Smith's Fork Park
(1601 DD Highway)
Smith's Fork Park is a 250 plus acre park that the city leases from the Unites States Army Corps of Engineers. Amenities include a lighted baseball field, two unlighted baseball fields, six soccer fields, a lighted football field, two shelters with electricity, two shelters without electricity, two restrooms, two concession stands, skateboard park, a self-supplied driving range, Smith's Fork Park Campground, Lake Remote Park & Nature Area, A Boy Scout Special Use Area, and fishing from the Smithville Lake Dam Spillway.
Smith's Fork Park Campground Smith's Fork Park Campground
is a full service campground. Each site has electricity, water, and sewer connections. There is a restroom/shower house on site. The campground is open April 15 to October 15. Reservations may be made during the season by calling 816.532.1028. No reservations may be made before April 15.
Lake Remote Park & Nature Area
Lake Remote Park & Nature Area provides 3.95 miles of improved trails in a 40-acre setting. The Park & Nature Area is part of Smith`s Fork Park. Lake Remote Park & Nature Area includes a series of trails with three different surfaces; Ag-Lime, Maintained 10-Foot Cut and Single Track.
Within the 3.95 mile radius is a beautiful natural lake, which offers public fishing at no charge, with a Missouri Fishing License. The lake has been stocked with catfish, bass, crappie and blue gill.
(327 East Main)
Located on Main Street (DD Highway), just east of Downtown, Smithville.
Amenities include two lighted baseball fields, one practice baseball field, four soccer fields, two shelters, playground, picnic tables, a half-mile paved walking trail and restrooms.
Located in the center of Smithville’s Downtown Heritage District on Main Street (DD Highway). Amenities include the Ali Kemp Memorial Stage with electricity, perimeter electrical boxes, shade trees, picnic tables and park benches.
Emerald Ridge Park
(15108 Kelly Drive)
Amenities include a neighborhood playground and large green space.
(1 Helvey Drive just west of Dam Road)
Helvey Park offers approximately 15 acres of parkland, including a 10-acre stocked lake, picnic tables and large shade trees. A state fishing permit is required to fish at Helvey Park.