King Jack Park
555 South Main Street, Webb City MO 64870
Hours of Operation: No closing time
The 1.4 mile King Jack Park Trail is considered an easy walk. The trail leads past two sculptures, the Praying Hands and the Kneeling Miner and winds it’s way past the historic train depot, through reclaimed mining area, and across Paradise Lake via Georgia’s City Bridge. The 144 acre park boasts an amphitheater, multipurpose Mining Days Building, soccer and baseball fields, playgrounds, and picnic areas.
King Jack Park is also the home of Webb City Farmers Market and the Old 60 Trolley operated by Southwest Electric Railroad Association.