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Parks & Camping
Spring Lake Park Playground
Superintendent:  Duane Mummert
Asst. Superintendent:  Steve Thill


Cherokee's parks offer many opportunities for enjoyment for all residents and visitors.  Koser Spring Lake Park, located near the Little Sioux River, contains over 40 camping spaces with electrical, water and sewer hookups, and nearby shower and restroom facilities.  Circling the lake is a 1.1 mile asphalt walking/jogging trail.  Modern playground equipment, several shelter facilities and fishing opportunities await visitors.
Koser Spring Lake Yacht Club
Scheduled to open early summer 2013, the new Yacht Club Community Building will be available for all types of gatherings such as family and class reunions, wedding receptions, bridal and baby showers, business meetings and events.  Daily rental is $100.  Rentals for 4 hours or less start at $65.  Kitchen facilities available (no stove).  Capacity of 90.  Call 712-225-2715 in the afternoons to make reservations.


Directly across Hwy. 59 is Wescott Park, which contains ball diamonds, a shelter, concession stand and restroom facilities.

Check out Gillette Park, home of the Bacon Aquatic Center, a favorite of young and old alike!  The aquatic center, new in 2007, has a zero-entry pool with children's features including a sand play area and splash pad.  Older swimmers enjoy a flume slide as well as an enclosed tower slide.  See the Bacon Aquatic Center page for more information.

Contained within Gillette Park is a new, large playground area, a walking trail, and an open shelter with tables and benches for your enjoyment.
   
Gillette Shelter






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