NEPRC & WHY
Bramble Park Zoo
Address: PO Box 910, 800 10th St NW
Contact: Dan Miller
At Bramble Park Zoo you can experience more than 800 mammals, reptiles and birds from around the world, including those native to the Great Plains, in naturalistic enclosures. The Zoo also offers educational programs such as tours, Animal Encounters, Zoo School, summer camps, themed classes, workshops, special events, and programs www.Facebook.com/BPZandLAZS.
Watertown Parks, Recreation & Forestry Department
Address: 1900 W Kemp
Contact: Director: Terry Kelly Park and Rec Superintendent Jeremy Herrboldt Parks and Forestry Superintendent: Wade Pengilly
The Park & Rec's website has information on all recreation programs and is your source for online registrations. You can also check the website for weather related announcements.
Address: Located at the junction of 32nd St W and Golf Course Road
Located at the junction of 32nd St W and Golf Course Road. Clubhouse and rodeo grounds.
Disc Golf Course
2 locations:off 10th Avenue N next to the Kiddie Pond and Jackson Park
Family Aquatic Center
Address: 825 3rd St SW
Phone: 605-882-6267 or 605-882-6260
Highway 212 and 3rd Street SW
Cattail Crossings Golf Course
Address: 351 South Lake Drive
Contact: Levi Pearson
Address: Located at 314 21st St SW (near Koch Complex)
Skateboarding, in-line skating, BMX.
Stokes-Thomas Lake City Park and Campground
Address: 90 South Lake Drive
SD Game, Fish & Parks
Address: 400 W Kemp
Turn in Poachers Hotline 1-888-OVERBAG (683-7224)
Address: 16633 448th Ave Florence, SD
Joy Ranch is your all-inclusive, all accessible destination for families, businesses and youth. It has been specially designed to be fully barrier free. Joy Ranch is an 1800's prairie town, complete with "old west" facades that will contrast with the very modern, high comfort nature.
Watertown Running Club
Address: PO Box 636
Contact: Dr. Dan Reiffenberger
Like to run? Distances can range from 2 miles and up. No competition. This is strictly a social gathering for those who want to run with others. Starting October, meet at 7AM on Sundays at Bamble Park Zoo. Starting May meet at 7AM on Sundays at north parking lot of Jackson Park, and on Wednesdays at 5:30 PM at Northridge Clinic parking lot. Facebook at www.facebook.com/watertownarearunningclub/
Arrowhead Archery Club
Address: 120 3rd St SW,, PO Box 905
Contact: Skip Meisenheimer
Junior Olympics Fastpitch Softball
Contact: Matt Paulson or Kelly Kettwig
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Junior Olympics Slowpitch Softball
Contact: Dave Ebbers
Watertown Baseball Associaton
Address: PO Box 1451
Watertown Area Swim Club
Address: PO Box 601
Contact: Donna Bierschbach
Phone: 605-882-3141 or 605-886-0999
A competitive swimming program with practices held daily, striving to strengthen the swimmer at their individual level.
Watertown Hockey Association
Address: PO Box 483
Contact: Jenni Wirkus
To promote the sport of hockey and to provide positive experience and necessary skills for all participants, both boys and girls, from ages preschool to high school to compete and play hockey.
Watertown Youth Soccer Association (WYSA)
Address: PO Box 556 (Anza Soccer Complex 1620 17th St. SE)
Contact: Michelle Czerwan
A professionally run soccer program that is fun for all ages by providing opportunities for developing and enhancing individual talents, teamwork and sportsmanship.
Watertown Wrestling Booster Club
Address: P.O. Box 393
Contact: Susie Stroup
Youth wrestling program has been set up to help promote, support, and build on our great wrestling tradition.
Watertown Cheer & Dance - Rising Star Athletics
Address: 4 3rd ST SE, Watertown SD, 57201
WCDA is a gymnasium designed to offer affordable recreational and competitive cheer and dance to youth in our community. Check out classes and programs on Facebook: www.facebook.com/RisingStarAthleticsLLC/.
Maas Ice Arena
Address: 112 21st St SW
Phone: 605-882-6266 or 605-882-6260
Ice skating facility
The Way of the Horse
Contact: Wendy Olson
Incorporating horses for learning and personal growth. Activities are therapeutic, educational and fun. Benefits of being with horses include: respect, character development, confidence, problem solving, leadership and teamwork. There is no riding. All sessions are on the ground and no horse experience is necessary. www.facebook.com/thewayofthehorseSD/