Parks & Recreation

The Silver Bay Parks and Recreation Department maintains a multitude of parks and facilities in the Silver Bay area.

Department Head: Bryan Carpenter

Phone No.: 218.226.4214

Address: 129 Outer Drive, Silver Bay, MN


  • Pony league football is for boys and girls in 5TH & 6TH grade. 4TH graders may choose to play Pony League football as well if parents think they are ready. If you have questions please contact Bryan Carpenter or 218-226 4214.

Pony League Football Schedule


Flag Football – What you need to know

  • Flag Football is for 3RD & 4TH grade boys and girls. 4TH graders can choose to play either flag football or pony league football. If you have questions please contact Bryan Carpenter or 218-226-4214.




    Men’s Softball Playoff Schedule


    Tennis League Results

    Tennis League Individual Playoff Schedule



Flag Football – What you need to know

Recreational Activities

Bayside Park/Marina
The most picturesque park along the North Shore features marina facilities, a boat landing, picnic tables, fire pits, a scenic vista, and a beach. All located on the shore of Lake Superior.

Black Beach Park & Campground
The City of Silver Bay and the MN DNR, entered into a Lease Agreement with Northshore Mining for 31.6 acres of property along Lake Superior’s North Shore for the purpose of public beaches. The beaches have quickly become a “hotspot” for tourists traveling the North Shore.

The 49-site Black Beach Campground construction started the spring of 2019.  The campground opened June 25, 2020. It has 15-sites with 20/30-amp electricity, and 34-sites with 20/30/50-amp electric services and full water and sewer hookups.  Unique to campgrounds on the North Shore, this has a few pull-through sites to accommodate the larger RV’s.  The 15 electric only sites fit up to 35′ and the 34 full hook-up sites fit up to 75′.

Baseball & Softball Fields
Silver Bay has active baseball and softball programs including a summer league.  Summer programs include T-ball, peewee, little league, jr. league baseball and adult/girls softball programs.  All of the games are played on several well-maintained fields.

Lynch Softball Field

Lynch Softball Field

Lynch Baseball Field

Lynch Baseball Field

Horseshoe Court

The Parks and Rec program has set up a horseshoe court free of charge for public use. The court can be located next to the Rukavina arena.

Horseshoe Court

Horseshoe Court

Rukavina Arena

Home of the North Shore Storm boys and girls high school hockey teams, Parks and Recreation headquarters and office area, and host site of Silver Bay Blue Line Club hockey camp and tournaments.

Skate Park
The skate park can be found beside the tennis courts. Please read the skate park rules prior to using the equipment.

Skate Park

Skate Park

Tennis Courts
Silver Bay has three lit, high-quality, well-maintained tennis courts. The tennis programs in Silver Bay include the adult tennis league and affordable tennis lessons. These tennis courts are freely accessible and open to the public, free of charge.

Tennis Courts

Tennis Courts

Senior Citizens Workshop

Open to all senior citizens (55 & over) in the Silver Bay Area.


Senior Workshop

Outdoor Rink

Open to the public for open hockey and skating during the winter and dryland hockey during the summer months.

Outdoor Rink

Outdoor Rink

Recreation Building 

Building available for rent for small parties and meeting. Please contact the City Hall at 218.226.4408 for availability and pricing.

Recreation Building

Recreation Building

Recreation Ball Field (65’ bases)

Peewee and T-ball field

Mary MacDonald Park (60′ bases)

Playground and ball fields

Outer Drive Park

Welcome sign/Rocky Taconite statue, military flag display area, picnic sites, and breathtaking flower trail.

Mariner Mountain Park

Hiking trails and parking lot

Silver Bay Golf Course

North Shore Scenic Overlook Park

This Park was developed by the Cleveland Cliff’s Foundation and is maintained by Northshore Mining.

Summer Recreation Programs

The City of Silver Bay runs a 6-7 week summer recreation program.  Activities include Arts and Crafts, Baseball, Softball, Pickle Ball, Tennis, Dryland Hockey, Volleyball Camp, Golf, and Prairie Fire Theatre.