Parks and Recreation

Walcott has five parks with various amenities! Throughout the summer, Little League and the Tri County Men’s Fastpitch Softball League utilize Victory and Wescott Parks. Games can usually be found at both parks most nights throughout the week. Many tournaments are played in Walcott including the Iowa Area Fastpitch tournament in June.

Walcott’s new Splash Pad opened on August 7, 2019. The Splash Pad is located on W. Otis Street, across the street from Wescott Park.

The six-week Summer Recreation Program June 15th.  The program will be held on Mondays, Wednesday, and Fridays from 9 a.m. – Noon, for ages 5 – 14.  Participants will meet at Wescott Park and be transported to Camp Abe Lincoln for activities each Monday and Wednesday and field trips are scheduled for Fridays. Through the City’s sponsorship, the registration fee for 54 hours of fun-filled recreation is only $70 for each child residing in the Walcott community.  The Walcott community is defined as residential homes located within Walcott City limits or Fire District #6. Participants residing outside of the Walcott community are required to pay the full cost of $196.45 per child.  Registration forms will be posted online when available.

Please click on the name of each of our parks below to find out more information!



Prairie View Park & Heritage Trail Find Out More

Prairie View Park & Heritage Trail

Located near the intersection of North Main Street and West Parkview Drive (behind Casey’s). This area includes re

Water Tower Park Find Out More

Water Tower Park

Located at the Northeast corner of South Main Street and Memorial Road. There is playground equipment, a soccer field an

Welcome Find Out More

Welcome Park

Located on North Main Street and Cedar Lane Drive.   This is a welcome center for the City with a brick paved memor

Wescott Park & Splash Pad

Located on the corner of West James Street and North Parker Street, one block west of Main Street. Some of the amenities

Victory Park Find Out More

Victory Park

Located on the corner of East James Street and North Henry Street, one block east of Main Street. Some of the amenities