Mom and Fawn
Mom and Fawn
Path to Barkhausen
Path to Barkhausen

Alan DeWane Neshota Park, located in the southeast corner of the County, where the Neshota River is joined by King Creek, providing 260 acres of riverbed, steeply sloped valleys, and wooded hills. Neshota Park is a gorgeous setting for the naturalist, sightseer, hiker, dog walker, cross country skier, horseback rider, family road trip and so many other users. Several miles, of well-marked trails, cross the woods and rivers providing a perfect out-of-city experience. In the winter months, cross-country skiing, sledding and snowmobiling are popular activities in the park. An enclosed shelter building, complete with cooking facilities and a fireplace, is also available to rent for special events. During the winter months, and when the cross country ski trails are open, the shelter is open daily for a warming source for all outdoor enthusiasts. 

The Friends of Neshota Park are an official County-recognized non-profit group that work and strive to better the park for everyone to enjoy.
 Consider becoming a voice and supporting the park by joining the Friends of Neshota Park group.



Things To Do:
Dogs allowed (on leash only)
Cross Country Skiing
Hiking
Horseback Riding
Hunting
Picnic Areas
Playground
Sledding
Snowshoeing
Volleyball