Kosciusko has a multitude of beautiful parks for every kind of fun.

 

JASON Niles Park is the largest playground park in Kosciusko. It features tennis courts, playground equipment, walking track, exercise equipment, and a nine-hole disc golf course. The Park provides a splash pad for those seeking refuge from the summer heat that is open from Memorial Day through labor Day and is available for rent after-hours for private functions. The park is located on Knox Road across from the Oprah Winfrey Boys and Girls Club. The park offers a covered pavilion for family gatherings, picnic tables and soon to come a new Amphitheater for music events, plays and more.

Northside Park has a little bit of everything with three baseball and softball fields, a walking track, basketball courts and a concession stand/pavilion. The pavilion is available to the public to rent for special occassions. The park is located on Lewis Slater Way behind the Kosciusko Upper Elementary School on Highway 43 North.

Hugh Ellard park is the crown jewel of the Koscuisko sporting facilities. The state of the art complex features 10 baseball and softball fields along with a large soccer complex. There are four concession stands, a walking track, batting cages and exercise equipment available. The park is located on Love Road in Kosciusko only a few miles from the Natchez Trace Parkway and lodging.

The Redbud Springs Park sits on the original Natchez Trace along Natchez Street in downtown Kosciusko. The park features fountains, historic markers and a bronze stature depicting Tadeusz Kosciuszko.

Aponaug Park is a small park located on West Jefferson Street that features playground equiment, basketball courts, walking track and baseball field.