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Glen Park

Features

  1. 1/2 Basketball Court
  2. Baseball / Softball
  3. Baseball / Softball Diamond
  4. Basketball Court
  5. Football Field
  6. Grill
  7. Hiking Trail
  8. Horseshoe Pits
  9. Parking
  10. Pickleball Court
  11. Picnic Areas
  12. Picnic Shelters
  13. Picnic Tables
  14. Playground
  15. Pool
  16. Restrooms
  17. Soccer Field
  18. Softball Field
  19. Swimming Pool
  20. Trails
  21. Volleyball
Glen Park is a 40.58 acre active/passive mixed use Community Park located southwest of the downtown district. It was established in 1898.  It is the City’s oldest park and even had a zoo at one point. The Glen Park pool celebrated 75 years of service to the community in 2012.

Note:  Parts of Glen Park will not be accessible during 2019.  Renovation projects include a new pavilion/storm shelter, splash pad, road, parking lot, trails, and sidewalks. The pool and other parts of the park will not be accessible during the summer of 2019, though residents and visitors can still use the open (soccer) field, Pickleball court, and open-air shelter on the east side of the park. Summer swimming lessons will be offered at the high school.

Some highlights of the park include:  the trails connecting to the White Pathway to the north, River Hills Park to the south and the Kinnickinnic River; a public swimming pool, many large trees, grass, and several types of recreational activities. Pedestrian access can be found at the Swinging Bridge to the northeast from Cascade Avenue, along Glen Park Road and Park Street. There are several off-street parking areas.

The shelter buildings can be reserved after January 1 of each year. Call 715-425-0924 to reserve a shelter. 

River Falls Pickleball Association Priority Hours:
  • Tuesday 4-7 p.m.
  • Thursday 4-7 p.m.
  • Sunday 4-7 p.m.

All other times are open to any Pickleball players.