All City Park Hours are 6am-11pm

Beach Park

Located at: 724 Main St W

This park is located on the banks of the Mississippi River and features a spacious beach area. The park offers various amenities including a picnic pavilion, gazebo, playground, beach area, and public restroom facilities with showers. There are also walking paths that provide scenic views of the nearby marina. The park allows reservations for private weddings held in the Gazebo or private events under the picnic pavilion. Additionally, there is a municipal campground adjacent to the park that offers 51 seasonal sites and 1 transient site for daily rental.

Bruegger Park

Located at: 1003 7th St W

Visitors will enjoy a playground area, covered picnic shelter and tables.

Cannon Park

Located at: 600 Hiawatha Dr E

This park features a prominent WW1 cannon from the early 1900’s. The cannon was almost salvaged but, thanks to community members, was placed in the park and has become a landmark near the middle of town.

Dennis Pfeilsticker Memorial Park

Located adjacent to the Wabasha City Pool at: 888 Hiawatha Dr E

This park is in memory of Dennis Pfeilsticker, a dedicated Ambulance Emergency Medical Technician who served the residents and the youth of Wabasha for many years. In his memory, his family sponsored the playground equipment here. Located next to the park is the Wabasha City Pool, which includes a splash pad, climbing wall, diving board, and water slide. The pool is open from early June through mid-August and is the perfect place to cool off on hot summer days!

Edward W. Malone Park

Located at: 515 Church Ave

On the backwaters of the Mississippi River, this 4-acre park features two shelters, a children’s playground area, a handicap-accessible fishing dock for anglers, and public restrooms. Visitors can also enjoy BBQ pits, horseshoes, a portable volleyball net, and a walking trail.

Heritage Park

Located under the Interstate Bridge on Main Street

This park has a pleasant picnic area with tables and benches, as well as a stage that hosts entertainment year-round. The River Junctions Arts Council sponsors free outdoor concerts on Fridays during the summer months.

Izaak Walton Park

Located at:

Enjoy the two-acre park with a covered picnic shelter, BBQ pits, horseshoes, and public restrooms. The park also features a large boat launch area, 40 seasonal docks, a separate fishing dock for anglers, and a walking bridge connects this park to Beach Park.

Jaycee Park

Located at:  1105 Bailey Ave

This park spans over 2 acres and offers plenty of room for frisbee golf and softball activities.

Schmidt Park

Located at:  424 2nd St E

The park was originally donated to the city in the early 1900s, but it was later abandoned. In recent years, the park was donated back to the city by Paul Busch, a resident of Wabasha. Thanks to generous donations from the community, the park has been restored to its original appearance. It now features a fountain, walkway, entrance posts, antique lighting, and flower gardens. Memorial Day services are held at the park.

Veteran’s Memorial Park

The local veteran’s groups including Wabasha VFW Post 4086, Wabasha Legion Post 50, and city staff have collaborated to revamp this park. This park features a Veterans Monument, the American Flag, and now has flags representing all military branches.

Wabasha Athletic Complex

Located behind City Hall at: 900 Hiawatha Dr E

Starting in the summer of 2023, the Athletic Field began its relocation, and a new complex is currently under construction. The construction is expected to be completed by 2024. This new complex will have a lot of amenities to offer residents and visitors, such as softball and baseball fields, basketball courts, tennis courts, pickleball courts, and an ice/hockey rink. Additionally, the complex will have a concession stand facility that will function as a warming house during the winter months for the ice/hockey rink.

Wabasha Dog Park

Located on Bailey Ave, between 11th & 12th Street

Beginning in the summer of 2024, residents and visitors can enjoy the new dog park located right next to Jaycee Park. The purpose of the dog park is to promote community involvement and social well-being while providing a secure and dedicated space for dog lovers and “man’s best friend”.

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