King Park, named after Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., features eight acres, walking paths, sculpture, a pavilion and plenty of green space.
The park is at 915 W. Wascher Drive.
King Park was initially established in 1967 and has been expanded in acreage through a series adjacent land acquisitions. It is located northeast and adjacent to King School. The park is named after Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and since its beginnings, has been characterized by active neighbor and community involvement. King Park’s Jettie Rhodes pavilion is available for reservation and there is also a first come gazebo. Parking is available at adjacent King School.
As always, be sure to practice social distancing and all safety rules. We hope you enjoy King Park!