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Recreation

Walking/Biking: There are 4.7 miles of paved walking and biking trails that will take you from beautiful Hill Lake throughout the City.

The City of Hill City has three parks maintained by the City and available for public use.

Bear Park: located on Hwy 169 and Ione Ave with a gazebo.  The walking/biking trail also runs parallel to Bear Park.

Ben’s Park:  A small park located on Lake Ave across from the post office.  The walking/biking Trail runs parallel to Ben’s Park.

Hill Lake Park:  Swimming and sun bathing can be enjoyed in the sparkling water and sandy beach.  This beautiful, wooded area was donated to the City in September of 1921 for the specific purpose of being a park for the City residents and tourists to enjoy.  The park includes rest rooms with shower facilities, picnic shelter, playground, beach, fishing dock and boat landing.  It has 14 campsites with water and electrical hookup and 20 tent sites available call City Hall at (218) 697-2301 for the nightly charge for the camping.

Fishing:

Hill Lake is 907 acres, approximately 4 ½ miles in length.  Some of the fish that can be caught in Hill Lake are: Walleye, Crappies, Northern Pike, Bluegills, and Large and Small Mouth Bass.

With all we have going for us you’ll enjoy your stay and maybe call Hill City your HOME!

City of Hill City is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Provider.
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