Westbrook Park (100 acres)

Out of the half dozen parks in DeWitt, Westbrook Park is the largest. Within the park are numerous amenities including picnic shelters, four baseball / softball diamonds, two playground equipment areas, horseshoe courts, an 18-hole disc golf course, mountain bike trail, dog park, two public restrooms, and a concession stand. The park also includes a natural timber area with foot trails and the Paul Skeffington Memorial Trail, which is a multi-purpose trail ideal for walkers, joggers and bicycles.

Lincoln Park (2.1 acres)

This is the City's premier park and is located next to DeWitt’s Downtown District.  Amenities include a picnic shelter and picnic tables, gazebo, playground equipment and public restrooms. The Lincoln Park Band Shelter was constructed in 2015 by local contractors and funded by business and community contributions in addition to a generous grant from the Clinton County Development Association.  The band shelter hosts many community events. Named Lincoln Park in recognition of the adjacent old Lincoln Highway, this common venue for festivals and community events is also home to the DeWitt Chamber & Development Company and the DeWitt Community Center.

DeWitt Dog Park

Located within Westbrook Park, the DeWitt Dog Park opened its gates in 2012 to many wagging tails! Open year-round, this green area provides two acres of fenced in land for dogs to run free. There are designated areas for both large and small dogs along with benches for owners to relax at. This park was made possible by a local group of dog lovers, Paws for a Cause.

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