village parks

Memorial Park

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Memorial Park was one of Shelby's First Parks, created in 1903. The park is located at State, Third and Maple and features picnic tables, benches, a monument, and a canon!

Horseshoe Park

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In 2012 Horseshoe Park was created with recreation and tournaments in mind! The Park was recently given the name of Nichols Horseshoe Park for Shelby resident Lou Nichols involvement in getting it developed. The horseshoe tournaments are held in the warmer months, Saturday from 10:30 am until teams are finished. The public is always welcome.

Wesco Park

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Wesco Park is located at State St. and Fourth. Lots of folks walk to local  businesses, and this park gives you a minute to rest in the shade.

Getty Park

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Getty Park & Field was deeded over to the Village by George B. Getty and Sarah J. Getty in 1908. It is located on 6th Street,  running along both sides of School Street. The park includes tennis courts, basketball courts, a ball diamond, soccer field, a playground, and picnic tables. It's popular with the youth of the community.

Tank Park

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Tank Park is located on 6th Street and Industrial Park Drive. Take time to sit at the park benches or picnic tables to rest and reflect.

Rail Trail Pavilion

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Located behind the business district, right along the beautiful  

William Field Memorial Hart-Montague Trail is our Rail Trail Pavilion. The pavilion is popular with trail hikers, bicyclists and residents alike. It provides an excellent shelter for music and farm & art markets.  There are also several picnic benches for you to enjoy your lunch. You may rent the pavilion by calling the Village office at 231-861-4400.

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