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The City of Riverside is very proud of its parks.

Railroad Park

Railroad Park is located on Highway 22 across from the Riverside Museum. The park offers modern safe playground equipment, a restored early 1900s merry-go-round, shelter house, and modern clean restrooms.

Veteran's Memorial Park

Also located on Highway 22, this beautiful park was a community effort to honor our troops both past and current. Sit by the peaceful water feature and reflect on how much our forces have done for all of us.

Hall Park

This park is the hub for most summer activities in Riverside. The Riverside Ball Association organizes and plays all kinds of baseball from Spring to Fall. The Annual Trek Fest celebration is held here the last full weekend of June each year. The Fest features many Star Trek related events, such as costume contests, viewing Trek episodes and live entertainment. The Annual State Fair Talent Show is held each year and many of Riverside Winners have gone to capture the State Fair Title. The beautiful covered shelter house is part of an old barn. Hall Park features modern restroom facilities and a kid-friendly playground.

Conservation Park

This beautiful rustic park is what nature lovers want. A large well-stocked pond is ready to be fished. A handicapped-accessible fishing deck is also a wonderful place to just sit and enjoy the peace and quiet. Rustic restrooms are available and running water. The small shelter house and tables make this a great destination for a good old family picnic!

City Park Rentals

The City of Riverside has four park shelters within our city for rental use. Call City Hall at (319) 648-3501 to make a reservation, then complete and return the park rental form.

Riverboat Room

The Riverboat Room is connected to City Hall and will hold 40 people. A restroom is available. Call City Hall at (319) 648-3501 for availability, then complete and return the Riverboat Room rental form.