Park Reservations

The public is encouraged to use the park facilities for the purpose of recreation, celebrations or civic purposes. Along with the privilege to use those facilities comes the responsibility of leaving the facilities in the same condition it was received. There is no fee unless the function is a for profit event. If park facilities are being used by an individual or organization for financial gain a city occupational license must be purchased from City Hall as well as the applicable facility fees.

To make a reservation, please complete and submit a Park Reservation Form.


2017 League Rules


- Tri-County Baseball & Softball

- Grand River Rules


Will be updated for the 2017 Season this spring


Municipal Swimming Pool


The new Municipal Swimming Pool is under construction with an anticipated opening date of Memorial Day 2017.


T-Ball / Baseball / Softball Leagues 2018

Center Field (Click image to view)

Registration Opens March 7th

Go to:

to register your child for the 2018 Summer T-Ball / Baseball / Softball

No Sign-ups accepted after April 21st


  • T-Ball Co-Ed:  Must be 4 years old by January 1, 2018

  • Midgets Co-Ed Coach Pitch: Can't be 8 before May 1, 2018

  • Pee-Wee Girls 8-10: Can't be 11 before May 1, 2018

  • Pee-Wee Boys 8-10: Can't bee 11 before May 1, 2018

  • Little League Girls 11-13: Can't be 14 before May 1, 2018

  • Little League Boys 11-13: Can't be 14 before May 1, 2018

  • Pony League Girls 14-18: Can't be 19 before May 1, 2018

  • Pony League Boys 14-18: Can't' be 19 before May 1, 2018


  • 25.00 dollars/child until April 1, 2018

  • 35.00 dollars/child after April 1, 2018 - April 21, 2018

  • No Sign-ups accepted after April 21st


  • Registration for this year's Marceline Summer Ball season will be done at beginning March 7th.

  • This online process will not require the parent(s) to come up to the sign-up night.

  • The online Process allows the parent(s) to have access to the website where they can follow games and practices throughout the season.  Parents will also receive text message and emails about rain out games and information about the league.

  • Registration can be completed online.  However, payment must be mailed to P.O. Box 103, Marceline, MO 64658 or dropped off at City Hall

  • Can be accessed by any smart phone.

  • The website will walk the parent(s) step-by-step through teh online registration.

  • PLEASE NOTE: Parents paying with a check or cash will have to come to the sign-up night, fill out a form, and pay that night.  Please be aware if paying with check or cash the parent(s) might not have access to all the tools listed above.  The sign-up for this will be Tuesday, March 7th at 6:00 pm at the Fire Barn meeting room (right next to the Marceline Police Station).

Click Here for Summer Rec Program Sign-Up Form


The City of Marceline is proud to offer a variety of parks and recreational facilities to the public.

Ripley Park:  Ripley Park is located in Downtown Marceline and features 4 acres of beautiful grass, trees, and a pond.  Several events are held in Ripley Park throughout the year, with the biggest event being the 4th of July. Ripley Park houses a lot of history in the City, including an early 1900 steam engine that Walt Disney personally visited in the 1950's.

Marceline Municipal Swimming Pool:  This $2.5 million state-of-the-art facility was designed by Larkin Aquatics and constructed by Carrothers Construction.  Together as a team, Larkin and Carrothers have completed twenty-five projects utilizing technologies and systems to create cutting-edge swimming pools for municipalities that will be enjoyed for years to come.

Baseball Fields:  Marceline Parks & Recreation had over 135 children playing baseball over the summer, with a game almost every night!  Featuring three ball fields, children get to play a lot of ball games and have practices. A new concession stand has been added for visitors to better enjoy the games.

South City Park (Country Club):  This park is over 16 acres, featuring two shelter houses that can be reserved by the public. The country club lake is in the center of the shelter houses and makes for great fishing. The country club also has an in-progress walking/jogging trail that citizens can use to walk around the lake.

New Reservoir:  The "new res" city lake has over 175 acres of water for fishing and duck hunting. The lake is known for great bass, catfish and crappie fishing. Waterfowl hunting is allowed on lake. The lake also has a boat ramp and restrooms.

Old Reservoir:  The "old res" is 62 acres of water with great fishing and waterfowl hunting. Visitors can enjoy a fishing dock, restroom and a boat ramp.