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Parks Directory ••••••••••• Outdoors 28 3 Summit Activities Center 1801 Summit St. Est. 1996 - Outdoor: soccer fields, football fields, softball fields, batting cage, 8 lighted tennis courts, walking/running track, green space. Indoor: lap pool, zero depth pool, 134’ slide, weight and fitness area, walking/running track, 6 basketball/volleyball courts, 2 performing arts theaters, meeting rooms 78 2 X Tripp 8th Street and Broadway Avenue Est. 1912 - Green space, outdoor ice rink (weather permitting) 2 1 X Water Works Levee Street and Walnut Street USS Scorpion Monument, Meridian Bridge, Riverside Park trail head, green space 6 Westside 5th Street and Summit Street Est. 1883 - Kid’s fishing pond with ducks and geese, lighted skateboard park, basketball court, 2 lighted tennis courts, stone gazebo, Dakota Territorial Museum, green space 10.5 Yankton Municipal Cemetery 27th Street and Highway 81 Est. 1868 - First burial in 1876. Many prominent figures from Yankton history are buried at the Cemetery, including: General Custer’s bandleader, several Territorial Governors, State Senators and Congressmen and the notorious Jack McCall, who was hung for Wild Bill Hickok’s murder 15.25 32 – Yankton, South Dakota X X X X X X X X X X 1 X ADA Accessible Sertoma 15th Street and Ferdig Avenue Est. 1978 - 6 lighted baseball/softball fields, 1 lighted football field, 2 batting cages, outdoor ice rink (weather permitting), green space Public Restroom 5.5 Swimming Pool Lighted Pedestrian Trails Play Structures Picnic Shelter Acres Rotary Nature Area 7th Street and Burleigh Street Est. 2002 - Native grasses and flowers, outdoor classroom structure X X X X