Biggs has Five city parks -- quite a complement for a small community.
Family Park is owned and operated by the city on a city block bounded by B and C, and Eighth and Ninth Streets. Completed in 2006, with additions in 2018 this park features a skate park, playground, basketball half-court, covered pavilion, BBQ's, and picnic tables. The park shares the site of the city's 1936 city hall/jail building, a historic treasure waiting to be restored.
Downtown's "Pocket Park" is the centerpiece of the business district and site of the living City Christmas Tree. A tree lighting ceremony the first week of December celebrates this small park's delightful display of holiday decorations.
Rio Bonito Park is also maintained by the city, although it is on school district property, adjacent to the baseball and football fields. Rio Bonito was refurbished through a public-private partnership between the city and SunWest Milling, resulting in new picnic tables and improvements to the parking area, the restrooms and the playground.
Trent Street Park is located on Trent Street near 5th Street.
North Biggs Estates Park is located at the corner of 4th and L Streets.
The City Public Works crews perform park maintenance.