Reece Memorial Park

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.

Operating Hours & Seasons

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