1255 Warrior Lane
This 33-acre park is full of recreational opportunities. The park is equipped with 2 sand volleyball courts, 3 ball diamonds, basketball court, 9-hole Disc Golf Course, 3 playgrounds, 2 open shelters, 1 enclosed shelter, creek, and a covered bridge. The open green space is perfect for a picnic with the entire family.
South End of 4th Street
This 7-acre park began a major facelift with the addition of a new sledding hill. The conceptual master plan calls for many improvements to the park including a multipurpose court, playground, shelter house, and a trail around the perimeter of the park.
655 SE Legacy Pointe Blvd. This 21-acre park serves as a flat, open field for uses such as soccer practice and open play. It also has a sand volleyball court, walking path, play area and a backstop. New in 2007, the Ridge Pointe Park Pavilion will seat up to 50 people and can be rented year-round.
Located on South Branch Drive
This 3-acre park serves as a small neighborhood park. It is improved with a playground set, open shelter, picnic tables, grill and benches.
Intersection of Walnut Street and 6th Street
This half-acre park is nestled in the heart of downtown Waukee. It contains a large gazebo and serves as host to the farmers market on Wednesday nights during the summer months and Santa during Winterfest.
Located behind 1070 1st Pl, East of Southview Street
Songbird Park has been recognized as a “Backyard Wildlife Habitat" and Certified as such by The National Wildlife Federation. This 3-acre habitat is certified in the NWF worldwide network of 36,000 mini-refuges where because of the owner’s conscientious planning, landscaping and sustainable gardening wildlife may find quality habitat-food, water, cover and places to raise their young. The average habitat is between 1/3 and 2 acres. Roger Schlaefer, park caretaker says that in the parks 15 year existence, good progress has been made in providing wildlife habitat. He would appreciate more volunteer help in planning even better habitat and landscaping. If you have any good ideas please contact Roger at 515-987-1928.
114 Windfield Parkway
This five-acre neighborhood park includes an open shelter, picnic tables, two playground sets and an open field area.