Kent-Stein Park is a 66-acre home run of a sports complex that welcomes about 100,000 visitors each year. The park has eight lighted baseball diamonds (including historic Tom Bruner Field), nine lighted softball diamonds, night lighted horseshoe courts, two concession stands, picnic areas, restroom facilities, walking/biking trails and fishing in the adjoining 11-acre slough.
Latitude: 41.410899 Longitude: -91.068588 Elevation: 543 ft
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I am the director of Muscatine's Convention and Visitors Bureau. I work to maximize visitors to Muscatine and Muscatine County and to ensure that they have a positive experience.
Muscatine, Iowa is one of the most beautiful and unique places I've ever been. It's totally unlike anywhere else.
Don't miss the opportunity to while away the hours downtown, and Riverside Park, just a block away from historic downtown, provides a peaceful experience alongside the mighty Mississippi with its stretch of trail that follows the bend of the river.
The park hosts events sponsored by national, state and local associations involving participants of all ages. Tournaments, camps, clinics, games and practices are welcome.
Open April 1st-November 1st.