Hardin has four parks, a skate park and a plaza that are all easily accessible and available to the public.
Located: 500 3rd Street W
Custer Park, named after General George Armstrong Custer, was the first park to be established in the City of Hardin. It is located near the elementary school. Custer Park contains public restrooms, picnic tables, park benches, BBQ pits, swings for both infants and children, and numerous other playground equipment.
Located: 200 N Heimat Rd
Heimat Park is the newest of the parks. It has lots of ground used for soccer games and such. It also has playground equipment for children and infants as well as picnic tables and a BBQ pit. Heimat Park DOES have a public restroom.
Located: 700 W Division Street
South Park has a skating rink between it and Hardin Clinic. This park also has picnic tables, public restrooms, and various other playground equipment, as well as horse shoe pits and the posts for a volleyball net and a tetherball. The skating park is also used as an ice skating rink during the colder weather.
Located: 900 N Cody Ave.
Wilson Park is the smallest of the four parks but still has plenty to offer the public. It resides in a quiet part of town and has plenty of free space. It has picnic tables and a BBQ pit as well as horseshoe pits and playground equipment for children and infants.
The Hardin Skate Park is located at the North end of Wilson Park. The project was funded by Jeff Amant, bass player of Pearl Jam and the park was constructed by Evergreen Skateparks LLC. The project began with a proposal from One Health in December of 2021 and the Grand Opening was held October 29, 2022.