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PARKS & RECREATION

All park assets listed below are overseen and maintained by the Park Board. Click here for more information.

STEBBINS
MEMORIAL
PARK

Stebbins Memorial Park is the city’s main park.  It encompasses one city block across from the high school between Center St. and Clarence St. with playground equipment, a basketball court, public restrooms, a baseball field, the pool complex, three pavilions and lots of picnic tables. Stebbins Park is a popular location for family reunions and birthday parties.  No reservations needed.

SARCOXIE
POOL
COMPLEX

The Sarcoxie Pool Complex is located on the southeast corner of Stebbins Memorial Park and provides a fun summer experience to citizens and community members from Memorial Day weekend until one week before the school year starts. 

HISTORICAL
DOWNTOWN
SQUARE

The historical square is located in the heart of downtown Sarcoxie and features lots of shade trees, places to sit and relax, the Veterans Memorial, Historic City Bell, and a gazebo for public entertainment.

The town square hosts the City’s most popular annual events as well as farmers markets and car shows.

GENE TAYLOR
COMMUNITY
BUILDING

The Gene Taylor Community Building is located at 5th and High Street.  Its location is at a gateway to the downtown area.  Designated as a park asset, the community building is available for public events and can be rented as a venue for private events. Contact City Hall for an application.

HISTORICAL
DECOMMISSIONED
CALABOOSE

The old city jail is a small concrete structure just off the square on North 6th street. This building was donated back to the City in 2019 and is being currently renovated into a self-guided museum. 

OZARK LAND TRUST (OLT) 
SOFT PARK

The Ozark Land Trust’s “Sarcoxie Cave and Spring Preserve” is a 3-acre tract of land located just west of the city square.  Nestled between wooded hills and an inactive railroad tract, it includes a cave, spring and pond in a meadow that feels separated from the rest of the world.  The cave harbors the federally endangered Ozark cavefish and the rare Arkansas darter has been found in the spring.

SHOWBARN
&    
ARENA

Located a block east of the city square, the arena is a roughly 1-acre pipe fenced enclosure well suited to equestrian and livestock activities.  It includes a small concession stand and an elevated press box.  Directly adjacent to the arena is an open sided barn that has historically been used for the livestock show during the annual Chief Sarcoxie Days Festival.  

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