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Reservations are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis starting January 2 (or the first working day thereafter) for the calendar year. Reservations can be made online. Visit this page for more information.
Please visit this page for more information on reserving ball fields.
You can purchase annual boat launch tags at the following locations: City of Superior Parks & Recreation Office 1316 N 14th St, Kwik Trip (near Loon's Foot Landing) 3027 E 2nd St, Barker's Island Marina, or Northwest Outlet 1814 Belknap Street. Please see our Boat Launch Page for prices and further details.
In order to have special event in a city park (such as a community fair or BBQ) or a 5K on a city trail, you must complete a special event permit 30 days prior to your event. The permit must be approved by city officials before you can proceed and you must also provide a certificiate of insurance to the city. Please see the Special Event web page for further details.
You can buy an annual ski pass at the Government Center, 2nd floor, at Northwest Outlet 1814 Belknap Street or at the self-serve kiosk at the trail head at 28th Street & Wyoming Avenue.
The City plants trees on boulevards by zone. Each year, if funding is available, the most-needed zone for planting is determined by the Urban Forestry Tree Board. Citizens may plant a tree on their boulevard (purchased by themselves) by obtaining a Tree Planting Permit at no charge. We will also provide a list of approved trees along with our tree planting standards that must be followed when planting a tree on a city boulevard. Call 715-395-7270 for more information on how to plant your own tree on the boulevard. Citizens may also purchase a Tribute Tree and have that planted on their boulevard. Please visit our Tribute Tree page or call us for further information.
Permits are available at the Government Center, 2nd floor, starting the Tuesday after Labor Day. You must bring your DNR customer i.d. number with you to obtain a permit.