• Parks & Recreation

  • Lelah Bradley Park

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    Lelah Bradley Park offers fishing, boating, hiking trails, hunting, camping, picnicking and nature study. Special permits for boating on the upper or lower reservoirs are available at the Law Center. Located in the southwest part of Centerville. Hours of operation 6 am to 10 pm. For more information, call 641-856-8528.


  • Sharon Bluffs Park

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    Sharon Bluffs Park includes a picnic area, wooded trails and Nature Center on the banks of the Chariton River. Located three miles east of Centerville (1/2 mile south of Hwy 2). For more information, call 641-856-8528


  • Morgan Cline City Park

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    Morgan Cline City Park is located south of Hwy 2 in Centerville.   The rolling and wooded hills are the perfect place for a family picnic or a leisurely stroll.   The park is also home to the City Pool and an increasingly popular frisbee golf course.  To reserve a shelter, call City Hall at 641-437-4339.


  • Honey Creek State Park

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    Honey Creek State Park  provides recreational services and natural education in an outdoor setting at minimal or no cost.  Picnic shelters, boating access, interpretive programs, camping, cabins, and hiking through woods and prairies are provided.   Located on the north side of Rathbun Lake.  For more information, call 641-724-3739.