John Moses Memorial Park
Located along 7th street directly east of Hazen High School, this fully shade picnic area is named afer Hazen's most distinguished citizen; John Moses, (1885-1945) who had a love of trees and headed a drive for tree planting that resutled in Hazen's becoing the most tree-shaded small town in western North Dakota.! He was not only a community leader-he became a state and national leader before he died. He was the only Hazenite ever elected governor in 1938, re-elected in 1940 and 1942. In 1944, Moses was also the only Hazenite to serve in the United States Senate.
North Star II Park
Located on 7.3 acres along Highway 200. It features picnic facilities for large groups with covered shelters, playground equipment for children of all ages, two open play areas, rest rooms, horseshoe pits and two sand volleyball courts. To reserve, call 701-748-2550.
Paul Weiser Memorial Park
Located on Main Street in downtown Hazen. The park offers a covered shelter with picnic tables, benches and seating for small events. The fresh flower, greenery, and water fountain provides a tranquil atomsphere! A sensory garden was installed in 2022. To reserve, call 701-748-6848.