Located on the east side of Mason City, East Park spans 57.6 acres of developed parkland. Two rivers – Winnebago River and Willow Creek – flow through the park and are great spots for fishing. The park is also home to a 2-mile hard surface trail system featuring two scenic Read more [...]
The following parks offer shelter houses that can be reserved.
Reservations are taken from January 2nd to September 30th of each year.
Reservations are taken in person only and are non-refundable.
Picnic Packs and Equipment bags containing a volleyball, net, softball, bat, nerf are also available.
For more information visit Mason City Parks and Recreation Department. For reservations/availability call 641-421-3673.
Located on the southeast side of Mason City, Georgia Hanford Park contains 59.73 acres of parkland. Entrances are located at South Pennsylvania Avenue and South Georgia Avenue. Mason Creek traverses the park, creating two man-made ponds. The park features 1.26 miles of walking trail, volleyball, basketball, a baseball diamond, playground, Read more [...]
Located on South Pierce Avenue on the southwest side of Mason City, Lester Milligan Park was used for 90 years by the Brick and Tile Co. as a quarry area for the production of brick and clay tile products. The land was deeded over to the city in 1977 and Read more [...]
Located on 38 acres along a meander of Beaver Dam Creek, this 66-site campground features modern amenities including electricity, dump station, showers, and restrooms. No advanced reservations. Nearby public golf course, swimming pool, and tennis court. Located 13 miles south of Mason City, just southeast of the intersection of US Read more [...]
Located near Willow Creek, Parker’s Woods provides a great spot for fishing and wading. A lime-chipped multipurpose trail runs beside Willow Creek, connects to MacNider Woods, and also provides access to the Downtown District. Additional amenities within the 13-acre park include baby swing, basketball, benches, charcoal grills, fishing, fitness equipment, Read more [...]
Explore 590 acres of woods, meadows, and ponds along the limestone bluffs of the Shellrock River. The 7.5-mile trail from Nora Springs to Rock Falls provides for a scenic drive, walk, canoe float, or bicycle or horseback ride. Trailheads are located at 295th Street south of Wilkinson Pioneer Park and Read more [...]