Walter Johnson Park is a community park located in Coffeyville, Kansas, just southwest of the Verdigris River, and just southeast of US-166 highway. The park is named in honor of Walter Johnson, "The Big Train", who was one of the most dominating pitchers in Major League Baseball history. He was born near Humboldt, Kansas, and lived on a working farm near Coffeyville until his wife's death.
Walter Johnson Park Campground offers both RV and tent camping, and amenities include restrooms, showers, picnic tables, and picnic shelters.
The cost is $8 per night, and includes access to water and electricity; wireless internet is available for $5/day.
Address: 701 Hargis, Coffeyville, KS 67337. Contact: City Clerk, email@example.com, 620-252-6108.