This hidden gem sets on a hilltop that looks out over Hart Lake. It features many amenities for campers. A new playground that will provide hours of play was just installed in 2017.
Take advantage of the baseball diamonds, basketball and pickleball courts. Fishing is a favorite pastime as well.
Check out the John Gurney Park website for more information and to make a reservation!
The City built this beautiful open-air park in 2011 for the community to enjoy. It is the home of “Music on the Commons” musical series held during the summer. The dates for the coming concerts this summer will be June 14, 28, July 12, 26, August 9, 23. Come on down and listen to a variety of music groups. Many of the City’s other events involve this location as well! Make yourself comfortable and enjoy the scenery and eat your lunch while gazing at Hart Lake.
Grab your skateboard and come and check out the new rails to ride at the park. Located on Peach Street near the Hart School bus barn. Hone your skills and have a good time.
Come and spend some time at this delightful playground. It was originally built in 1976 in honor of the bicentennial. The playground was renovated in 2002 and is located directly behind City Hall.
The City of Hart is proud to present their newest park – The Hydro Disc Golf Park.
Newly completed in the fall of 2017, the grand opening will be held in May of 2018, but the course is open to play at this time. Come and see how you do on the 18 pin course.
Please feel free to check the link out below to print out the course layout for your trip to the course! Scorecards are available on site as well as the City Hall offices at 407 S. State Street.
Be prepared to get wet as you will be playing right next to the dam and Hart Lake! Address: 3640 W. Harrison St., near Hart Dam, off 72nd Ave.
Download a File:
Disc Course Layout
Disc Golf Course Review
This fun playground can be found behind Spitler Elementary School on Johnson Street.
Veterans Park was established in the mid-1990’s and is dedicated to all those who have served this country in the military. Walk the memorial and read the names of those who have given their loyalty to this nation. Sit for a while on a bench and enjoy the jet airplane or the calmness of Hart Lake.