The City of Three Rivers has 12 areas designated as City parks ranging in size from under 2000 square feet to over 18 acres. These parks are maintained through periodically updated Parks & Recreation Plans, as well as related Trails information.
Please note: City parks are open daily from dawn until dusk.
The map below shows the location of all twelve parks within City limits. Click on a park in the map or from the list below for more information. You can also find a printable map of the City parks: here.
- Scidmore Park
- Memory Isle Park
- H.C. Gleason & L.C. Beal Park
- Conservation Park
- Scouter Park
- Bowman Memorial Park
- Lafayette Park
- Geiber Park
- Jefferson Boat Launch
- Rohrer Park
- South Main St. Park
- Unnamed Park
In the three main downtown-area parks—Scidmore, Memory Isle, and Conservation—there are seven park shelters available for rent. For more information about reserving a park shelter, go to the Park Shelter Reservations page.
The City’s Adopt-A-Park program allows people to help in the maintenance of the City’s park system. We are fortunate to have people that are willing to plant flowers in and maintain the park areas. This is a great activity for youth groups, civic groups, and concerned citizens as it displays the pride we have in our community. For more information please call DPS at (269) 273-1845.