The Village of Lodi has three developed parks. The parks are cared for by all departments of the village. Parks are available for use on a first come first served basis. Park shelters and the gazebo are available for reservation through the Village Clerk/Treasurers office.
(formerly Letha House Field), Richman Field located in the southeast corner of the Village, is situated on a 5.037-acre parcel on the south side of Wooster Street. The park area is used for a variety of athletic field sports by clubs and organizations in the Lodi area and is the site for the annual Corn Festival.
Lodi Community Park
Situated on approximately 12 acres on the east bank of the East Fork Tributary of the Black River, is a multi-purpose park centrally located within the Village. Facilities are provided for picnicking and recreation for children.
A one-acre parcel located in the downtown portion of the village, is used for a variety of community events. The location and nature of the park make it a focal point of the Lodi community. The park contains a gazebo and the iconic Indian statue.