Parks in and around Sibley

Recreational opportunities are plentiful in Sibley in one of our beautiful parks.

Other recreational opportunities include a 6-lane bowling alley offering leagues and year-round, open bowling and the Osceola County Historical Society, which maintains the McCallum Museum and Brunson Heritage House, located within Sibley's Central City Park.

Sibley Central Park - This park contains 4 shelter houses, a little league baseball diamond, playground equipment, restroom facilities, and a multipurpose court with tennis, pickleball and basketball.

Sunset Park - Sunset park contains a shelter house and playground equipment.

Sunrise Park - Sunrise park contains nature area, a pergola with a picnic table, trail, and benches.

Sam Robinson Memorial Park - Robinson Park is located next to Robinson Pond. Camp sites are available with electrical and water hookups. Robinson Park is also located near the Sibley Golf and Country Club, and the recently renovated Sibley Outdoor Aquatic Center. This park contains restroom facilities, shower, playground and 3 shelter houses.

Hawkeye Point - Located 5 miles north of Sibley you will find yourself at the highest point in Iowa! Site includes a viewing platform and farming museum. Nearby you will also find the Hawkeye Point campground. Campground amenities include electrical hookup, playground equipment, shelter house and public restrooms with shower.