State, County and City Parks

Backbone State Park

Oldest park in the State of Iowa, north of Manchester, just south of Strawberry Point, in rural Delaware County.
1282 120th St.
Strawberry Point
563-924-2000
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Delaware County Parks

All recreation areas, parks, and natural areas remain open all year.
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Bailey’s Ford Park
105 acres, 3 miles south of Manchester on Jefferson Road. Includes nature center, conservation dept. office and interpretive wildlife displays.
2379 Jefferson Road
Manchester
563-927-3410

Coffins Grove Park
22 acres, 4 miles northwest of Manchester on Early Stagecoach Road.
1387 Early Stagecoach Road
Manchester
563-927-3410

Fountain Springs Park
240 acres, 3 miles northeast of Greeley on Oak Road.
2511 Oak Road
Greeley
563-927-3410

Turtle Creek Park
200 acres, 6 miles southeast of Manchester on Maquoketa River above the Delhi Dam on 267th St.
2124 267th St.
Delhi
563-927-3410

Twin Bridges Park
144 acres, 5 miles west of Colesburg along Highway 3.
2638 on Highway 3
Colesburg
563-927-3410

Manchester City Parks

All City Parks are open to the general public daily from 5a.m. -10:30p.m.
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Baum Park
Anderson Street and East Butler St.

Central Park
North Brewer and East Butler St. (Tennis courts, basketball courts)

Denton Park
West Main Street and North 7th St. (by hospital) (new equipment 1999)

Howard & Helen Shelly Memorial Park
Home of Manchester’s Whitewater Park
201 S. Franklin St.
Website

Seibert Park
Quaker Mill Drive and Hansel St.

Schram Park
Home of the Hartwick Huskys Ski Team
Website

Tirrill Park
West Union St.

Bixby State Preserve

Website

Colesburg

Pride Park
228 Main St.
Colesburg

City Park
508 Church St.
Colesburg

Colesburg Recreation Facilities
400 Harrison St.
Colesburg