City Of Blue Earth - City Parks

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City Parks 

Blue Earth is proud to offer a variety of parks and recreational opportunities for our residents to lead active lifestyles.  Currently our city is home to six public parks, each offering different amenities and settings.  To view a map of the city's trail system click here.

Putnam Park is located at the south end of Main Street.  This park is home to our municipal pool and the city's disc golf course.  Putnam Park also offers tennis courts, a new picnic shelter, new playground equipment and bathrooms.  Shelter reservations are $50 for the day and are taken at City Hall by calling 507-526-7336.  Click here for the reservation form.

Steinberg Nature Park is located 1/4 mile east of Blue Earth on County Road 16.  The 33 acre park provides a natural setting for visitors to enjoy native prairie plants, river views, woodlands, birding and natural habitat.  The Steinberg Nature Park has a picnic shelter with a restroom, outer woods trail/picnic area and a 1/2 mile crushed limestone trail that is accessible for all users.  Shelter reservations are $50 for the day and are taken at City Hall by calling 507-526-7336.  Click here for the reservation form.

The Blue Earth Area Middle/Elementary School Park is located in the heart of town.  Newly remodeled playground equipment ensures your children will have both a fun and safe visit.  The Elementary/Middle School park also offers basketball courts. 

The Faribault County Fairgrounds are located right on North Main Street.  The Fairgrounds offer ball fields, a walking/biking trail, camping and bathrooms.  The campground has 4 tent sites and 9 electrical sites with full hookups.  There is a fee of $20.00 per night for the electrical sites and $10.00 per night for the tent sites.  (This is a change from previous years).  The City allows a maximum of five consecutive nights of camping at the campground unless prior arrangements have been made.  There is a $5.00 charge for waste tank dumping.  A payment box is located at the site for your convenience.  These amenities are looked after by the world's largest statue of the Green Giant.  The campground closed for the season on Monday, October 16.   

Leland Park and Beyer Field border each other on County Road 16 (Leland Pkwy).  These two parks include the municipal ice rink, sledding hill and warming house. 

Third Ward Park is located on the east side of Blue Earth.  This neighborhood park has playground equipment in a peaceful setting.

Please call City Hall at 507.526.7336 for more information.