Town Parks

Centennial ParkCentennial Park offers a wide variety of option for space use to include youth sports activities, large group gatherings and event space for annual Town events. There are two pavilions/shelters that can be rented out for private use, restrooms, a playground, horseshoe pits, a large open field and an outdoor basketball court. The park is located at 100 West Campbell St., the entrance into parking lot on the east side of the park is off of Campbell St. and 1st St.; additional road parking along Civic Circle is also available.
Kohler ParkLocated at 315 McIntyre St., Kohler Park's mature trees provide a large, well-shaded grass area for those hot summer days. Kohler Park offers a single pavilion that can be rented for private use, restrooms, a playground, covered 'pergola' with seating as well as several bench seats. Parking is located on all surrounding streets and provides easy access to the entire park area. 
Memorial ParkAt 901 Hill St., Memorial Park offers a short walking trail in between the trees and flagpoles right along Highway 34. Many Kersey community members have donated time and money to plant trees and install plaques in honor of Kersey's military veterans. Parking is located off of Hill St. on the east end of Memorial Park; please DO NOT drive through the park on the trails. 
Centennial Trail
Escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life and enjoy the serenity of the Centennial Trail. This paved pathway offers a journey through the heart of Kersey, providing convenient access to both the Platte Valley school campus and the downtown area. As you meander along the trail, you'll be treated to views of the tranquil waters of the Latham Canal and the surrounding natural landscape. The highlight of the trail is undoubtedly the bridge crossing, where you can pause to admire the scenic rural countryside and soak in the beauty of the great outdoors. Whether you're seeking a peaceful stroll, an invigorating bike ride, going for a run, or simply a moment of solitude, the Centennial Trail offers the perfect escape.
General Park RulesPlease DO NOT drive any motor vehicles onto grass or turn areas in the parks. Trash totes are located in all parks, please make sure all your trash is cleaned before you leave. Dogs are allowed in all parks when leashed or held to 'strict' voice commands; Town of Kersey Staff and the Kersey Police Department reserve the right to remove any animal from park facilities who are causing issues. NO alcohol is allowed in parks at any time; exceptions are for non-profit or business groups who file an Alcohol Permit with supporting documentation to the Town of Kersey for approval.