View all facilities

Lemon Park

Lemon Park is approximately 117 acres, the largest of the parks in Pratt. 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 skating, ball games, picnicking and enjoying nature. Several wood sculptures by artist Clayton Coss are located in the park. Park features include:
  • Ball diamonds
  • Gazebo
  • Lighted walking path
  • Nature trail
  • Picnic tables
  • Pond, play equipment
  • Sand volleyball courts
  • Shelter houses
  • Wood sculptures