Les Gove Park is a park, recreational and educational campus serving the entire community. The cluster of amenities in this campus, which includes the Library, Senior Center and White River Valley Museum, make the Auburn Community Campus a very popular destination. A newly opened Community Center and Youth/Teen Center are recent additions to this thriving complex.
The outdoor recreational component of Les Gove Park is found primarily in the south 2/3 of the park. A half-mile paved trail encircles an attractive bermed and treed area including 100 flowering cherry trees given by the Japanese Sister City Lions Club of Kasuga-Cho in 1984. Other recreational features include softball fields, informal play fields, water playground and play structure. The Rotary Spray Playground is located in Les Gove Park is one of the city's favorite features for young children and the Discovery Playground, opened in 2010, offers an accessible playground options for children of all ages and abilities.