Originally part of the 20,000 acres purchased by the Danish People’s Society (Danskfolkesamfund), the 3 lots that this park sits on were given to the Village of Partridge in 1933 and in 1936 it was dedicated and reserved forever to be a park. It has a band shell, volley ball area, horse shoe pits, basketball court. There is several historical markers located within the park including a plaque dedicated to Dr. Fenger, the first doctor of Askov and a plaque that says in Danish “Manly Courage, Womanly Faith, Happiness Always.”
This park was originally dedicated to a young girl that was killed in a tragic accident. Volunteers came together to create a safe area for children to play. It contains a play structure, tire swing, basketball court and tennis court.
The RV Park contains 8 spots for RV camping. Four of the spots have electrical hookups for 20 amp and 30 amp. Four of the spots have electrical hookups for 20 amp, 30 amp and 50 amp. All have hook ups for water and sewer.