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Everly's 10 acre community park is located on the southwest side of town and has something for everyone. 

The new playground equipment was installed in 2006 and includes multiple slides, climbing walls, monkey bars, and so much more!  You can also find a basketball and sand volleyball court, walking path, shelter house, and a restored country school house.  Many community organizations collaborated to make our park a success.  In the late fall the Commercial Club sponsors the Tree Lighting Project.  Area residents and businesses may choose to decorate our park trees with Christmas lighting.  To adopt a tree please contact City Hall. 

Call City Hall (712) 834-2691

today to reserve the shelter house!

The city park also features a new 9 hole disc golf course!

Garden of Peace & Hope

         The Garden of Peace and Hope is place designed for remembrance and meditation; honoring those who are serving our country in the military. It is an extension of the Blue Star Program where a banner with a blue star is placed in the window of homes of the families who have someone currently on active duty. This Garden Spot at the Everly Community Park honors those with Everly connections who have and are serving in our military.

       The Garden includes a gazebo to enjoy, a small walking path, and many flowers and plants to enjoy. New trees and shrubs were planted this year.

And is home to Clay County's Freedom Rock! We are anxiously awaiting our mural to be painted.




Scharnberg Park is just minutes away from Everly. 

Scharnberg Park is a 45 acre park that hosts a 15 acre pond which includes a handicap accessible fishing pier.  There are 63 individual camp sites and 3 log cabins available for rent.  Each site includes rural water, 20-30-60 amp breakers, cable TV, and wireless internet.  This park is maintained by the Clay County Conservation Board.  For more information on this park, please visit the Scharnberg Park webpage.

 

 


City of Everly, Iowa 2009