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Parks & Recreation

Spray Park
Parks and Recreation
Mike Hulteen
Superintendent of Parks and Recreation
520 Yost Drive
Hesston, KS 67062
620-327-2456 Office
620-327-2243 Fax

Our Mission 

Build, maintain and enhance sustainable parks and facilities which promote healthy lifestyle choices and enhance the quality of life for all Hesston citizens.
Golf Park: 520 Yost Drive. One of the premier golf courses in the region. Far from your typical municipal daily-fee golf experience. Offering immaculate playing conditions, a full-service golf shop, a practice facility equipped with an Indoor Learning Center and V1 Swing Analysis Software. This course is immaculate and stands above the rest.

King Park
: 500 N. Ridge Road. This is the largest city park other than the municipal golf course. It is located on the southeast corner of the intersection of Lincoln Blvd. and Ridge Road and features a large shelter house, play equipment. Click here to rent.

Heritage Park: 305 East Knott. Located on the southwest corner of the intersection of Ridge Road and East Knott Street. This park features a shelter house, play equipment, well-shaded picnic and play area and a Pickleball Court. Click here to rent.

Click here to sign up for the Pickleball Court.

Children's Park: 301 West Knott. Located on the southwest corner of the intersection of North Hess and West Knott Street. It features a children’s play area and the city softball diamond.

Hickory Park: 400 East Hickory. Located on the northeast corner of the intersection of South Ridge Road and East Hickory Streets. It features an open shelter and play area.

Emma Creek Park: 1100 East Hickory. Located on the south side of the Hesston Municipal Golf Park and fronts on Hickory along Emma Creek which lies east of the intersection of East Hickory and Old 81 Highway.

Hesston Dog Park: 505 West Lincoln. Located on the east side of the city maintenance shop. It may be accessed 700 feet west of the intersection of Lincoln Blvd and Old 81 Highway.

Interstate Park: 9226 North Ridge Road. This park lies on the east side of I-135 between Lincoln Blvd. and Ridge Road. It must be accessed on a gravel entrance road just north of the overpass over the interstate on Ridge road. It features a small fishing pond and a rustic picnic setting.

Spray Park: Located just to the south of King Park along Ridge Road, this park is full of low impact spray water features for children of ages 5-12 and an intermediate skate park for ages 5-12...and beyond!