Parks & Facilities

  • Parks & Facilities
  • Overview
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  • Broadway Fountain
  • Brown Gymnasium
  • City Campground
  • Crystal Beach Pool
  • Fireman's Park
  • Gaines Park
  • Hargan-Matthews Park
  • Jaycee Park
  • John Paul Park
  • Johnson Lake Park
  • Kiwanis Park
  • Lamplighter Park
  • Lorenz Park
  • Lytle Park
  • Madison B3 Skate Park
  • Michigan Road Tennis Courts
  • Oakhill Park
  • Pearl Park
  • Playground for All Children
  • Senior Center
  • Sunrise Golf Course
  • Warren R. Rucker Sports Complex
  • West-End Park
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    John Paul Park

    Named after Madison's founder, John Paul Park is located on Third Street between Mill and Vine Streets on one and a half acres of land in downtown Madison.  John Paul Park features a ball diamond that serves as the home field for the Men's Softball Association.  During their session, food and drink concessions and restrooms are available.  A metal gazebo was added and dedicated on December 5, 1999.  This park offers a shaded walking path and picnic areas.  John Paul has a rich history dating back to the mid 1800's when it began as a cemetery through its dedication as a park in 1904.

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