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The City of Max Park Board provides park facilities and programs to accommodate the needs and interests of local residents and visitors. Whether you are into sports, nature or just want to take your children to the playground, City of Max is the place for you.
Come out and enjoy our beautiful parks!
Max City Park is located on fifth Avenue in Max, between Hill Street and Flower Street. It has two large picnic shelters with abundant picnic tables, which can be moved into the shelters or out onto the lawn. The park or a specific shelter can be reserved for special events by calling the Park Board President. Bathrooms at the park have modern plumbing and running water. However, due to ongoing issues with vandalism, the park bathrooms are only open by reservation when the park is reserved for special events. The contemporary playground equipment was installed in 2005 as a special project of the Park Board.
Centennial Park is located on Main Street in downtown Max, on the west side of the Civic Center. It was developed in 2006 for the Max Centennial. The park currently contains a picnic shelter and a memorial bench (pictured below), as well as brand new playground equipment geared for younger children.
Max RV Park is available for campers visiting Max. The park is located at Sixth Avenue and Flower Street, on the west side of City Park. There are eight camp sites available. They have water, sewer, and 50 amp. electrical hook-ups. Camping rates are daily. Sites are rented on a first come, first served basis. Information can be obtained and fees can be paid by calling our Park Board President. Emergency/after-hours numbers are also posted at the RV park. The seasonal opening and closure dates for the Max RV Park vary from year to year depending on weather conditions.
2017 Rate: $15/day contact Heather at 701-500-1846
Park Board Members: Heather Lee, Emilee Wheeler, Natalie Hauf, Karrie Boedicker, Laura Talbott
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