Park Hours: 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
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Memorial Park Baseball Field may be lit until 11:00 p.m. on Friday and Saturday
from the last weekend of April through Labor Day for games

Parking: All vehicles shall be parked in designated areas. Vehicles not parked in designated areas are subject to a fine. No vehicles are allowed on grass areas.

View Street and Park map (pdf)



Memorial Park
is located at the south end of 1st Street (200 block) on the east bank of the Cannon River.       

The park has a beautiful Pavilion built in 2006, children’s playground area, horseshoe pits, softball diamond, and host the home of the Dundas Dukes baseball field and dugout.
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Memorial Park Pavillion photo by Glenn Switzer, 2006


RENTING OF PARKS:

PAVILIONS at Memorial Park and Mill Park are available for renting during the months of May through September. To rent the Pavilion at Memorial Park or Mill Park for a specific date, you can contact City Hall at 507-645-2852 for availability and reservation forms.

2017 Reservation Form (pdf)

2017 Rental Fees: (plus MN & County sales tax)

Half Day: Monday - Friday $55.00 plus sales tax
All Day/Saturday/Sunday $95.00 plus sales tax
Deposit $150.00  

Reservation Calendar 2017
May | June | July | August | September

Memorial Park pavillion interior

photo by Glenn Switzer, 2006



Photo of Mill Park taken by John McCarthy, 2007

Mill Park is located on Railway Street. A walking bridge over the river connects the park to Memorial Park. It has an open-air picnic pavilion that is available for reservations. (see above box)


Additional photos of Mill Park taken by Glenn Switzer, 2006

Schilling Park is a lovely green park area located along County Road One and Highway 3, east of the Dundas Post Office.
Also, located at Schilling Park is a great fenced in area for dogs and owners to run and interact..




Photos of Schilling Park taken by Glenn Switzer, 2006


Millstone Park - photo by Glenn Switzer, 2006
Millstone Park is located in the Millstone Addition on Millstone Lane and was added in Fall of 2008.

Bridgewater Heights added
Pinnacle Park in the
Summer of 2009

Adopt-A-Park

Dundas Adopt-A-Park Program
Sponsored by: Dundas Park and Recreation Advisory Board

To beautify and maintain our local parks the City of Dundas has instituted an Adopt-A-Park Program. The program gives volunteers the opportunity to assist their community and to help keep Dundas parks clean, attractive, and safe.
Tasks will include litter pick up, raking, sweeping, mulching and weeding.
Because Adopt-A-Park groups are active in the parks, we also ask the individuals or groups to report any suspicious activities or unsafe conditions they may observe. Those eligible for Adopt-A-Park participation includes individuals, families, clubs and civic groups, and local businesses. Parks available for adoption are Schilling, Memorial, Mill, Bridgewater and Pinnacle.
We ask volunteers to make a one year commitment and to clean their park at least three times per year.
Participants recognition will be posted at the “Adopted Park."

Please note the following Parks for 2017 have been adopted:
Memorial Park • Mill Park • Schilling Park • Trailhead • Millstone Park • Pinnacle Park • Dog Park

Park available for adoption are the park at Bridgewater Heights.

Application
(pdf)

Please contact Dundas City Hall for more information at 507-645-2852 or email at cityhall@dundas.us


Dundas currently has four designated community parks with another park in progress: the Mill Towns State Trail, a planned recreational trail between Cannon Falls and Faribault. The first three miles of the trail has been built between Dundas and Northfield and is open to biking, blading, skating, walking and running. The Mill Towns Trail Head, locateddowntown on Railway Street, hosts a trailerparking to accommodate snowmobilesand with plans for a proposed canoe landing.


Mill Towns trailhead -photo by John McCarthy, 2007

Trail going through Mill Park - photo by John McCarthy, 2007
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