About City of Alma Parks
The City of Alma owns and maintains King Park, Hampton Park, Pine River Park, Holiday Park, Riverside Park, Wright Park, Scotland Yard, Euclid Ball Fields, Mill Street Park and Highland Park (south Library courtyard). The City also provides a boat launch north of Pine River Park with available vehicle/trailer parking.
We have five parks available to reserve for your outings or events. The five parks are: Highland park, King park, Pine River park, and Wright Park. These parks vary in amenities and are available on a first-come-first serve basis. To reserve a park shelter, please visit our Park and Shelter Reservations page.
City parks are open daily to the public between the hours of 7:00 am and 9:00 pm. Enjoy the beauty and fun of our City parks.
City Park Restrooms
The City of Alma is in the process of renovating several of the parks restroom facilities. Conservation Park and Riverside Park restrooms remain under construction and closed. Restroom facilities in other parks are open from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. during the regular season.
Euclid Ball Fields
Euclid Ball Fields are located on the corner of Walnut Street and Euclid Avenue, along the Pine River at 800 Euclid Avenue.
Hampton Park is located on Hampton Street between Grassmere and Windsor streets.
Highland Park is located directly behind the Alma Public Library at 500 East Superior Street.
This park shelter is available for reservation for a rental fee.
Holiday Park is located between South Lincoln and South Park, south of the Pine River, across from Riverside Cemetery.