Parks & Recreation

Edgerton City Park & Bandstand

Edgerton’s officials and residents take a great deal of pride in our parks and recreational facilities. They can be scheduled for use by groups for organized events, or by individuals for family gatherings. Contact City Hall for more information or to make reservations.

The Bandstand, in the Edgerton City Park, serves as the stage for all types of live entertainment, community worship services and other fun activities. Centrally located, the Bandstand is “the place to be” during Pioneer Days for the baby contest, or live music and dancing, cake walks, catching up with old neighbors or making new friends.

The Shelter in the Edgerton City Park provides seating and shade. Restrooms are conveniently located nearby.

The City Park facilities are available for public use. To schedule or reserve, and for details of use, contact City Hall.

All City Parks and facilities are open to the public from sunrise to sunset. Anyone on the premises outside of those hours will be considered to be trespassing.

Walking Trail, Basketball Court & Playground

The City’s south recreation area offers many popular opportunities for fitness and family fun. The park area is on Perry Street, between Clark Street and Highway B South. A restroom and trash cans are conveniently located in the park area, and security cameras are in place.

The Walking Trail is a popular feature, as is the basketball court

A Playground and Sheltered Picnic Area are also available. The shelter can be reserved by contacting City Hall.

Swings. Teeter totters. Monkey bars. Slides. You’ll find them all here at the Edgerton Playground.

Edgerton Ball Field & Batting Cages

The Edgerton Ball Park is home to many athletic events during the baseball and softball season. Youth from T-Ball through high school are proud to call this their “home field.” A batting cage on the premises helps them hone their skills. The concession stand and restrooms are conveniently located just behind the bleachers.