City West Building
In accordance with CDC guidelines and state recommendations pertaining to COVID-19, City leaders and staff want to share important information about City parks and trails.
While City parks and trails remain open in Gillette, users are encouraged to practice social distancing (maintain 6 feet of distance between people). The health and well-being of our community is our top priority, and practicing social distancing will prevent community spread.
Here’s how you can help:
- By Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon's order, limit your group to less than 10 people when visiting a park in our community.
- Avoid the use of playground equipment.
- Avoid the use of softball and baseball fields.
- If you have been sick, please stay at home for your health and the safety of others.
- Avoid popular areas where people may congregate.
- Please maintain distance between you and other park users according to guidelines and recommendations by health officials (maintain 6 feet of distance between people). Please take into consideration the health of others when spending time outdoors.
- Pack hand sanitizer.
The City of Gillette Parks Division is responsible for overseeing more than 661.11 acres of developed park land, including 2 regional parks and 38 neighborhood parks. Many of these parks offer picnic areas, playgrounds, restrooms, volleyball courts, horseshoes, barbeque grills, and basketball courts. You can also enjoy outdoor fitness equipment, fishing, frisbee golf and many more great features. The division maintains over 49 miles of bike path trails that offer safe routes which provide recreational opportunities for walking, running, and cycling. In addition, Gillette has a free admission outdoor pool that is operated seasonally during the summer months.
Adopt-a-Planter – The Adopt-a-Planter program displays a diverse and unique collection of gardens. They reflect the human effort to create a harmonious blend of beauty and nature. They provide a sparkling jewel within the City’s right-of-ways and City owned spaces.
Accessibility – The City of Gillette welcomes persons with disabilities and is working toward enhancing several ADA accessible playgrounds and four all-inclusive playgrounds. Please see the ADA playground map as we have over 38 parks with something for everyone.
General Park Rules:
Hours: 7 a.m. – 11 p.m.
Advertising is prohibited
Alcohol beverages by permit only
Animals must be controlled