Shelby has numerous parks maintained by the City’s Parks and Recreation Department. All parks have playground equipment, shade trees and picnic tables. In addition to Andy Anderson Park, Lincoln Park, City Park and Bitterroot Park, the parks listed below have special amenities.

Aronow Park– 700 Valley Street: Aronow Park has three tennis courts, horseshoe pits, outdoor volleyball court, ice skating rink and a large area to play and picnic.
Johnson Memorial Park – 121 12th Ave. N: Johnson Park offers an indoor swimming pool, splash park, play structures and picnic areas.
Krysko Park/Meadowlark Park – corner of Main Street and 6th Avenue North: The skate park has multiple bowls with vary degrees of difficulty. The park is used for skateboarding, rollerblading, bike, and scooter riding. Meadowlark Park includes a restroom, basketball court, play structure with zip line, picnic tables, and benches.
Champions Park – 448 12th Ave. N: The outdoor interpretive museum showcases the World Heavyweight Championship Fight which took place July 4, 1923. Interpretive signs highlight the events that led up to the infamous fight. Signage also tells the story of homesteading on the Hi-line; the coming of the railroad; and the discovery of oil and gas. The park center is the actual size of the fight ring and features iron silhouettes of fighters, Jack Dempsey and Tommy Gibbons and the fight referee.
Lake Sheloole Campground, Baseball Complex – ½ mile north of Shelby: The complex offers recreational opportunities with 4 ball fields and connection to the 5.2 Roadrunner Recreation Trail and Lake Sheloole fishing access. There are 46 campsites with water and electricity. The campground has clean, hot showers and a free dumping station on site.
Lake Sheloole Dog Park – ½ miles north of Shelby: The dog park is located within the campground and baseball complex. The park offers fun play activities for poochies and rest and relaxation for pet owners. Pet stations, trash receptacles and benches on site.

Williamson Park is located 7.2 miles south of Shelby along the Marias River. The primitive campsites offer overnight recreation. A small play area includes swings and teeter-totter.