Parks & Recreation
Register for the Muscatine Walking Club!
Visit the Muscatine Walking Club page and register to be part of the "Million Minute" challenge!
Special Event Schedule
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!
Emerald Ash Borer Plan
View the City of Muscatine’s Emerald Ash Borer Plan (PDF)
The Parks and Recreation Department oversees various area recreational facilities including:
- 17-diamond ballpark (Kent Stein Park)
- All park spaces
- Municipal Golf Course
- Muscatine Aquatic Center
- Muscatine Soccer Complex
The Parks and Recreation Department is also responsible for the following areas:
- Boat harbor / marina
- Greenwood Cemetery
- Mowing of the public rights of way
- Street Trees
- Youth and adult recreation / aquatic programming
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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The Gas Dock, located on the Muscatine riverfront in the channel just upriver from the Muscatine Boat Harbor, will begin serving customers at 5 p.m. Friday (May 28), weather permitting, according to the Muscatine Parks and Recreation Department. Read on...
After a year and a half of sitting idle, the Muscatine Aquatic Center in Weed Park will swing open the gates and welcome back patrons on Saturday (May 29) when the facility opens for the 2021 season, weather permitting. Read on...
Three local businesses outperformed all others to claim the top spots after the first quarter competition in the #workingwellmuscatine wellness challenge. Read on...
Mechanical problems has forced the closure of the Mississippi Mist interactive fountain in Riverside Park until further notice. Read on...
The riverboat smokestack-themed jets of the Mississippi Mist interactive fountain have cascaded for the first time this summer on Friday (May 21) as the Muscatine Parks and Recreation Department opened the splash pad for the 2021 season. Read on...