Open-Air Shelters

All open-air shelters are first-come, first-serve. City of Stevens Point parks open one half-hour before sunrise and close at 11:00 pm.

Iverson Large Stone Shelter

  • Dimensions: 28’ x 55’
  • Usual number of picnic tables: 24
  • Electricity: No outlets available
  • Flush toilets nearby
  • Parking very close
  • ADA accessible
  • Playground across from the parking lot
  • Volleyball court
  • View of woods, parkland, parking lot, ball diamond

Iverson Ball Diamond Shelter

  • Dimensions: 18’ x 27’
  • Usual number of picnic tables: 6
  • Electricity: No outlets available
  • Flush toilets across the field
  • Parking nearby
  • Grass/gravel path approach
  • Ball Diamond next to the shelter
  • View of ball diamond, parkland, woods

Iverson Small Stone Shelter

  • Dimensions: 16’ x 18’
  • Usual number of picnic tables: 4
  • Electricity: No outlets available
  • Pit toilets close by
  • Walk through the park along a gravel path, then grass approach
  • Swings and Beach nearby
  • View of river, woods, parkland, beach

Mead Park Large Shelter

  • Dimensions: 24’ x 40’
  • Usual number of picnic tables: 12
  • Electricity:  4 outlets available
  • Flush toilets attached
  • Parking close by
  • ADA accessible
  • Water fountain
  • Tennis Courts, Volleyball, Horseshoes, KASH playground, Ball Diamond, Disc Golf, Swim Area (dog friendly) nearby
  • View of river and parkland

KASH Playground Shelter

  • Dimensions: 20’ x 20’
  • Usual number of picnic tables: 4
  • Electricity:  No outlets available
  • Close to playground
  • Flush toilets nearby
  • Parking close by
  • ADA accessible
  • View of playground, parkland, neighborhood

Koziczkowski Park Shelter

  • Dimensions: 15' x 25'
  • Usual number of picnic tables: 4
  • Electricity:  No outlets available
  • Parking close by
  • Seasonal port-a-potty
  • Playground nearby
  • View of parkland and woods
  1. Parks, Recreation & Forestry


    Physical Address
    2442 Sims Avenue
    Stevens Point, WI 54481


    Phone: 715-346-1531

    Office Hours
    Monday - Friday: 7:30 am – 3:30 pm



  1. Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan Community Input Meeting

    On Thursday, July 7 at 6:00 pm, the Stevens Point Parks, Rec. & Forestry Dept. will hold an in-person community input meeting at the Rec Center, 2442 Sims Ave., to discuss and get feedback on the City’s parks, park facilities, open spaces, and trails. Read More
  2. Free Swim Sessions and Tube & Toy Nights at the Donald Copps Pool

    The Parks, Recreation & Forestry Dept. is happy to announce the lineup of Community Free Swim sessions for the 2022 season. Thanks to generous support from area businesses & the City of Stevens Point, there will be 8 free swim sessions this summer. Read More
  3. Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan Community Survey

    The Stevens Point Parks, Recreation, & Forestry Dept. invites you to share your input on the City’s parks & recreation amenities to help update our Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan (CORP). The survey will remain open through July 15. Read More
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