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Location
The Parks Department office and shop is currently located at 1920 Ballpark Road, across from the Fire Department Building. Please feel free to contact the Parks Department or any of the Park board members with comments or questions.


Our Parks

The Parks Department is dedicated to providing beautiful parks and recreation areas for the enjoyment of the public.   View Map of Park Locations.

Our park and recreation areas currently consist of the following:
  • Sturgis City Municipal Park
  • Woodland Park
  • Centennial Park
  • Meade Avenue Park
  • Rose Park
  • Willow Park
  • Starline Avenue Park
  • 6th Street Playground, Sturgis Baseball Complex
  • Sturgis Girls Softball Complex
  • Fort Meade Softball Complex
  • Sturgis Tennis Court Complex
  • Hills and Plains Park
  • Sturgis Soccer Complex
  • Barry Stadium
  • Sturgis Fairgrounds
  • Exit 30
 


Welcome Sign and Statue

Responsibilities
The Parks Department is responsible for maintaining over 100 acres of park / recreation property (including property located along Fort Meade). We work with many sports groups to ensure the use of the recreation areas and help many organizations setup for special events during the year.

Here are a few examples of various events that the Parks Department helps with: 
  • Sturgis Motorcycle Rally
  • National Sheep Dog Trials
  • Sturgis Dog Classic
  • Historical Trial Ride
  • Mustang Rally
  • Movie in the Park
  • Arts Festival
  • Summer Sizzler
  • S curve clean-up
  • Earth Day and Arbor Day celebration and activities
  • Various fairground events
  • Half-mile Motorcycle Race
  • High School Regional Rodeo
  • Relay for Life
  • Downtown Beatification







contact us
City of Sturgis,1040 Harley-Davidson Way, Sturgis, SD, 57785 • Ph: (605) 347-4422 • 

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