Parks & Recreation

Chapin Park with sidewalk and trees

You will need to fill out a Resident Form if you live within the city limits and receive a water bill; otherwise, you will fill out a Non-Resident Form.

City residents will be charged a $25.00 fee for use of the pavilions. This fee must accompany the application, payable the City of Morris. (Refundable only if disapproved.)

Non-residents will be charged a $50.00 fee for use of the pavilions. This fee must accompany the application, payable to the City of Morris. (Refundable only if not approved to rent.)

Pavilion reservations are limited to groups of 25 persons or more.

Applications will be accepted starting the first Monday of April for renting from May 1st through October 15th. Please stop in Morris City Hall at 700 N. Division Street to fill out the park reservation form. Parks are reserved on a first-come-first-serve basis.

One reservation in a 30 day period is allowed by the same person or group.

City park hours are 6:00 am to 10:00 pm daily.

No alcohol is permitted in any of the City Parks.

You must be a resident of the City of Morris to pay the $25.00 fee. If we find that the application is made by you for someone who is a non-resident, your privileges to rent the City Park will be denied in the future.

There are several beautiful state parks in and around the City of Morris. These include:

Gebhard Woods State Park
Goose Lake Prairie State Park
Heidecke Lake
William G. Stratton State Park

BASEBALL/SOFTBALL – Morris Athletic Association www.morrisathletics.org

SOCCER – Morris Soccer Association http://www.msa-soccer.org

FOOTBALL – Chiefs http://www.morrischiefs.org

FOOTBALL – Warriors http://www.morriswarriors.com

Click here for 2024 Pool Schedule

Click to be directed to the Morris pool website: www.morriscitypool.org

Click to email the pool manager: [email protected]

Visit our beautiful parks

Come visit our beautiful parks, or get involved with the many programs offered by our City Recreation Department. We are known for the scenic path along the historic I&M Canal, where you can hike, bike or relax.

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City Parks

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City Parks

You will need to fill out a Resident Form if you live within the city limits and receive a water bill; otherwise, you will fill out a Non-Resident Form.

City residents will be charged a $25.00 fee for use of the pavilions. This fee must accompany the application, payable the City of Morris. (Refundable only if disapproved.)

Non-residents will be charged a $50.00 fee for use of the pavilions. This fee must accompany the application, payable to the City of Morris. (Refundable only if not approved to rent.)

Pavilion reservations are limited to groups of 25 persons or more.

Applications will be accepted starting the first Monday of April for renting from May 1st through October 15th. Please stop in Morris City Hall at 700 N. Division Street to fill out the park reservation form. Parks are reserved on a first-come-first-serve basis.

One reservation in a 30 day period is allowed by the same person or group.

City park hours are 6:00 am to 10:00 pm daily.

No alcohol is permitted in any of the City Parks.

You must be a resident of the City of Morris to pay the $25.00 fee. If we find that the application is made by you for someone who is a non-resident, your privileges to rent the City Park will be denied in the future.

There are several beautiful state parks in and around the City of Morris. These include:

Gebhard Woods State Park
Goose Lake Prairie State Park
Heidecke Lake
William G. Stratton State Park

BASEBALL/SOFTBALL – Morris Athletic Association www.morrisathletics.org
SOCCER – Morris Soccer Association http://www.msa-soccer.org
FOOTBALL – Chiefs http://www.morrischiefs.org
FOOTBALL – Warriors http://www.morriswarriors.com

Click here for 2024 Pool Schedule

Click to be directed to the Morris pool website: www.morriscitypool.org

Click to email the pool manager: [email protected]

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