Park guidelines

Practices on the ballfields are allowed by reservation only to avoid double bookings. Please visit https://cityoffrontenac.setmore.com/ to set up a reservation. Groups are limited to two sessions per week in 90-minute intervals to allow fair and equal use of the fields.

The Rotary Park at 529 E. McKay St. is open to the public. The shelter house is available on first come first served basis. 

City Park at 800 N. Cherokee St. is open. The shelter house is available on first come first served basis. Fishing is allowed with rules posted at the entrance. Overnight camping is not allowed.

The Frontenac Rec Center located at 222 E. McKay St. is open. Memberships are available at City Hall.

The Frontenac Pool has regular summer hours after school releases. 

Highlights…

Rec Center

The Frontenac Rec Center located at 222 E. McKay St. is conveniently located downtown and is open to residents for $25 per year. The Center features treadmills, ellipticals, machines and light free weights. The center is a collaborative effort between the City, USD 249 and the Frontenac Rec Board. 

 

 

Rotary Park

Located near the ballfields and pool at 529 E. McKay St., the Rotary park includes updated equipment, swings, a skateboard ramp, and shelter house.

 

 

Baseball and Softball

Our baseball and softball fields are seasonally used and are among the best in the region. The fields have most recently been host to regional and state tournaments and home of the 2012 Baseball 3A State Champions and 2016 and 2019 Softball State Champions. Thanks to generous donors and with the help of the Frontenac School District, new turf is being installed on the baseball infield and all of the softball field. Fields are expected to be completed in time for the 2023 season.

 

Frontenac Pool

The Frontenac Pool has been updated to include a zero-depth entry and has many activities for kids and seniors throughout the  summer. The pool is also host to many children’s activities during Frontenac Homecoming

 

 

City Park

Rehabilitated in the late 1990s, the Frontenac City Park allow fishing and access to a shelter house. The waters are restocked annually through a grant through the Community Fisheries Assistance Program.

Walking and Runnning

The residents of Frontenac frequent the miles of sidewalks which line our main and connector streets. Thanks to a federal grant through the Kansas Transportation Alternatives Grant, new sidewalks will be installed on McKay Street from US69 to Santa Fe, one block from McKay to Lanyon on Crawford, and one block from McKay to Lanyon on Cayuga. In addition, new stormwater drains, crosswalks as well curb and gutter will be installed. This project is expected to commence in 2024.

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