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CiCo Park

Wreath and Kimball Avenue

CiCo Park was founded under a cooperative agreement between the City of Manhattan, Riley County, and Unified School District 383. Each of these bodies contributed to this regional park and recreation area.

Riley County operates Pottorf Hall, an indoor community center complete with restrooms and a kitchen. The county fairgrounds and arena are nearb, and host to numerous horse shows and one of the select rodeos in the area. The county also provides a public fitness course and a playground, both located in the southeast corner of the park.

Size: 97 acres

 - Five baseball fields
 - Three regulation tennis courts with
 - lights for evening use
 - Fitness trail
 - Fairgrounds
 - Playground
 - Restrooms
 - Community Center
 - Swimming Pool


Floyd VanDruff

Sunday, July 8, 2018
Manhattan is an amazing town with amazing people. Their parks are just as amazing. Love love love this place.

Jana Baker

Tuesday, July 10, 2018
I love eating lunch at the park. Perfect get away from work for an hour.

Diann Jabusch

Friday, March 16, 2018
This is a really nice dog park. No fees or membership required. No rules about spay/neuter (good for our young male). It has one very large yard for all dog sizes. The owners pay attention to their dog's behavior.

nathan brooks

Saturday, July 7, 2018
Well taken care of park with open ball fields to use.

Chris Phillips

Wednesday, May 9, 2018
A well taken care of and maintained skateboard/BMX park.

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