Reece Memorial Park

The Park is made up of 70 acres with a variety of amenities such as an octagon shaped shelter house with fire place, an additional shelter enclosure at the scenic overlook, stream fishing, public hunting, picnic areas, water, vault restrooms, a playground, and primitive camping. The park is divided by Honey Creek. It is noted for the blanket of bluebells that bloom during spring and has a great hiking area.  


South of New Providence on Hwy S57 located on the North side of 310th Street lays Reece Park.


A real treat in the spring to see the blanket of bluebells that bloom. The park also features a shelter house, picnic tables, water, vault rest rooms, a playground, primitive camping, and hiking area. It is also open for hunting. 70 acres of public forest is open to public hunting and recreation at this location.


Primitive Camping Details


Annual Permit: $100/unit per camping season (April - October each year)

Daily Permit: $10/unit per night - Daily permits are valid for the days listed in the registration form.

*Each primitive park enforces a 14-day stay limit for both daily and annual permit holders. Campers must leave the park once they reach this limit.  

Register and purchase permits online at My County Parks.

Annual Permit Registration / Daily Permit Registration

Registration must be completed within 30 minutes of arrival.

Once registered, campers will receive an email confirmation for their online payment which will serve as proof of registration.  

Operating Hours & Seasons

This park opens at 6:00 A.M. and closes at 10:30 P.M.