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Brashear Park:
Located on Cottage Grove street just east of U.S. 63 Highway. This park is just minutes from the Kirksville R-III campus and Truman State Campus. The park has a covered picnic shelter with electrical outlets, a barbecue grill, handicap accessible restrooms, a basketball court, a playground structure, swing sets, a merry-go-round and a 60 ft. by 30 ft. wading pool.  The wading pool is open Memorial Day - the start of the school year, 2:00pm - 6:00pm, Monday - Saturday.  Park Address: 1415 E. Normal Street.
Brashear Park Master Plan
Brashear Park Tree Plan

 

Hazel Creek Lake:
This park is located 3.2 miles north of Kirksville on Highway 63, then 1.5 miles west on Hungry Hollow Road (look for cantilever sign).  The park offers two boat ramps, a picnic area and restroom facilities.  This park is owned by the City of Kirksville and operated in conjunction with the Missouri Department of Conservation.  For information about fishing at Hazel Creek Lake, click here.

 

Jaycee Park:
This park is located on North Osteopathy Street. This park has a covered picnic shelter with electrical outlets, barbecue grills, restrooms, basketball court, playground structure, swing sets, a wading pool and a regulation softball field. This field is available for public use.  The wading pool is open Memorial Day - the start of the school year,  2:00pm - 6:00pm, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. 
Park Address: 1115 N. Osteopathy Street.
Jaycee Park Master Plan

 

Memorial Park:
Located on Cottonwood street 5 blocks west of U.S. 63. This park is just minutes north and east of the downtown business district. The park has a covered picnic shelter with electrical outlets, barbecue grills, restrooms, basketball court, playground structure, and swing sets. This park is dedicated to the veterans of foreign wars. The obelisk, W.W I German Howitzer, and Civil War Era Cannon, formerly on the southern half of the park, have been moved to the Adair County Veterans Memorial Plaza. 
Park Address: 404 E. Cottonwood Street.
Memorial Park Master Plan
Memorial Park Tree Plan

 

North Park Complex:
This 30 acre complex is located at Charles Street and Novinger Street just east of U.S. 63 highway in northern Kirksville. This complex offers two lighted 300 foot softball fields, a lighted regulation baseball field, two 300 foot softball fields, a 270 foot softball field, and two pee wee fields. There is a concession stand, covered picnic shelter, playground structure and a paved parking lot that will accommodate 350+ cars. All fields have eight foot sidewalks leading from the parking lot to the backstop to allow everyone to enjoy the games. Also included at the park are batting cages, and the Kirksville skatepark! 
Park Address: 2710 Novinger Street.
North Park Master Plan
North Park Tree Plan
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Patryla Park:
This park is located on Decker Road just to the west of Osteopathy Street. This park is located just north of the hospital complex. This park has a covered picnic shelter with electrical outlets, handicap accessible restrooms, two tennis courts and a regulation lighted softball field. A portion of this park is wooded and the wooded area borders a large pond with a variety of fish. 
Park Address: 1202 Decker Road.
Patryla Park Master Plan

 

P.C. Mills Park:
This park is located on Hamilton street just west of Osteopathy in the southwest Kirksville. The park has a covered picnic shelter, restrooms and wading pool, a softball backstop, playground structure, swing sets, barbecue grill, and a large play field.  The wading pool is open Memorial Day - the start of the school year, 2:00pm - 6:00pm, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. 
Park Address:  1506 S. Baird Street.
PC Mills Master Plan
PC Mills Park Tree Plan

 

Roadside Park:
This park is located on South Franklin Street. The park offers a picnic area.
Park Address: 2524 S. Franklin Street. 

 

Rotary Park:
For more information about the pool visit the Aquatic Center Website.
Once called Swimming Pool Park, this park is located along U.S. 63 highway just north of Cottonwood Street and the Adair County Public Library.  The park has three covered picnic shelters with electrical outlets, restrooms, a snow sledding area, a playground structure, and swing sets. This park is also home to the Kirksville Aquatic Center, the Ray Klinginsmith Amphitheatre, and Disc Golf Course. The Aquatic Center is open year round. Park Address: 801 E. Mill
Rotary Park Master Plan
Rotary Park Tree Plan

 

Adair County Veterans Memorial Plaza:
This park is located off Baltimore Street. In 2000, the City of Kirksville donated a small portion of Rotary Park to the Adair County Veterans Commission for the construction of a Veteran's Memorial wall to memorialize veterans of the region from all conflicts. Granite tablets were erected, forming a near semi-circle around an obelisk. The Plaza also features a W.W. I German Howitzer and a Civil War Era Cannon.


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