Iowa Park List

Paulson Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: Play Equipment, Picnic Tables, Open Play ...

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Paw Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: Fenced "Paw Park" Dog Exercise Area with Shelter, Separate Areas for Large and Small Breed Dogs, Heated Restroom, Drinking ...

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Pearson Park

Located in the northeast part of the city, Pearson Park has long been a favorite among West Des Moines residents. Known for its mature trees, quaint bridge over a small brook, rolling hills and brilliant display of Daffodils each spring- Pearson Park offers a natural oasis apart from the ...

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Peg Pierce Complex

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: Site of Marion Girls Softball Program, concessions, playground, restrooms, picnic ...

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Pelikan Park

This park is along the back waters of the Cedar River. It is popular for fishing and ice skating. Cedar Lane east of Horton ...

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Peninsula Park

The park is currently open to the public for walking, jogging, bicycling, fishing and generally enjoying nature (including eagle ...

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Penn Meadows Park

This 37-acre park provides excellent recreational opportunities for the entire family. Facilities include picnic shelters for private and group use; Nine youth and adult softball and baseball fields; two soccer fields; playground equipment; volleyball court; new tennis courts; and a pedestrian trail throughout the ...

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Peony Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include picnicking. Shelter with grill, Play Equipment, Large open playfield, Restrooms, Parking ...

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Perkins Park

An 18-acre tract, part of the Perkins estate, was given to the City of Burlington in 1927 to be used as a public park. This park includes a shelter house, gazebo, playground, and several attractive foot ...

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Pet Park

Dubuque's 2.5-acre Pet Park is located on North Grandview Avenue adjacent to Bunker Hill Golf Course. The park is fenced-in and offers separate areas for large and small dogs. Amenities include waste bags and disposal containers on site, people and pet drinking fountains and a seating area. The purpose of ...

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Peter Melendy Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: Cedar Valley Lakes ...

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Petersen Park

4 acres of park land that includes ballfields, basketball and tennis courts and playground ...

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Peterson Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: Playground, Picnic Area, Walk/Bike ...

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Peterson Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include picnicking. areas, playground, restrooms, ...

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Pfeiffer Spring's Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: 2 Open Shelters, Shelter #1 has Electricity, 2 Lighted Ball Diamonds, Basketball Court, Concessions Stand, Play Equipment, Play Field, Restrooms, Parking ...

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Pheasant Hill Park

This park's amenities include: Play Equipment, Picnic Shelter (1), Picnic Tables, Cooking ...

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Phelps Park

This park has the following facilities: eight picnic shelters, electrical outlets, three playground areas, restrooms, picnic tables, cookout grills, bonfire grills, benches, hiking trails, playground diamond, sand volleyball court, drinking fountains, bandshell, scenic overlooks, Whalen Cabin, Schulze Brick ...

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Phinney Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: Nature ...

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Pickard Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: Shelter with grill, 10 picnic tables with seating for 80, Modern restrooms, 18 hole disc golf course, 10 horseshoe courts, 4 large fields softball complex, 2 field youth softball complex, Hiking trails, Bike trail, Campground, Pond, ...

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Pickwick Park

Baseball/softball field with bleachers, shelter, picnic tables and playground equipment are available at this five acre ...

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Pigeon Creek Park

This park's amenities include: Fishing Allowed, Picnic Tables, ...

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Pikes Peak State Park

Pikes Peak State Park sits on the highest bluff on the Mississippi River. Pikes Peak, in the heart of one of the nation's most picturesque regions, offers a unique combination of scenic beauty, history, and outdoor recreation opportunity. Pikes Peak State Park is located in the "Paleozoic Plateau" that was ...

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Pikes Point State Park

Pikes Point State Park is situated on West Lake Okoboji and is home to one of the most popular swim beaches in the area. Pikes Point's beach also has a very popular swim platform located within the swimming area for users to sun bathe or play on. West Okoboji and ...

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Pilot Knob State Park

Pilot Knob State Park is one of the oldest units in the state park system. It was dedicated in 1923. Standing atop the tower on "Pilot Knob," the second highest point in Iowa, visitors have a spectacular view. From the tower built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the ...

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Pinard Park

Come enjoy the park with your ...

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Pine Lake State Park

Pine Lake State Park provides a pleasing mix of woodland, river and lake in the midst of rolling farmland. The 585-acre park encompasses two lakes: 50-acre Lower Pine Lake and 69-acre Upper Pine Lake. Of special appeal to nature enthusiasts are the ancient white pine, the white-barked birch trees ...

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Pioneer Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: A large, quiet park tucked away in a heavily wooded area off of E. 14th Street at E. 16th and Pioneer Road, this park has one enclosed shelter, three open-air shelters, playground, softball backstop and is ...

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Pirate Cove Water Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: aqua, floral display, picnic areas, playground, ...

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Playland Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: basketball, picnic areas, playground, restrooms, ...

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Pleasant Creek State Recreation Area

Pleasant Creek has outdoor fun to suit any taste. The idea for a state recreation area at Pleasant Creek originated in the early 1960s when the Iowa Conservation Commission (now the Iowa Department of Natural Resources) began investigating the possibility of a large lake to serve the outdoor recreation ...

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