Misserville Park

Misserville Park is a recreational facility located at the intersection of Allen Street and Summer Street. Misserville Park is named for Francis T. "Mizzy" Misserville. Known as "the man who couldn't say no" Misserville tirelessly donated his time and money to the City of Lawrence. Misserville Park is one of two available skate parks in the city, and is a great place for extreme sports fans.

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Park Information

Name: Misserville Park
Location: intersection of Allen Street and Summer Street
Hours: Dawn to Dusk

Fields: Yes
Field types: turf - football/soccer
Dugouts: No
Spectator Seating: No
Tennis Courts: No
Basketball Court: Yes
Lights: No

Playground: No
Surface: Not Applicable
Jungle-Gym Not Applicable
Slide: Not Applicable
Swings: Not Applicable
Monkey Bars: Not Applicable
Picnic Tables: Not Applicable
Other: Large modern skate park
Fence: chain-link around skate park and basketball court

Restrooms: No
Type: Not Applicable
Handicapped Accessible: Not Applicable

Parking: Yes
Number of spaces: 10
Number of handicapped spaces: none
Paved: Yes