Park & Recreation

Adult Programs


Spring Youth Activities


Kindergarten Schedule

1st & 2nd Grade Schedule

3rd & 4th Grade Schedule

5th & 6th Grade Schedule

Picture Form

7th-8th Grade Northeast Iowa Soccer League (NEISL) Registration Form

Summer Youth Activities

*Little League Softball & Baseball

K-5th Grade Softball Schedule

K-5th Grade Baseball Schedule

6th & 7th Grade Softball Schedules

6th & 7th Grade Baseball Schedules

K-7th Grade Softball/Baseball Picture Form

K-7th Grade Softball/Baseball Picture Schedule

*Swim Team

Swim Team Practice/Meet Schedule

Swim Team Calendar

Swim Team General Information

Swim Team Picture Form

*Swim Lessons

       -Sign up for public lessons at the Aquatic Center or call 563-568-2514. Private lessons can be set up at the Aquatic Center

Summer Rec Registration Forms

*Youth Archery Clinic

Youth Archery Registration Form

Fall Youth Activities

*1st/2nd Grade Nerf Flag Football

Registration Form


*3rd/4th Grade Flag Football

Registration Form


*3rd/4th Grade Volleyball

Registration Form


*5th/6th Grade Travel Volleyball

Registration Form


Winter Youth Activities

*4th, 5th & 6th Grade Girls/Boys Basketball

Registration Form

*Biddy Basketball (K-3rd Grade)

Registration Form

K-1st Grade Schedule

2nd-3rd Grade Schedule

Picture Form

Picture Schedule

Winter Adult Activities

*Adult Volleyball League

Schedule (1st Half)

Schedule (2nd Half-Pool Play)


For more information about Youth Recreation Programs point your arrow at Park & Rec and then click on Youth Recreation in the box that opens.

General Information
Waukon Park and Rec Wellness Director, Jeremy Strub
Waukon Recreation Program Director, Kim Kraus

1220 Third Ave NW
Waukon, IA 52172

  • Office Phone: 563-568-6420
  • Cell Phone: 563-568-7131
  • Email:
  • Waukon Park & Campgrounds: 563-568-0081 or 563-568-6420
  • Campground & Shelter Reservations: 563-568-0081 or 563-568-6420
  • Waukon Family Aquatic Center: 563-568-2514
  • Waukon Softball Complex:  563-568-4651

Webster's Dictionary defines Sportsmanship as conduct becoming to a person who is fair, generous, a good loser, and a gracious winner.

In our fast-paced, ever changing world of technology, sometimes this virtue gets lost. It is part of our departments' goals to continue to provide positive programs and activities that foster this good sportsmanship. Educating kids and adults that all games need to be kept in perspective, trying your best, and having fun are the real reasons you should be participating in recreation activities.