Parks & Facilities

Shelters are available for your group’s Picnic, family reunion or Sunday afternoon outing. Reservation fees vary on the size of shelter you require and reservations may not be made more than one year in advance of the date requested.

Requests may be made by telephone or in person. If the fee is not paid within two weeks, the shelter will become available for other requests. Reservations of less than two weeks from the desired date, must be paid for in advance.

A receipt will be issued upon payment and this must be with you during the use of the shelter and will be your proof of reservation.

RESERVATION FEES ARE NOT REFUNDABLE UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES.

The large shelters in Liberty and Centennial rent for $25.00, two medium shelters in Liberty rent for $20.00 and all small shelters throughout the parks rent for $15.00.

Centennial Park

Centennial Park
The fifth park that was added to the park system was Centennial Park in 1960. Centennial Park, located at 16th Street and New York, is the second largest of all existing parks with 39 acres. The main function of this park is an outdoor sports complex, which consists of 8 lighted ballfields, and a swimming pool. We have security lighting, playgrounds, swings, slides, climbers, and five shelter houses.

Directions
From the North or South:
From the North: 65 Hwy (Limit Avenue) to 16th Street, turn left. Continue on 16th Street approx. 2.3 miles.
From the South: 65 Hwy (Limit Avenue) to 16th Street, turn right. Continue on 16th Street approx. 2.3 miles.

Centennial Pool will be on your right. For other areas of the park, continue on 16th St. and turn right on New York Ave. The playground area, shelters, and ballfields will be on your right.

From the East or West:
From the East: 50 Hwy (Broadway) to New York Avenue, turn left.
From the West: 50 Hwy (Broadway) to New York Avenue, turn right.

At New York Avenue & 16th Street, turn right for Centennial Pool or continue straight for other areas of the park. The playground area, shelters, and ballfields will be on your right.

Legend
1. Shelter #1 – Large, off of 16th St, by the Pool. (HA)
2. Shelter #2 – Small, on playground side of parking lot.
3. Shelter #3 – Small, closest to playground equipment. (HA)
4. Shelter #4 – Small, on ballfield side of parking lot.
5. Shelter #5 – Small, on ballfield side of parking lot.
6. Swimming Pool, restrooms, concession stand
7. Basketball Court
8. Parking
9. John Mais Field
10. Palmer Nichols Field
11. Restrooms and Concession
12. Blue Young Field
13. Bob Case Field
14. North Field
15. Field #2
16. Mandy Thomas Field
17. David Schick Instructional Field
18. Shelter House #6
19. Play Equipment

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Clover Dell Park

Clover Dell Park
The seventh and most recent park to be added to the system is Clover Dell Regional Park. Clover Dell is located on West 32nd Street, 8/10 of a mile from the city limits. Clover Dell is a 173 acre park. Development of a soccer complex with concession/restroom facilities has been completed, as well as a 12 acre lake in cooperation with the Department of Conservation Community Assistance Program.

Directions:
From the North: 65 Hwy to 32nd Street stoplight, turn right. The road will fork; you will need to immediately turn right to stay on 32nd Street. Continue on 32nd St. approx. 1.5 miles, the park entrance is on the left.

From the South: 65 Hwy to 32nd Street stoplight, turn left. The road will fork; you will need to immediately turn right to stay on 32nd Street. Continue on 32nd St. approx. 1.5 miles, the park entrance is on the left.

From the East: 50 Hwy to 65 Hwy, turn left. 65 Hwy to 32nd Street stoplight, turn right. The road will fork; you will need to immediately turn right to stay on 32nd Street. Continue on 32nd St. approx. 1.5 miles, the park entrance is on the left.

From the West: 50 Hwy to 65 Hwy, turn right. 65 Hwy to 32nd Street stoplight, turn right. The road will fork; you will need to immediately turn right to stay on 32nd Street. Continue on 32nd St. approx. 1.5 miles, the park entrance is on the left.

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Housel Park

Housel Park
The third park brought into the parks system was Housel Park, which was purchased in 1942 with additions in 1973 and 1984. Housel Park is located at Howard and Hurley and is approximately five acres in size. Housel Park has one very active ballfield, as well as restrooms, two shelter houses, tiny tot play area, lighted basketball court, security lighting, swings, slide and support facilities.

Legend
1. Shelter #1 – Small, by basketball court
2. Shelter #2 – Small, by playground area
3. Play Equipment
4. Ballpark
5. Restrooms, Concession Stand
6. Basketball Court

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Hubbard Park

Hubbard Park
The second park to come into the Sedalia park system was Hubbard Park, which was donated by Mrs. Cotton in 1921. Hubbard is located at Johnson and Missouri streets and is 23 acres in size. Hubbard consists of five shelter houses, security lighting, water fountains, two restrooms and a lighted baseball field as well as swings, slides and a new modular playground system, two horseshoe pits and two basketball courts. There is also a concession stand and support facilities.

Directions
From the North: 65 Hwy to 3rd Street, turn left. 3rd Street to Missouri, turn left. The park will be on your left.

From the South: 65 Hwy to Main Street exit. After taking exit, turn right onto Main St. Turn left on Missouri Avenue, the park will be on your left.

From the East: 50 Hwy to Grand Avenue, turn right. Turn right on Cooper Street. Turn left on Missouri; park entrance will be on your left.

From the West: 50 Hwy to 65 Hwy, turn left. Take Main Street exit, turn right onto Main St. Turn left on Missouri Avenue, the park will be on your left.

Legend
1. Shelter #1 – Large, new shelter with restrooms, (HA)
2. Shelter #2 – Small, close to parking
3. Shelter #3 – Small, by playground area
4. Shelter #4 – Small, by playground area
5. Shelter #5 – Small, along Missouri St., closest to entrance
6. Shelter #6 – Small, by ballfield
7. Ballfield
8. Building
10. Basketball Court
11. Parking
12. Play Area
13. Flag Pole

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Katy Park

Katy Park
The sixth park to be added to the system is Katy Park. Katy Park is located at 24th and Grand and is 18 acres in size. Katy has recently undergone some development with the addition of a skateboard park, modular playground system, restroom facilities, water fountains and electricity being added to the shelter houses. Katy Park was purchased in 1974 and finalized in 1976 through a grant. Other facilities available are a practice baseball field, two shelter houses and one practice field for soccer with a soccer backstop.

Directions:
From the North: 65 Hwy (Limit Avenue) to 16th Street, turn left. 16th Street to Grand Avenue, turn right. For the Skate Park, turn right on Clinton Rd; the Skate Park will be on your left. For the playground and shelters, continue on Grand Avenue and turn right on 24th Street; these areas will be on your right.

From the South: 65 Hwy (Limit Avenue) to 32nd Street, turn right. Immediately turn left on Clinton Rd. For the playground and shelters, turn right on 24th Street; the park areas will be on your left. For the Skate Park, continue on Clinton Road; the skate park will be on your right.

From the East: 50 Hwy to Grand Avenue, turn left. For the Skate Park, turn right on Clinton Rd; the Skate Park will be on your left. For the playground and shelters, continue on Grand Avenue and turn right on 24th Street; these areas will be on your right.

From the West: 50 Hwy to Grand Avenue, turn right. For the Skate Park, turn right on Clinton Rd; the Skate Park will be on your left. For the playground and shelters, continue on Grand Avenue and turn right on 24th Street; these areas will be on your right.
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Legend
1. Lion’s Shelter – Small, closest to parking.
2. Optimist’s Shelter – Small, closer to Grand Ave
3. Soccer Field
4. Skateboard Park
5. Ballfield
6. Parking
7. Battle Wall
8. Play Equipment
9. Restroom

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Liberty Park

Liberty Park
Liberty Park is approximately 32 acres in size and was purchased in 1890 from Joseph Sicher. Today in Liberty Park, there is the main building, Convention Hall, which houses the Parks and Recreation Office. The building has an auditorium for recreation programs, an upstairs for dance programs and meeting rooms, as well as restroom facilities.

The Parks Management and Operations Office is located in Liberty Park as well. This office houses the maintenance personnel and all equipment for the upkeep of facilities.

We have security lighting, water fountains, playground equipment, two basketball courts, six lighted tennis courts, six shelter houses, a lake for recreational fishing, a rose garden, lighted baseball stadium with seating, restrooms and a concession stand, picnic areas, sand volleyball courts, Libertyland Flyer train with a 1/8 mile track and a lighted Little League baseball stadium.

Directions
From the North: 65 Hwy (Limit Ave) to 3rd Street, turn left.
From the South: 65 Hwy (Limit Ave) to 3rd Street, turn right.
From the East: 50 Hwy to 65 Hwy, turn right. Turn right on 3rd Street.
From the West: 50 Hwy to 65 Hwy, turn left. Turn right on 3rd Street.

Once you are on 3rd Street, Liberty Pool and the other areas of Liberty Park will be on your left.

Legend
1. Shelter #1 – Medium, west end of Park, by Liberty Land Flyer
2. Shelter #2 – Medium, west end of Park, by Maintenance Building
3. Shelter #3 – Large, off of Liberty Park Blvd. (HA)
4. Shelter #4 – Small, along 3rd St. side of park, closest to main entrance
5. Shelter #5 – Small, along 3rd St. side of park, by rose garden
6. Shelter #6 – Small, along 3rd St. side of park, closest to Convention Hall
7. Convention Hall, Restrooms, (HA)
8. Rose Garden
9. Liberty Baseball Stadium
10. Swimming Pool
11. Tennis Courts
12. Richard Vansell Little League Field
13. Maintenance, Restrooms
14. Liberty Park Pond (with island)
15. Basketball Courts
16. Gazebo
17. Parking
18. Play Equipment
19. Fountain

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Skate Park

Skate Park

KATY PARK (Clinton Road & Grand Avenue)
Completed September 2003

SKATE PARK RULES & REGULATIONS
WARNING! The facility is unsupervised and uninsured.
Any use is at your own risk. Use may result in serious injury.

SAFETY EQUIPMENT
It is strongly recommended that the following safety equipment be worn at all times to help provide suitable protection in the event of falls or collisions:
Helmet * Knee Pads * Elbow Pads * Wrist Guards

PLEASE REMEMBER
* The Skate Park is designed for skateboards, skates, and rollerblades. No bicycles or scooters.
* Hours of permitted use are from 7:00 a.m. to Sundown. It shall be unlawful for any persons to remain on the premises outside the posted hours.
* The Sedalia Parks & Recreation Department is not responsible for any activities held at this location.
* No glass containers, food, or beverage allowed on the skating surface. Spills jeopardize the skaters.
* No other items such as benches, tables, wood materials, or other objects used as ramps or jumps are allowed in the skate park facility.
* No pets are allowed in the skate park area.
* No skating against the traffic.
* Do not proceed down a ramp until clear of other skaters.
* Alcohol, tobacco, and/or drugs are prohibited.

SEDALIA PARKS & RECREATION DEPARTMENT
RESERVES THE RIGHT TO:

* Close the facility for any circumstances deemed necessary.
* Restrict entry to the facility and to ban persons from the facility if any of the rules
are not followed, or if unsafe behavior is observed (Park Board Policy).

PLEASE REMEMBER
Skate with safety in mind and remember weather conditions may create unsafe surfaces for skating.

MAINTAINING THE FACILITY
Please report maintenance concerns to the Park & Recreation Office 826-4930. Messages may be left 24 hours a day.

SERIOUS INJURIES
In case of serious injury or other emergency, call 911. The phone is located at the northeast corner of the parking lot, near the walking trail. The facility is located in Katy Park, South Grand and Clinton Road.

PLEASE USE COMMON COURTESY & SKATE FRIENDLY

Vermont Park

Vermont Park
The fourth park to be added to the system was Vermont Park in 1951. Pfeiffer Woods-Vermont Park is located at Vermont and 14th Street and is approximately 7 acres in size. Vermont Park was renamed to Pfeiffer Woods-Vermont Park in 1986. Pfeiffer Woods-Vermont Park consists of one restroom, two shelter houses, a basketball court, a tennis court, playground facilities, a small practice field, security lighting and support facilities
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Legend
1. Shelter #1 – Small, closest to playground area
2. Shelter #2 – Small, in the SE corner of park
3. Play Equipment
4. Basketball Court

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