Parks in Bondurant

FINAL REPORT
PARK, TRAIL AND GREENWAY MASTER PLAN

Bondurant Regional Trailhead
2 Main St. SE
just South of Bondurant Public Safety Building
(101 Grant Street North)
The Bondurant Regional Trailhead is a centerpiece of the Eastern Polk County trail system and Chichaqua Valley Trail. Established in 2013, the 0.7 acre trailhead park features a 1,440 square foot open-air shelter with restrooms and water bottle fill station. This shelter is a replica of the original Bondurant train station that served train passengers from 1883 to 1962.  The Trailhead sits on the historic Chicago Great Western rail line. The railway operated from 1883 to 2005. The trailhead rail bed right-of-away was purchased by the City of Bondurant from Bondurant Co-Op in 2011 to create a trailhead park to honor Bondurant’s railroad history.

Interested in reserving a park shelter in Bondurant? Click here for more information.

 City Park
201 Main St. SE (Main St. SE & 2nd St. SE)

  

City Park is the most centrally located park in Bondurant. Located two blocks east of the Elementary and Middle schools, and just one block south of downtown, this is an ideal place to relax. This park has a basketball court, large swing set, playground,  flowers, and a large grassy area to play catch or run around. Park Shelter with restrooms are newly built in the fall of 2015.

 Lake Petocka Park
520 Pleasant St. NE
                                     
Lake Petocka is a beautiful, tranquil lake surrounded by a winding biking and walking trail (0.71 miles surrounding the lake). Lake Petocka Park was connected to the rest of the City by trail in 2011, making it easier to get to the park safely without driving. Connecting Lake Petocka Park to the Chichaqua Valley Trailhead has been complete. The south side of the lake, to the right of the entrance, offers a partially enclosed shelter and a playground (new in 2011) with slides and swings. A sand volleyball court is on the west side of the lake, close to the park entrance. This court can be reserved along with the Volleyball Shelter next to the court, so parties with Volleyball Shelter reservations have priority. A small open shelter is also located on the east side of the lake (Men's shelter). All shelters are available to reserve through the City. If there are no reservations, park shelters may also be used on a "first-come, first-served," basis.

Bondurant Recreational Sports Complex 
2050 Jr. Haines Pkwy NE (Accessed by Pleasant Street Northeast)
Bondurant Recreational Sports Complex is situated on the northeast side of Lake Petocka and contains seven youth baseball fields and one field that is high school regulation size. The youth baseball fields have a base distance of 60 feet and the larger field has a 90 feet base distance and a grass infield. All fields are available for reservation with permission from the City of Bondurant. Click here to be directed to reservation information. Bondurant Recreational Sports Complex also has a small playground for children, a new concession stand built at the end of the season in 2012. A tornado safe room that was constructed in early 2012 and restrooms that were completed in early 2015.
Little League Baseball Website: http://www.eteamz.com/bondurant/
Lady Jays Softball Website: www.bondurantsoftball.com

Gateway Park - Porch Swings and Fireflies
Corner of Grant Street SE & HWY 65, next to Casey’s General Store

Bondurant Youth Soccer Complex
South of 2nd St. NW, behind the American Legion Building (315 2nd St. NW)
The Bondurant Youth Soccer Complex is the perfect place for those upcoming soccer superstars to begin learning how to play the game. The Soccer Complex has numerous fields for kids of all ages to enjoy playing and watching soccer. The Bondurant Soccer Club handles all soccer-related activities for the youth. This organization holds a spring and fall league. The link to their website is below.
Mallard Pointe Park
501 Mallard Pointe Dr. NW  (Mallard Pointe Dr. NW & 5th St. NW)
Mallard Pointe Park is a great little park on the west side of town. Amenities include a quaint playground with four swings and several benches and tables for relaxing. A nice green area surrounds the playground for children to enjoy.
Eagle Park
North side of 2nd St NW between Deer Ridge and Mallard Pointe
Wide open green space for leisure activity.

Renaud Ridge
This 1/2 acre park is located northwest of the Bondurant Community Library and west of Grant St. N in the Renaud Ridge development.
Lincoln Estates
Lincoln Estates park is a .4 acre lot located east of Hwy 65 and south of Lincoln St. SE
Wisteria Heights
This is a 1.3 acre park located in east Bondurant, south of Hwy 65 between Joshua Ct. SE and 13th St. SE

Wolf Creek
This is in southwestern part of Bondurant, south of Hwy 65 on Wolf Creek Rd SW