Clay Center City Park

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Clay Center City Park

The Clay Center City Park is complete with a swimming pool, playground equipment, picnic tables, a sheltered building, a horseshoe-playing area, and
modern restrooms. It is perfect setting for reunions, celebrations, and simple family fun.

The park was originally the site of the "handsomest radio station in America" - KMMJ - when it went on the air in 1925. The building site is now the location of the Clay County Museum which makes for a complete day's outing when visiting the park.Municipal Pool

Tennis players will enjoy the lighted double court. In the dead of winter, the court is flooded to bring ice skaters to life. Near the
tennis courts, a baseball-softball diamond is the scene of ballgames for all ages. Walkers and joggers often stride around the
track which adjoins the diamond and surrounds the football field. Bikers can pedal along paved city streets or take off for a
longer outing in any of four directions on two highways.

Address: 3rd and Glenvil

Come visit us in Clay Center, Nebraska

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Clay County Museum

The Clay County Historical Society is proud to welcome you to their fine museum complex which was made a reality in 1980 to exhibit and protect the county's artifacts and archival materials.

Clay Center, NE Museums

Crooked Creek Country Club Golf Course

Golfers can enjoy a challenging nine-hole grass greens golf course. The Crooked Creek Country Club Golf Course is open to the public with memberships available. Rental carts are available;

Clay Center, NE Recreation

Roman L. Hruska Meat Animal Research Center

Scientists at the Roman L. Hruska U.S. Meat Animal Research Center (MARC) develop new technology in order to increase the efficiency of livestock production and benefit consumers. The MARC was authorized by Congress on June 16, 1964

Clay Center, NE Research Centers

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