Locate city parks and other city-owned properties on a city's official website, such as on the websites of the cities of Middletown and Columbia, or call the relevant city department. Some city websites have a list of city divisions and departments under which you can locate city properties.
Find city-owned parks and recreational areas in the city of Middletown, Connecticut by clicking on the Departments tab on the home page and clicking the Parks Division - Public Works link. The next page provides both the location and office hours of the Parks Division, as well as a PDF list of parks and recreational areas within the city. The list notes the presence or absence of such amenities as playgrounds, tennis courts and picnic areas.
The website of the city of Columbia, Missouri, likewise has links to information about city parks. The city also owns the Activity and Recreation Center, and you can find information about this center by clicking on the ARC (Activity & Recreation Center) link under the Visitors tab. The website also provides information about city trails.
Locate city-owned property on the St. Louis city website by clicking on the Leisure and Culture and Transportation, Infrastructure and Utilities links on the website home page. Note that these pages also list private or business-owned property.