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   City of Pratt Parks

Department Head
Mark Eckhoff

Pratt is proud of its 270 acres of parks. The parks system continues to be developed for all of Pratt's citizens and enjoyment of future generations.

  • Lemon Park is approximately 117 acres, the largest of the parks in Pratt. Park features include a nature trail, wood sculptures, ball diamonds, sand volleyball courts, pond, play equipment, picnic tables, shelter houses, gazebo and lighted walking path.
    The park is named after George Lemon who took a personal interest in landscaping, introducing a variety of non-native trees to the area. About 80 varieties of trees survive today. These trees are the city's natural treasures and the park is used extensively for walking, roller blading, ball games, picnicking and enjoying nature. Several wood sculptures by artist Clayton Coss are located in the park.
  • Sixth Street Park: Home to 3 softball diamonds, this park also includes horse shoe pits, sand volleyball, gazebo, fitness trail, shelter houses, Pilot Express train and RV hookups making it a great place for picnics and recreation.
  • Avenue of Flags marks the entrance to Pratt's 270 acre park system. The park is located near the intersection of Stout and Highway 54.
  • Graves Park & Walter Blake Tennis Complex: The park and lighted tennis courts, located just south of the Kinney Memorial Swimming Pool on South Rochester, contain ten tennis courts plus handball courts.
  • Loren (Babe) Minnis Park is located near the heart of Pratt and offers picnic and playground areas, as well as a skate park.
  • Swimming Pool: The Ellis D. Kinney Swimming Pool, just north of the tennis courts, is the state's second largest municipal swimming pool complete with water slide.
  • Zerger Park is located in the 100 block of South Thompson Street and Highway 54. A summertime wading pool is open to toddlers from 1:00pm to 4:00pm. A stone picnic shelter welcomes the weary traveler or a family get together. New playground equipment has recently been installed.
  • Jack Ewing Park at Third Street and Thompson has a concrete stage for live entertainment.
  • Cherry Street Park is located between School, Curtis and Cherry Streets. In the summer the small ball diamond draws a neighborhood baseball game, while a winter snow attracts sledders to the gentle but fun slope on the east side.
  • Champa Street Park offers a sheltered picnic area, playground equipment and restroom facilities.
  • Gebhart Park is a favorite play site for small children because of its equipment and sheltered picnic area. The park is located at Hamilton and Second Streets. The summer time wading pool is open from 1:00pm - 4:00 pm.
  • Mae Dennis Park, at Mound and Logan Streets, is a large open-area park with recreational soccer, flag football fields, playground equipment and a frisbee golf course.
  • Hampton Pennock Park is located at Larimer  and Holly Street in the Northeast part of Pratt.  This recently developed park has a rolling terrain with a quarter mile of winding walkway and 70 newly planted trees.
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The Main Street bricks that have been stockpiled north of the College in the Business Park are now available to the General Public. The bricks are for use by the citizens of Pratt County only. Bricks shall be loaded by hand, not by loaders or large equipment, to ensure that everyone has a fair opportunity to acquire their share of the bricks for their own use. Contractors and other Cities are not permitted access to the bricks for any reason.


The City of Pratt would like anyone who has sewer drain problems on the lowest floor of your home to call the City crews first before calling a plumber. City crews will check the sewer mains to determine if the problem is in the main or in your private line at no charge. This may help avoid an unnecessary plumbing bill and prevent damage to your home. Please call 672-3191, 672-3866 or 672-3831 after hours.

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