Gove County

Picnic Shelter in a park in Grinnell, Kansas 

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 A picnic shelter in the Park  

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  Fun for Kids

During January and February, the Little Kids Basketball Clinic is held at the high school on Saturday mornings. There's also organized youth baseball.

  Golf

Cow Paddy Golf Club   (785) 824-3909 / Box 8
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9-hole community owned golf course, distinguished by grass greens, is open to the public. Located on the north edge of Grinnell, this is a gem golfers shouldn't miss with its $5.00 daily greens fee. Annual family membership is only $95 to play year round. A single membership is $75 and any students who's family does not have a membership can get their own for $25.

  Tennis Courts

Tennis fanatics can sharpen their game on the tennis courts on the west side of the Catholic Church.

  City Park

The City Park, on the east side of Main Street, offers two shelter houses, shade trees for picnics, and facilities to play volleyball, horse shoes, basketball and baseball.

  Library

Moore Family Library   (785) 824-3885 / 91 S. Adams

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City of Grinnell
(785) 824-3211
413 S. Adams / Grinnell, KS 67738

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May 2005 / Cheryl Huelsman, Grinnell, Kansas / cherylh@usd291.k12.ks.us

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