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Ken Lindley Park

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Ken Lindley Park

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702 East Gurley Street, Prescott, AZ 86301
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Prescott Tour - Territorial Arizona's Capital City

Our small size makes our company very flexible to accommodate your needs and requests. We can customize any tour to make it more fun and interesting to you. We love the history of Arizona and enjoy pointing out points of interest and bits a trivia. We also enjoy learning from our guests as many are very knowledgeable themselves. Our large book collection on Arizona History helps us to stay informed on well researched details of the past.
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lcb22 wrote a review Jan 2019
Prescott, Arizona74 contributions30 helpful votes
The park and playground is in need of some renovation, but the baseball field is really cool and well maintained.
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Date of experience: March 2018
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Gary S wrote a review Sep 2018
Prescott, Arizona55 contributions6 helpful votes
This is a park in the middle of town. During the summer there are Soft Ball tournaments to watch. Yavapai Jr. Collage, always ranked in the top 3 in the country, plays half of their home soccer games at this field. There is a skate park and playground for the kids.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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ORbeachdawg wrote a review May 2018
Surprise, Arizona207 contributions29 helpful votes
Saw the review, decided to try it. Huge skateboard park, tot lot, baseball field, bathrooms, and picnic area. The parking is inside the park off the side street. The TA reviewer said this was named after a family member, what a tribute it is to that person. Really nice large park. Across the street was a VFW and a museum, 2 buildings all made out of large river rock which looked unique and old. Easy to find and get to. Thanks for reviewing it, otherwise we wouldn't have known.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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TallTexWally wrote a review Sep 2016
Texarkana, Texas680 contributions349 helpful votes
Ken Lindley Park is on Gurley Street, about a mile east of the Yavapai County Courthouse Square in Prescott, AZ. It dates back to at least the 1930's when the stadium was built. It was named for my cousin, Ken Lindley, after he was killed in a traffic accident in Cottonwood, AZ in 1971. He was the Police Chief in Prescott, and he died in the line of duty. Cousin Ken's family moved to Arizona from Arkansas and Texas. He served in World War II. I'm glad the city of Prescott has honored him by naming the park Ken Lindley Park. The park is an urban park, in a residential area. It covers several acres. It includes a baseball field and a skate park. There are also picnic tables in the shade of trees.
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Date of experience: June 2016
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