Kruegel Park

Last Updated on Wednesday, 31 January 2018 10:29

705 SE Dilke Street

Image: Kruegel Park shelter
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 (7.95 acres) Originally donated to the city in 1958 by William C. Kruegel, the park has a lovely grove of shade trees that border the spacious picnic shelter and BBQ area. Overlooking two tennis courts is an expansive playground, which includes swings, and a large sand area with climbing equipment bordered by combine tires.   A small football field, little league baseball diamond, soccer field, volleyball standards and restrooms complete the amenities available at this lovely park. 

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A) Youth Soccer Field 1       
B) Youth Baseball Field
C) Youth Soccer Field 2
D) Youth Soccer Field 3
E) Youth Soccer Field 4

F) Restroom 1
G) Kruegel Art Shed
H) Tennis Courts
I) ­Play Apprentices
J) Park Shelter
K) Restroom 2

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