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Junction City Parks Department
2307 N. Jackson St.
Junction City, KS  66441

Ph: 785.238.1678
Junction City is a community full of public spaces. Playgrounds, picnic areas, walking and biking trails, river access, ball fields, historic monuments and memorials.

18 local parks offer opportunities to take a walk, play some tennis, have a family picnic, enjoy a softball or baseball game, swim at a pool, take the kids to the playground or sit quietly and enjoy the natural environment.

Many parks have facilities that can be reserved for special events. Contact the Parks Department through the Municipal Customer Service Desk at 785.238.3103 to make a reservation.

Cleary Park
Cleary Park is adjacent to Rathert Stadium and features outdoor basketball courts, two softball fields, playground equipment and two shelters with electricity. The 12th Street Community Center is right next door.

Playground Park
Playground Park, at the intersection of 5th and Eisenhower Drive, features a large grassy area, five tennis courts, one sand volleyball court, one handball court, playground equipment, picnic tables, and a large, covered shelter with electricity. The Junction City Municipal Pool and Sprayground are also housed in this complex.

Heritage Park
Heritage Park, located at the intersection of West 6th and North Washington Streets, is Junction City's central public space. Right in the heart of the Downtown District, the park serves as the site for many community events. 

Bramlage Park
Bramlage Park is located in the 500 Block of Grant Avenue and features playground equipment, covered shelters, picnic tables, and a paved, walking trail. Adjacent to Bramlage Park is Junction City's Skate Park.

Martin Luther King Jr. Park
Martin Luther King Jr. Park is at the intersection of E.12th and N. Franklin Streets. The park has playground equipment, a covered picnic shelter and a basketball court.

Homer's Pond
A great family fishing pond. Stocked with catfish and bass. A paved trail circles the pond, with several shelters and picnic tables scattered throughout. A water fountain highlights the center of the pond. Homer's Pond is in the 100 Block of North Eisenhower Drive.

Coronado Park
Coronado Park, located at the intersection of Ash and Washington Streets, is the home to a monument honoring WWII and Foreign Wars Veterans. The park features lighted tennis courts, horseshoe pits, playground equipment, and a large, covered shelter.

Buffalo Soldier Park
Buffalo Soldier Park & Memorial pays tribute to the contributions of the Buffalo Soldiers of the 9th and 10th Cavalry with a memorial statue and plaque. Located at the intersection of 18th Street and Buffalo Soldier Drive, the park also has playground equipment, a gazebo and several picnic tables.

The Bluffs Park
The Bluffs Park has a small lake, hiking and biking trails, playground equipment and picnic tables. The Bluffs Park is located at the entrance of the Bluffs Apartment complex, on Goldenbelt Boulevard and Caroline Avenue.

South and North Park
South and North Park are known for their excellent softball fields, and are popular sites for softball tournaments. South Park has two softball fields, playground equipment, horseshoe pits, covered shelter and a 1.2 mile paved walking trail. North Park has two softball fields with lots of space for kite flying.

Riverwalk Landing
Riverwalk Landing is Junction City's newest park,  featuring a large pond with fountain, walking trail and gazebo. This new attraction is located on the 200 Block of East Ash Street.