Parks & Recreation

Special Event Schedule Promo Widescreen (JPG)

The facilities within the Muscatine Parks and Recreation system host a multitude of events throughout the year. This schedule does change quite frequently as events are added, deleted and/or edited. Please check back often for updates!

Special Event Schedule (PDF)

Functions of the Parks & Recreation Department

The Parks and Recreation Department oversees various area recreational facilities including:

Responsibilities of the Parks & Recreation Department

The Parks and Recreation Department is also responsible for the following areas:

Adopt A Park

If you would like to offer assistance in taking care of a park please fill out the Adopt a Park form (PDF). Return it to the Parks and Recreation Department office in City Hall and begin helping keep your community beautiful and clean!

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"Like" us on Facebook and "follow" us on Twitter for park information, program and special event updates, closure notifications and much more!

The Walking Club (JPG)

Visit the Muscatine Walking Club page and register to be part of the "Million Minute" challenge!

Emerald Ash Borer Plan

View the City of Muscatine’s Emerald Ash Borer Plan (PDF)

  1. Limited Parking Generic Horizontal Generic (JPG) 09-26-23

    Riverside Park parking restrictions for September 28-29

    The small parking lot on the downriver end of Riverside Park (playground area) will be closed to traffic Thursday-Friday (Sept. 28-29) for Almost Friday Fest® on the Muscatine riverfront. Read on...
  2. Police Lights

    Suspicious object removed from Riverside Park Tuesday

    The Muscatine Police Department received a report at 6:18 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 19, concerning a suspicious object found by a citizen in the upriver end of Muscatine’s Riverside Park. Read on...
  3. City Administrator Monthly Report August Promo

    City Administrator's August report of City activity available

    The City Administration report highlighting activity of each City of Muscatine department during August 2023 is available for viewing. Read on...
  4. Riverfront Trail - Mad Creek Chicanes (JPG) - September 13, 2023

    Trail crossing at Mad Creek reopens following repairs

    One of the Riverfront Trail crossings of the Canadian Pacific-Kansas City (CPKC) Railroad in Riverside Park has reopened for public use while another has been closed to remove and replace the Quiet Zone chicanes. Read on...
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