Parks & Recreation

Multiple People out Kayaking at the Lake Lodge Recreation CenterSince John A. Latsch donated nearly 2,200 acres to the City of Winona, which include Aghaming Park, Latsch Island, Prairie Island, and Gabrych Park to name a few, the City has embraced his spirit and love for the outdoor environment. 

Winona is known for leading recreation trends within the state of Minnesota. Winona built the first outdoor zero depth entry aquatic center and are one of two communities to have an outdoor ice climbing attraction, and the Friendship Center is the only nationally accredited senior center in the state. 

2022 Fall Display Show Runner Up

Winona Parks and Recreation Implements CivicRec® Recreation Management Solution 


The City of Winona has collaborated with CivicRec to provide software for parks and recreation services. The new software will give citizens greater visibility into parks and recreation activities, memberships, sports leagues, and facility rentals, along with a more convenient online registration process.

To check on your account status or to create an account, go to https://secure.rec1.com/MN/winona-mn/catalog

For more information, please call the recreation department at 507-457-8258 or email recreation@ci.winona.mn.us.

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  1. Parks & Recreation

    Physical Address
    207 Lafayette Street
    City Hall - Room 105
    Winona, MN 55987


    Directions

    Phone: 507-457-8258

     Summer Hours
    Memorial Day through Labor Day

    Monday through Friday
    7:30 am to 4 pm

     Fall / Winter / Spring Hours
    Monday through Friday
    8 am to 4:30 pm



  2. Park Maintenance

    Phone: 507-453-1640

  3. Tree Crew

    Phone: 507-457-8281

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