City Parks closed 11:00 pm to 5:30 am; per City ordinance
Keep Our Parks & Paths Clean.
Pick up after your dog!
There are stations around town with bags and trash containers.
Camping in Welles Memorial Park
101 Nebraska Ave, Breckenridge
11 Campsites Available 7 days a Week
Campsite Information & Map of Park- Click Here
Breckenridge Dog Park - 504 Beede Ave, Breckenridge
This park is located along Beede Avenue, east of Veterans Memorial Park, south of Breckenridge Family Community Center and west of Twin Town Skate Park.
This new park will offer an opportunity for your pet to interact with other dogs in a safe and controlled environment. There are many proven health benefits for a dog park in a community for both dogs and their owners. A dog park is a great way to socialize and meet your neighbors. The more that dogs are able to interact with other humans and dogs, the less likely they are to bark and become aggressive. Dogs need physical exercise just as much as humans, they love to run free.
We welcome you and your pooch to come out and enjoy the fresh air, exercise, and meet new friends!
Veterans Memorial Park - 502 Beede Ave, Breckenridge
The park location is on the corner of 5th Street North and Beede Avenue. With the City’s ability to acquire a rare AH-1 Cobra Attack Helicopter that was actually used during the Vietnam War, the idea of a park to honor all the men and women who have, and currently still do, serve and protect our country. The Veterans Park was created with that idea in mind. Pavers and blocks are all laid on the winding pathway in the park with the names of loved ones etched in the stone. For inquiries to purchase a memorial brick call (218)643-1431 or application is available at Breckenridge City Hall.
Veterans Memorial Park Paver Application ~ Click Here
Bike Maintenance Station & Air Pump- Click Here
Headwaters Park - 46 Minnesota Ave, Breckenridge
At the Headwaters of the Red River of the North in Breckenridge, on Minnesota Avenue West at Interstate Bridge. At this spot the Red River of the North begins its Northward flow 549 miles to Lake Winnipeg, Canada, and from there continues onto Hudson Bay, making it the longest North flowing river in the United States. The Red River of the North is formed by the joining of the Bois De Sioux and Otter Tail Rivers at this spot. Parking and picnic shelter facilities are available. There is also a 'Friendship Sculpture' denoting the Headwaters.
Kid's Corner - 600 Chicago Ave, Breckenridge
Located at South 7th Street and Chicago Avenue in Breckenridge. Facilities include playground equipment, basketball courts and shelter.
Oxcart Trail Park - 312 Wilkin Ave, Breckenridge
The Oxcart Trail Park is located on Wilkin Ave, west off Highway 75, and was formerly called the Wilkin Avenue Playground. The park consists of several activity panels, numerous slides and tunnels, a horizontal ladder, two decorative roofs, a clatter bridge and belt bridge, tire swings and belt seat swings, basketball and small softball courts, restrooms, picnic shelter and various other activities. Its handicapped accessible, and will accommodate children up to age 12. The Oxcart Trail Park was named for the authentic wagon wheel rut trails that wind through Wilkin County.
Shelter Rental Form ~ Click Here
Welles Memorial Park - 101 Nebraska Ave, Breckenridge
The park entrance is at 2nd Street North and Nebraska Avenue for vehicles and from Minnesota Avenue West via the walk bridge. Facilities include: handicapped accessible playground equipment, picnic shelters, 9 Hole disc golf course, horse shoe pits, river bank fishing, 11 campsites, restrooms, open grassy areas. This is the site of the Wilkin County Fair and Breckenridge Headwaters Day and other activities, Historic schoolhouse, tours are available upon request. Three Rivers Performing Stage featuring periodic historical pageants.
Railroad Park - 317 Minnesota Ave, Breckenridge
Located on Minnesota Avenue across from Cinema 6 theater. Railroad Park boasts of a renovated Great Northern Caboose, various railroad monuments, and original platform bricks from the depot grounds along with a beautiful flower garden. Tours are available upon request.
Gazebo - 413 Minnesota Ave, Breckenridge
Located on Minnesota Avenue between 4th and 5th Streets North. The gazebo was dedicated in September of 1991 to former city-clerk treasurer, Mike Casper.
Angelique's Arbor - 105 5th Street North, Breckenridge
Located in the main business district along 5th Street. This is a mini park to sit and enjoy the day. Named after Angelique Bourcier Martin, one of three French women who originally owned most of the land which is now Breckenridge. The park includes benches and flowers.
Rotary Park - 101 Main Street, Breckenridge
Located on Main Street near Park Manor on the Otter Tail River. Facilities include a picnic shelter, this portion of the Otter Tail River has been adopted by the Breckenridge Rotary Club.
Lion's Park - 602 Highway 75 North, Breckenridge
Located on Highway 75 North on the Otter Tail River. Facilities include playground equipment, picnic shelter, restrooms, public access to the river, parking. There is also a historical monument explaining the burning of Breckenridge in 1862.
Jefferson Park - 300 10th Street South, Breckenridge
Located on 10th Street South and Dacotah Avenue. Facilities include playground equipment, shelter, restrooms, and baseball fields.
Shelter Rental Form ~ Click Here
Family Aquatic Center Park - 520 N 13th Street, Breckenridge
Located at Beede Avenue and 13th Street North in Breckenridge. Facilities include swimming pool (outdoor), shelter, playground equipment, sand volleyball courts, and basketball court.
Information on Family Aquatic Center ~ Click Here
Senior High School Athletic Complex - 710 13th St N, Breckenridge
Located at the East end of North 14th Street in Breckenridge. Facilities include softball, baseball and football fields, and track for running, restrooms, storage buildings and press box.
NEW Pickleball Courts - Click Here
Breckenridge Elementary School Playground- 510 8th Street North, Breckenridge
Located on the East side of the school on Beede Ave in Breckenridge.
Skating Rink Area - 521 North 6th Street, Breckenridge
Located at North 6th Street and Beede Avenue in Breckenridge. Facilities include lighted hockey and open skating areas, warming house/family community center and sledding hill.
Breckenridge Family Community Center rental information & warming house hours ~ Click Here
Twin Town Skatepark - 630 6th Street North, Breckenridge
Located at 630 6th Street North in Breckenridge. Our mission is to bring a high quality, well-designed skatepark to the Wahpeton/Breckenridge area for people of all ages & all skill levels. Rules are posted onsite.
For more information ~ Click Here
or contact City Hall (218)643-1431
Parks in Wilkin County (outside of Breckenridge)
Tom Richels County Park- Located east of Breckenridge on County State Hwy 14, go about 1/2 mile, turn left onto 359th Ave (there is a sign), follow that road until 208th Street. A beautiful place for a picnic, get back to nature, take a walk, or to fish from the shore and bridge.There is a bathroom, shelter, picnic area, benches for overlooking the water. Also, a special place in honor of children who lost their lives, Cherish the Child Memorial Garden.
Prairie Chicken Roadside Park - Located at the North edge of Rothsay, MN. 20 miles North East of Breckenridge. Rothsay has been designated as the Prairie Chicken Capital of Minnesota. The park contains prairie chicken statue and picnic tables.
Lloyd's Park - Located 9 miles North of Breckenridge on Highway 75 then 1 mile West in County Road 18. There is a picnic area with a flower garden overlooking the Red River of the North. Bank fishing is available from both side of the river and include a boat ramp at the Brushvale Bridge Recreation Area located on the North Dakota side.
Parks in Wahpeton, North Dakota
Chahinkapa Park & Zoo - Located in our sister city of Wahpeton, ND just across the Interstate Bridge entrance on R. J. Hughes Drive. Facilities include an excellent zoo, beautiful Prairie Rose Carousel, Prairie Rose Chapel, playground equipment, shelters, campsites, swimming pool, and water slide.
Kidder Recreation Area - Located along the 210 bypass on the Red River of the North. The 26 acres of the area includes garden plots, an arboretum, excellent fishing along shorelines, fish cleaning station, picnic shelter, restrooms & showers, modern campsites with water & electricity, a boat ramp and fishing piers. It is also home to "Wahpper" - the world's largest catfish.