Coal Miners Park is the largest park facility in Red Lodge, containing just over 49 acres of land. Located at the northeast end of Red Lodge, the park covers the hillside between N. Haggin Ave and Rock Creek. The park is dedicated to the 74 local coal miners lost in the 1943 Smith Mine Disaster (memorial sits at north end of the park). Coal Miners Park offers a broad range of activities and uses including a disc golf course, baseball fields, a sledding hill, and bike/pedestrian trails along Rock Creek.


  • benches (3)
  • playground
  • picnic table
  • baseball diamonds (2)
  • sledding hill
  • dog waste station
  • batting cage
  • restroom
  • disc golf course
  • bleacher seating
  • trails