Swope Park

Located on the Southeast corner of Highway 177 and 210 Road (behind Dollar General)

For a complete list of park amenities please click here or visit http://cwfks.org/parks-and-recreation/.

A city park for the use of all citizens and visitors. Includes a playground  and a swimming pool with a diving board and slipper slide. There are also two covered picnic shelters.

Located within the park is the Chase County Disc Golf course. The Eric McCabe designed 18 hole course  and the Shawn Taylor designed 9 hole youth course are open daily.

Swope Park also contains the Chase County All Veterans Memorial north of the park’s baseball complex. This park is dedicated to honoring all the Chase Countians who have served in the armed forces of the United States of America.

There are 5 campsites available in the park. The sites are first come – first serve, water & electric hook ups costing $15 a night. Dump sites are available as well. Call the City of Cottonwood Falls for more 620-273-6666

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