Parks & Recreation

Waukee Parks & Recreation provides many programs throughout the year that appeal to participants of all ages. The Department offers leagues, activities, tours, special events and much more! Waukee Parks & Recreation strives to give all residents and visitors fun and recreational experiences at affordable costs.

The Parks and Recreation Department improves the quality of life for Waukee citizens by maintaining eight city parks, 19.2 miles of trails, Sugar Creek Golf Course, the Community Center and the planning of all annual festivals. The Department maintains and schedules the use of parks, ball fields and shelters for special community activities.

Subscribe to the Waukee Parks & Recreation Monthly Newsletter to keep up on all that's going on with events, programs and park news!

Check out the 2016 Fall/Winter Program Guide!

Register for programs beginning August 15.

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    Park Board Presents "The Haunted Toy Box" October 28 & 29

    Prepare to be scared at the Park Board's annual Haunted House Friday, Oct. 28 and Saturday, Oct. 29 from 7-10 p.m. each night! This year's theme is "The Haunted Toy Box". Read on and see a video preview...
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    Sugar Creek Golf Course Closed for the Season

    Sugar Creek Golf Course is now closed for the season, to allow for a major sewer project to occur. The driving range and putting green will remain open through mid-November, weather permitting. Read on...
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    Mayor Peard Recognizes Randy Jensen and Jim Miller for Trailhead Fundraising

    At the Monday, Oct. 3 Waukee City Council meeting, Randy Jensen and Jim Miller were recognized by Mayor Bill Peard for their vision and fundraising efforts for the Raccoon River Valley Trailhead Art Project. Read on...
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