Recreation in & around
Strong City, Kansas
Activities for Adults, Seniors, and Youth
P.O. Box 569, Cottonwood Falls, KS 66845
- Strong City Park at 5th and Cottonwood St.
Established in 1939 - Playground, shelter house and picnic facilities.
Strong City Fire Station is located adjacent to this park.
W.B. Strong Memorial Railroad Park in downtown Strong City.
Most commonly called Caboose Park, the park was established in 1997 through a matching ISTEA grant from KDOT and is located downtown by the Santa Fe Depot. This park contains picnic tables, flower beds, walkways and an authentic Santa Fe Caboose.
Chase State Fishing Lake - located 3 miles from Strong City.
This 109 acre lake, which was constructed in 1954, is located in the center of the scenic Flint Hills region of Kansas. The lake and surrounding 383 acre wildlife area are owned and managed by the Kansas Dept. of Wildlife and Parks. In addition to fishing, visitors will find camp sites and a shelter house.
- Summer league baseball
Summer co-ed softball
Winter league volleyball
- Camp Wood YMCA 620-273-8641
RR # 1 Box 78 / Elmdale, KS 66850
Camp Wood YMCA is an ACA accredited YMCA camp sitting atop the Cottonwood River Valley and overlooking the spaciousness of the Flint Hills. Located within 5 miles of Strong City, this camp consists of 630 acres of prairie and holds a variety of camps for all ages.
- Cottonwood Falls Country Club 620-273-8583
9 hole sand greens on the south edge of Cottonwood Falls on K-177.
- Burnley Memorial Library 620-273-8588
405 Oak / Cottonwood Falls, KS 66845
Librarian, Susan Davis
2:00 - 5:00 Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday
12:00 - 5:00 Friday
7:00 - 9:00 Wednesday
- Cottonwood Falls Swimming Pool 620-273-6754
Located at Swope Park in Cottonwood Falls.
- Chase County Tech Center 620-273-6750
Located on Church St. in Strong City.
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4th and Chase, P.O. Box 208 / Strong City, KS 66869
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