- Parks & Recreation
- Rothwell Park
Location & Hours
Rothwell Park is located on the west side of Moberly. The park is made up of 465 acres of pristine forest, water, and maintained recreational areas. The Park is open to the public daily from 5 a.m. until 11 p.m.
Rothwell Park - one of the largest municipal parks in the state - is truly a gem and a recreational destination. Few cities the size of Moberly - or even those larger - have anything comparable with the vast acreage and amenities. Located on the west side of Moberly, Rothwell Park is easily accessible from Highway 24 Holman Road, or Fisk Avenue. Review the following Rothwell Park amenities.
This is THE premier aquatic center in Mid-Missouri! Opened in the Summer of 2009, this modern family aquatic center has many amazing features.
The archery range in Rothwell Park has 14 targets and is located immediately east of the Moberly Aquatic Center. It is accessed via the gravel road immediately south of the Aquatic Center.
The Howard Hills Athletic Complex (HHAC) is located at 2002 West Highway 24. The HHAC contains approximately 80 acres of ball fields including 8 softball/baseball fields, and 3 football / soccer fields.
The Thompson Campground sits within the 465 acre Rothwell Park and was named in honor of Lionel Thompson, former Mayor of Moberly.
Candy Cane City Playground
Located on the east side of Rothwell Park on the shores of Rothwell Lake near the Lake Pavilion, the Candy Cane City playground is every kid’s dream come true.
Enjoy the beautiful outdoors by testing your skills on Rothwell Park’s two 18 hole Disk Golf courses.
The Dog Park at Rothwell Park opened August 2011 and has proven to be a popular park amenity.
Fishing & Boating
Understand the boating options, fees, and amenities available at Rothwell Park.
The Magic City Line transports passengers of all ages on a one mile long adventure in Rothwell Park!
Rothwell Park is home to a war memorial area recognizing the nation’s wars.
West 43 Wilderness Area
The West 43 Wilderness Area is over 43 acres of undeveloped land.