Outdoor recreational opportunites abound around WaKeeney. The town is located in an area offering some of the best birdhunting anywhere. Cedar Bluff lake and state park thirteen miles south of town offers great fishing, camping, and boating. While you're there, explore Threshing Machine Canyonthe site of an Indian attack on a wagon train in the Nineteenth century.
During the summer, baseball, tennis, swimming, golf, and car races are popular. In addition to ball fields, the city maintains several parks for public use:
- Eisenhower Park / I-70 Access Road
- Warren-Keeney Park / North Sixth Street
- Scout Park / 9th & Russell
- North Pole Park / Main Street
- ClayCamp Memorial Park / 3rd & Hazel
The City Recreation Commission can be contacted at (785) 743-2595.
|Bowling||Trego Bowl (785) 743-2590 / W. Highway 40|
|Golf||Big Creek Golf Club (785) 743-2617|
|Swimming||Swimming Pool (785) 743-2167 / 716 N. 6th|
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