Grand Reveal and Open House at former Post Office on 3rd Avenue
Atrium Mall Parking Lot Dance, Swap Meet, Food Vendors and Street Artists
MATs Death by Chocolate sponsorship drive and gala of friends fundraiser
6pm St. Jude Gym
Community Parks Provide
for a variety on recreation and relaxation
Recreation can be found in our town at city parks and
swimming pool, two 9-hole golf courses and historic attractions. Day trips can
be taken to Beaver Creek Park to camp, hike and fish or ski in the winter or
take a run to Fresno Reservoir for a day of boating and fishing.
Childrens recreational sports are a high priority. Local
parks are filled with young enthusiastic participants, their parents and
grandparents, where tennis, skateboarding soccer, and the traditional sports
share billing. The winter provides hockey and ice skating opportunities. The
high school and the college teams offer another opportunity for spectators to
cheer for their favorite sport. School spirit and rivalry runs deep along the
& 7th Ave.
Picnic areas, playground equipment, gazebo and
& 16th Ave
Ball field and restrooms.
1st St &18th Ave.
Playground equipment, picnic area and restrooms.
William M "Bill" Vaughey
16th St & 9th Ave.
Ball field, tennis courts, restrooms and drinking
9th St W
& Blvd. Ave.
Ball fields, playground equipment, basketball courts and restrooms
4th St &12th Ave.
Playground equipment, basketball and tennis courts.
9th St &11th Ave.
Exercise trail, playground equipment, basketball court and
Heritage Dr & Bullhook Rd
Volleyball courts and playground equipment.
US Bank Park
11th St across from MSU-N
Exercise trail and drinking fountain.
11th St &11th Ave.
St & Beaver Creek Blvd.
Playground equipment, picnic areas and drinking
11th St & Kennedy Ave.
12th St & 6th Ave.
Softball field & restrooms.
Slow Pitch Complex
South of Town
towards Beaver Creek Park
Softball fields and restrooms.
Community Swimming Pool
420 6th Avenue
25 meter pool and sun area.
Hwy2 between 3rd and 4th Ave.
Picnic & town gathering
east end of 9th Street, just before
reaching the Legion Ball field
Bill Baltrusch Nature Trail
south end of 12th Ave and the corner of
A 2 mile walking trail, with views of
Saddle Butte and Bears Paw Mountains there are benches and exercise
station along the trail.
15th Street and Montana Ave.
regulation softball and soccer fields
and walking track restrooms