Hannibal Parks & Recreation

Hannibal Parks and Recreation Hannibal Parks & Recreation
320 Broadway Street
Hannibal, MO 63401
(573) 221-0154


Hannibal Parks & Recreation Department takes care of more than 30 parks and facilities. Here are a list of the parks: Ann Dorsey Hodgdon Park, Broadway Mini Park, Cardiff Hill Overlook Park, Central Park, Dempsey Dog Park, Douglass School/Arizona Cleaver Stemmons Park, Dulany Park, Glascock's Landing, Huckleberry Park, Indian Mounds Park, Kiwanis Park, Lover's Leap, Mark Twain Memorial Lighthouse, Nipper Park, Norfolk & Southern Multi-Sports Park, Ringer Park, Riverview Park, Sand Volleyball Courts, Southside Recreation Park #2 (South Main Street area), Spooner Creek Park and West Ely Park. Others facilities maintained by Hannibal Parks & Recreation •Clemens Field at 403 Warren Barrett Drive, a historic baseball field that is now housing the Hannibal Hoots •Bear Creek Trail, which begins at South Main Street, just south of the railroad tracks and ends at Ely Street, next to the bridge and Dempsey Dog Park and has outdoor fitness equipment •Y Men’s Pavilion and Trailhead building at 105 Hill St. The pavilion is available to rent and the bathrooms at the Trailhead building are open to the public every day. •Nipper Marina, located at the foot of Broadway, with boat rental slips available. •The Aquatic Center at 1700 Pleasant Drive features two twisting slides, one drop slide, two diving boards, several water features and a handicap lift. Pool hours May to August are noon to 6 p.m. every day. •Common Ground Community Garden at 322 South Eighth St., across the street from the Street Department on Warren Barrett Drive; and Victory over Hunger Community Garden, on the northwest corner of Adams Street and Sycamore Street. Volunteers are always needed, produce is given to volunteers and to food banks. •Admiral Coontz Recreation Center, 301 Warren Barrett Drive, is open daily for walking and other sports. A Play Without Boundaries Sensory Room has equipment and facilities for disabled individuals. The Recreation Center is used as a civic center in Hannibal and is busy every day. •Huckleberry Park Ramp Park open March on weekends, open April through May 3:30 p.m. to dark weekdays, noon to dark weekends; in the summer open noon to dark every day. •Sodalis Nature Preserve is a 191-acre park property that was given to the city to preserve endangered bats. It is now Hannibal’s second-largest park.