings and private romantic dinners
in the park’s new Gazebo. Walking paths will wind you through
the park, passing the picnic shelter with views of the marina. A
campground with 48 seasonal sites and three transient sites is
adjacent to the park with modern restrooms and showers.
BRUEGGER MEMORIAL PARK
Located on the west side of town on Gambia Avenue.
Approximately two acres in size, families will find a playground for
children, picnic shelter, and picnic tables.
Located just off Hiawatha Drive East.
This park features a prominent WWI cannon from the early 1900s.
The cannon was almost destroyed but, thanks to community
members, was placed in the park and has become
a landmark near the middle of town.
Located off Hiawatha Drive East next to the city pool.
This park commemorates Dennis Pfeilsticker, a local ambulance
emergency medical technician who served the citizens and the
youth of Wabasha for many years. Using memorials, his family
sponsored the playground equipment in his memory. Adjacent to
the park is the city pool, which features three waterslides and a
kiddie pool open early June through Labor Day Weekend.
Great for any function.
DNR STATE PARKS
Wabasha-Kellogg Area I 651-565-4158
Numerous State & Regional Parks offer an abundance of scenic
enjoyment. Enjoy camping, hunting, birding, hiking, horseback
riding, canoeing, ATV and dirt biking. Details on page 40.
EDWARD MALONE PARK
Located off Grant Boulevard.
This four acre park has two shelters, restrooms, a children’s
playground area and free parking. A handicap-accessible fishing
dock offers angling opportunities for everyone! Visitors can enjoy
the BBQ pit, horseshoes, portable volleyball net and walking trail.
Located under the Interstate bridge on Main Street.
This park has a pleasant picnic table area, benches, and a stage
which features entertainment throughout the year. On Fridays in
the summer you can see free outdoor concerts sponsored by our
River Junctions Arts Council and on Thursdays, from mid-May to
mid-October, the Wabasha Farmer’s Market is held here.
Located on Rice & Belvidere Street, Kellogg.
In the middle of Kellogg’s downtown you will find a large, square
block public park with lots of open space, a playground and
basketball courts, and a large covered picnic area. Kellogg’s a great
community to take the kids to play - and we’re small enough that
we don’t have a stoplight anywhere in town!
IZAAK WALTON PARK
Located off Grant Boulevard across from Malone Park.
Enjoy the two-acre park with shelter, BBQ pit and restrooms. The
park features a large boat launch area, 16 seasonal docks, four
transient docks, and an extra long dock handy for launching. A
convenient walking bridge connects this park with Beach Park.
Located on Bailey and 12th Street.
This park’s two acres has lots of space for fun, including frisbee
golf and a softball backstop. Close to the backwaters; many people
can be seen fishing here.
Located on East Second Street.
Originally donated to the city in the early 1900s, later the park
was abandoned. In recent years, the park was donated back to the
city by Wabasha resident Paul Busch. Thanks to gracious donations
from the community, the park was restored to its original look,
featuring a fountain, walkway, entrance posts, antique lighting and
VETERANS MEMORIAL PARK
Located at the intersection of Hiawatha Drive East and Hwy 60.
With its Veterans Monument and American Flag, this park
serves as the location for Memorial Day services.