Nestled between the Minnesota and Blue Earth Rivers, Sibley Park is one of the oldest parks in Greater Mankato, once featuring a horse racing track, regional zoo, museum and clay tennis courts. Now featuring an agricultural theme, the park has been recognized as having one of the coolest playgrounds in the state by NewsCastic in 2015. To add to the theme, there is a petting zoo with farm animals typically including, alpacas, goats, peacocks, lambs, chicks, as well as Koi fish in the pond. More features of this beautiful, historic place include beautiful walking trails through the park and along the river, gorgeous flower and stone gardens, HealthBeat outdoor exercise equipment and a bandshell that is utilized in the summer months to host the Mankato Area Community Band and more! In the winter, take a sled and delight in a large sledding hill for everyone to enjoy! Coming festively aglow, the park is decorated with more than 2 million lights and dancing displays during Kiwanis Holiday Lights event that begins on black Friday through December 31.
Sibley Park consists of three adult softball fields with one lighter field for nighttime play. Each field has the capacity to house 100-200 spectators and is equipped with bleachers, permanent restrooms, and ample parking. A playground in the area serves as entertainment for the little ones too.
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