Lewistown Parks and Recreation & Civic Center
The Lewistown Park and Recreation Department oversees all 10 of the city parks, along with Fish Hatchery Park, East Fork Reservoir, Hanson Creek, Frog Ponds, Brewery Flats, Turner Center, the trail system, D'autremont complex, and the Lewistown Aquatic Complex. It also helps with the ice skating rink and the Big Spring Skatepark and is the place to go if you want to rent or reserve shelters at Frank Day Park, the Fish Hatchery, and the Turner Center.
- Co-ed Softball: May-July | Kyle Moline | 406-350-0631
- Youth Baseball/Softball: April-July (depending on league) | Derek Manseau | 406-350-0797
- Fergus High Softball: March-May | Mike Mangold
- Lewistown Bowhunters Association: Mark Showmeyer | Bob Barber | Scott Maxwell
- Senior Rifle: Dick Hassler | Tim Moline
- Junior Rifle: Jo Shipman
- Hockey: Scott Kirsch | Bill Berg | Derek Manseau
Lewistown Civic Center
The Civic Center has a gymnasium, weight/cardio room, meeting rooms, locker rooms, indoor archery and rifle ranges, and hosts sports leagues year-round.
- 4-on-4 basketball | December-March
- Co-ed volleyball | Tuesdays December-March
- Women's volleyball | Thursdays November-March
- Indoor Soccer | January-mid March
- Fall Rec. Youth Soccer| September-October | Ages 5-13
- Flag Football | August | Grades 1-6
- Little Eagle Basketball | March-April | Grades K-4
- 5th-6th Volleyball/Basketball seasons may change
- Roller Skating | Fridays 7pm-9pm January-April
- Used by Lewistown Bowhunters adult and youth
- Senior Rifle .22's only, Jr. Rifle 22's only
- Used by School Dist. #1 for practice/games, etc.
- Rent space for Birthday parties, etc.
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Lewistown Public Library
Built as a Carnegie Library in 1905, the Lewistown Public Library provides the most modern and up to date information access facility in the county. Located across from the Fergus County Courthouse on Main Street, the library has both the feeling of the old and the wonder of the new.
Lewistown Trail System
The Lewistown Trail System consists of 20 miles of multi-purpose trail winding through the community. The trails are usable year-round. Every few miles, the terrain switches, from paved urban pathways connecting businesses and schools downtown, to the crushed gravel cutting swaths through remarkable natural areas. Whether you choose to walk, hike or bike, the Lewistown Trails present the best of the quintessential Montana vistas of mountains, prairies and farmland.