John H. Dover Memorial Park is stewarded by the Yellowstone River Parks Association. As is written on the YRPA website, the park “is the culmination of the vision and philanthropy of Jim and Virginia Sindelar, local ranchers, who donated 142 acres of their creek-bottom and pasture land to the Yellowstone River Parks Association for development into a public park with natural features. The Sindelar family ranched the property for three generations after it was homesteaded by their patriarch, John H. Dover, in 1884.”
John H. Dover Memorial Park sits on almost a mile of riverfront and includes more than 3 miles of trails for walkers, runners and mountain bikers. Fishers will find fantastic fishing holes along the park’s stretch of Yellowstone River.