City Park

Dedicated in the memory of a Rossville baseball pioneer Joe Campbell, the historic stadium features one of the oldest grandstands in the United States. A photo of the covered grandstand was featured in the July 1976 Bicentennial Issue of Sports Illustrated. Along with the signature grandstands, Joe Campbell Memorial Stadium also has a towering monster chain wall in right field.

To apply for advertising sign on the stadium fence please complete application and return to City Hall

In June 2010, an active group of Rossville volunteers began a campaign to make city park a safe, fun, phyiscally active place for children to be. Surpassing their goal of $130,000, new equipment was designed by Rossville children and built by Rossville volunteers. This truly is a community build playground!

The new equipment includes swings, slides, tire swings, arch rock wall, chin up bar, tree house, firepole, climbing wall, chain bridge, and the "Dawghouse". The playground is fully accessible and features two areas: School-Aged (for kids ages 5 to 12) and the Tot Lot (for kids ages 2 to 5). See more pictures and read about the Park Improvement Project

Open to citizens all year round, the shelter house includes electricity, lights, and picnic tables. Most weekends you will find a family reunion or a birthday party enjoying the shelter house. To reserve the shelter house, at no cost, contact City Hall.

Directly adjacent to the tennis court, the basketball court is a great opportunity to work on your skills. The full sized court includes painted lanes and two goals. Start a game with friends or challenge the family.

The activity for every age group! Play a doubles game or just a classic singles match. With the enclosed playing area, nothing sounds better than an afternoon on the tennis court.

The 2 sand volleyball pits provide an area of fun for the whole gang. Bring your volleyball and plenty of sunscreen. The family reunion won’t be boring this summer!