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McPherson City Parks


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McPherson City Parks Wall Park - Avenue A and Park Street - 60 acres, lighted ball diamonds, batting cages, restrooms, six unlighted tennis courts, three lighted handball courts, four picnic shelters, playground, trout fishing, exercise trails and skate park. Trout fishing at Wall Park can be done through Fall and Winter. License is required.

Lakeside Park

 

Lakeside Park
Lakeside and Kansas, 40 acres, cabin for rent, six picnic
shelters, restrooms, bandshell, fishing, open fields, Swan Court, garden area, city swimming pool.

Linnea ParkLinnea Park
301 E. Kansas, two acres, picnic shelter, children's playground, drinking fountain.

MORE PUBLIC PARKS

PARKS DEPARTMENT:

Challenger Park

300 E. Kansas, two acres, four lighted tennis courts,
horseshoe courts, restrooms, swings, ice skating rink.

Memorial Park
200 W. Kansas, two acres, gazebo, "We The People Monument", restrooms, fish pond, grape arbor, unique landscaping, memorial monument, General McPherson statue.

Wickersham Park
300 block of West Kansas, three acres, open field, no facilities.


Phone: 800-324-8022
Our Website:www.mcphersonks.org

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McPherson Valley Wetlands

The wetlands are managed primarily for waterfowl and other hunting during the season and wildlife viewing the rest of the year. Public hunting is allowed on most of this almost 4,000 acre area. Sportsmen should check with the wildlife manager for possible changes in areas open to hunting.

McPherson, KS Recreation

Gen. James Birdseye McPherson Statue

The equestrian statue that overlooks Memorial Park was dedicated in 1917 in a ceremony that attracted 40,000

McPherson, KS Memorials

McPherson Opera House

Built in 1888, the McPherson Opera House was considered one of the most elaborate and architecturally sound in the state. This three-story architectural showpiece, listed on the National Register of Historic Places had a seating capacity of 900

McPherson, KS Opera Houses


McPherson County Courthouse

The cornerstone for this magnificent city landmark was laid in 1894 at a building cost of $35,000. The courthouse, built of native Kansas limestone, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and was completely refurbished in 1980. The 105

McPherson, KS Historic Courthouses

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