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.
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.
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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
18. Play Equipment