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Abilene Parks Bicentennial Park Located north of Abilene High School on Mulberry Street, this quiet park is great for small family reunions and birthday parties. Abilene
Abilene Parks Bill Gravette Sports Complex Located south of the Abilene Community Center, the complex contains four fields used for youth baseball, softball programs, and various youth tournaments.  This location is home to the Abilene High School softball. Abilene
Abilene Parks Eisenhower Park The main entrance is located at northwest 4th and Pine Street.  This park was developed as a W.P.A. Project and was entered in the National Register of Historic Places on June 6, 2002.  It contains the following sports facilitie... Abilene
Abilene Parks Little Ike Park Located in downtown Abilene.  Visit the statue of Ike, presented by the Abilene Kid's Council. Abilene
Abilene Parks North Diamond Complex Located east of the Community Center, these two fields are home to the adult softball program and used for youth baseball and softball tournaments. Abilene
Abilene Parks Pocket Park Located across from Kennedy Elementary school. Abilene
Abilene Parks Rose Garden Stop and smell the roses during the spring and summer or enjoy the wonderful array of the autumn colors in the fall. Located in Eisenhower Park, available for weddings and special occasions, contact Abilene Parks and Recreation at 785-263-7266 for re... Abilene
Abilene Parks Ted Power Field Located on the west side of Eisenhower Park. Ted Power field is home to the Abilene Baseball Club and Abilene High School baseball program. Abilene
Abilene Parks Walking Trail Opened in the Fall of 2007 with grants received from Solomon State Bank, The Sunflower Foundation and the Community Foundation of Dickinson County. The walking trail measures 5/8 of a mile and resides within Eisenhower Park and the Rose Garden. Abilene

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City of Abilene
P.O. Box 519
Abilene, Kansas 67410
Phone: 785-263-2550
Fax: 785-263-2532
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