The Thompson Campground sits within the 465 acre Rothwell Park and was named in honor of Lionel Thompson, former Mayor of Moberly.
Depot Park – under the jurisdiction of City Hall – is located on Sturgeon Street next to City Hall, an anchor at the opposite end of Reed Street from the Post Office and Tannehill Park.
Located on Russhaven Drive in the southeast section of Moberly, this 9 acre park is named after the Fox family from whom the City purchased the land.
Lion's Beuth Park
Located on Beuth Road, this former quarry was given to the City of Moberly by brothers Tom and Bill Riffel.
Rothwell Park - one of the largest municipal parks in the state - is truly a gem and a recreational destination.
Located behind the Post Office in downtown Moberly on the corner of Reed and Hagood Streets, Tannehill Park was Moberly’s first park.
Park & Lake Guidelines
Because parks play a vital role in meeting the outdoor recreation needs of area residents, certain regulations must be enforced to ensure that the parks will continue to meet the needs of area residents.