Located on the south end of Litchfield along Minnesota Highway 22. It was named for Dr. Frederick Noah Ripley, who died in the winter of 1855 near the lake. Motorists are able to drive around the lake. There is a beach, bathrooms, playgrounds, and park shelters.
Anderson Gardens, 1324 S. Sibley Ave., Litchfield, on the west side of Minnesota Highway 22/South Sibley Avenue. Volunteers maintain this free, outdoor public garden with a walking trail and gazebo along the shore of Lake Ripley
Splash Pad, located along the shore of Lake Ripley on the south end of Litchfield near Legion Memorial Park. The Splash Pad is open from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend, weather permitting.
Community-built playground, located along shore of Lake Ripley on the south end of Litchfield near Legion Memorial Park, along Minnesota Highway 22. It was built by members of the community volunteering their time. It was funded by donations
Lake Ripley beach, along South Sibley Ave. and Lake Ripley Drive, Litchfield and the city.