Parks and City Facilities

The City of Delano has a variety of park and recreation facilities suited to serve the ever expanding and evolving needs of the community.  Delano’s parks offer green space, sports facilities, trails and many other outlets to enjoy Minnesota’s “Great Outdoors.”  With the intent of stimulating activity in a safe and controlled environment, the City of Delano hopes all use and enjoy the parks!

Parks and Trails Map

Community Parks:
Community Parks are larger parks within the City limits that are geared toward large group activities and sports.  Generally, these parks have significant open green space and facilities for organized recreation. 

Central Park 

Neighborhood Parks:
Neighborhood Parks are smaller facilities that are located in various locations around the community.  The parks typically have creative play structures and offer a place for families and children to play.  These parks are great places to enjoy year round!

Barb King Inspiration Park
County Line Park
Krienke Park
Maple Knoll Park
Parkview Hills Park
Savanna Park
Stahlke Park
Water Tower Park
Westridge Hills Park
Woods Creek Park

Passive Parks:
Passive Parks were created with beautifying the City in mind.  Delano has established such parks in high traffic areas to allow community members to enjoy all that Delano has to offer including the scenic river that runs through town.  
 

Downtown Riverfront
Riverway Park
 
Regional Parks:
School Campus:
The Delano School District has done much work to create creative play areas for local youth.  These parks are located on school grounds and include sports fields and playgrounds.
Elementary Park I & II
High School Ball Fields
High School Hockey Rink
Delano Ice Rink
Trails:
The City of Delano is dedicated to its Park and Trails and has made strides towards developing a comprehensive system to better serve the residents of the town.  Get out and explore all Delano has to offer!
County Line Road Trail
County Road 30 Trail
Delano Crossings Trail
Johnson Drive Trail
Parkview Trails
River Street (County Road 17)
Woodland Road Trail (County Road 30)