Parks & Recreation

Trail System

With multiple entry points from within the city limits of Sturgis, we are a community that lives and thrives in the outdoors. Our trail system is substantial and expanding.

For the most up-to-date maps and interactive information on the area, visit You’ll find our trails in the “Northern Trails” Section. Specifically, you’ll want to check out:

Alkali Creek Watershed
Centennial Trail
7th Cavalary Trails
Bear Butte

Sturgis Community Center

The Sturgis Community Center provides a safe and healthy environment for the citizens of the greater Sturgis area so that they may participate in recreational and entertaining activities.
We are devoted to providing a diverse number of programs to meet the physical and intellectual needs of the Sturgis Community and to maintain a safe and healthy environment in which to enjoy those programs.

We encourage your participation in the many recreational, civic, and cultural activities coming this season.  We value you as a patron of our facility and appreciate your comments and suggestions.  Please let us know how we can better serve your needs.  You are welcome to stop by anytime for a tour and an opportunity to meet our friendly staff.

Sturgis Parks

The Parks Department is responsible for maintaining over 100 acres of park / recreation property (including property located along Fort Meade). We work with many sports groups to ensure the use of the recreation areas and help many organizations setup for special events during the year.

Sturgis City Municipal Park
Woodland Park
Centennial Park
Meade Avenue Park
Rose Park
Willow Park
Starline Avenue Park
6th Street Playground

6th Street Baseball Complex

Sturgis Girls Softball Complex
Fort Meade Softball Complex
Sturgis Tennis Court Complex
Hills and Plains Park
Sturgis Soccer Complex
Barry Stadium
Sturgis Fairgrounds