The Raymore Activity Center and Centerview are closed to the public until further notice. All playgrounds, basketball courts, tennis courts and baseball fields are closed until further notice. Trails and greenspaces remain open. A distance of at least 6' must be kept between you and others at the park to limit the spread of COVID-19.
Recreation Park - 1011 S. Madison
Located on the southern end of town on 80 acres, Recreation Park is the largest of Raymore's four existing parks. It is also the most active park with approximately 80% of its space dedicated to active programma
ble use. The Raymore Skate Park is also found in Recreation Park, as is Recreation Park Pond (daily creel limits for fishing are 4 channel catfish, 2 bass, 20 blue gill, 30 crappie), baseball complex with concessions, the Optimist Shelter and nearby concession stand, and the East Shelter with new playground equipment (Gemini climbing nets and climbing rock). Hours of operation: Dawn to 11 p.m.
Memorial Park - 400 Park Lane
Memorial Park is located off Olive Street, behind Raymore Elementary School. The park area encompasses 20+ acres and has a pleasant mix of passive and active space. The park hosts several of Raymore's special events and festivals. Hours of operation: Dawn to 11 p.m.
Hawk Ridge Park - 701 Johnston Parkway (Behind Price Chopper)
Hawk Ridge Park is 79 acres of rolling hills with a fishing lake (daily creel limits for fishing are 4 channel catfish, 2 bass, 20 blue gill, 30 crappie). A Missouri fishing license is required. Trout are stocked through winter months (trout stamp required) and channel catfish are stocked regularly in warmer months. All boats, watercraft and personal flotation devices are prohibited from water features located in Raymore public parks. Hours of operation: Dawn to 11 p.m.
Renovations completed August 2019 added several amenities that are accessible to people of all abilities, making the park Missouri's first inclusive park.
- ADA fishing dock and jetty on Johnston Lake
- Accessible amphitheater for musical performances and other community arts programming
- Paved walking trail around the lake
- Shelter house with family restrooms
- Additional restrooms on the south side of the park
- Expanded parking
Additionally, the City has partnered with the St. Louis-based not-for-profit Unlimited Play to help design and build an inclusive playground, Hawk's Nest, at Hawk Ridge Park. Learn more about how you can help make this playground for children and adults of ALL abilities a reality here.
T.B. Hanna Station
Located at 214 S Washington St, T.B. Hanna Station is home to the Original Town Farmers Market (Tuesdays, 4-7 p.m., June-September) and several community events throughout the year, including the Mayor's Tree Lighting. The park features The Depot- a large covered pavilion, big shade trees and picnic tables. Construction is in progress (January 2020) to build a new inclusive playground and sprayground. Anticipated completion is summer 2020. The park will also get an ice rink and permanent restroom.
Moon Valley Park
Located at 500 Chestnut Circle, Moon Valley Park features green space, a playground, shelter house and restroom on 18.5 acres. Hours of operation: Dawn to 11 p.m.
Ward Park - Ward Park Place subdivision
Located on 3.88 acres on the western end of Sierra Drive in Ward Park Place subdivision, Ward Park received playground equipment and a paved walking trail in 2011. Hours of operation: Dawn to 11 p.m.
Eagle Glen Linear Park
Within the Eagle Glen subdivision, Eagle Glen Linear Park features 25.3 acres, green space, walking trails and play equipment.
Good Parkway Linear Park
33 acres of green space and walking trails are located between Stonegate and Wood Creek subdivisions.