Parks & Recreation
The City of Versailles can boast about their four beautifully maintained tax-supported parks; Versailles City Park, Memorial Park, East Side Park and Dunham Park. The systems of parks are maintained by Superintendent David Vogt, Travis Draffen and Tyler Humphrey. The parks contain playground equipment, shelter houses, horseshoes, volleyball and tennis courts, basketball courts, baseball/softball fields, a disc golf course, grills and picnic tables. The most recent improvement is a handicap-accessible swing set at the main city park.
Summer recreational activities include girls' softball, t-ball, Little League baseball and Babe Ruth programs.
During the Holiday season, the main park is lighted with donated lighted Christmas/Holiday decorations. Free of charge, the public is invited to drive through the park to enjoy the lighted displays.
Versailles City Pool is located at 806 E. Magnolia. Hours are Monday-Saturday 11 a.m.-6 p.m. and on Sunday from Noon to 5 p.m. During inclement weather the facility is closed.
Prices: Free for age 3 and under. $3 for age 3 to 60, 60 and over is $1.
Pool passes start at $100 for an individual, $150 for 2 people, $175 for 3 and $200 for 4. Each additional person on the pass is $25 for up to 8 people.
Splash cards are available for $50 for 20 swims.
Mommy and Me classes are available 10 a.m.-11 a.m. every Monday starting June 11 through the end of July (excluding July 2) The cost is $1 for moms and free for little ones.
Water aerobics are Tuesday and Thursday starting 8 a.m. on June 12. Please contact Stefanie Pryor at Morgan County Health Center for more details at 573-378-5438.
Visit the Versailles City Pool Facebook page for more information and details on special events!