Kirchhoff Park is an 11-acre parcel and was the city’s first park, with a donation of part of the acreage from Frederick Kirchhoff. This popular park is located on the east side of Roosevelt Road, about a quarter-mile north of Lincolnway on the city’s east side. View a map of Kirchhoff Park.
Amenities include horseshoe pits, tennis courts, age-appropriate playground equipment, softball fields, and lots of open space.
The North Shelter is open-sided and is surrounded by large shade trees. This shelter will accommodate approximately 80 persons. Renters of this shelter will use the handicap-accessible restrooms located in the nearby Kirchhoff South shelter.
The South Shelter was extensively renovated six years ago and will accommodate approximately 50 persons. The shelter is equipped with handicap-accessible restrooms.