Wakefield City Park
A playground, ball diamond, volleyball, horseshoe pits, basketball court and swimming pool make up part of the park area. Please call 785-461-5886 to reserve shelter. Picnic supplies available at local businesses. For more information call 785-461-5886.
Sites located within park. Electric and water hook-ups, dump station, toilet and showers, boat ramp, picnic area and playground. Other park facilities are within walking distance. For more information call 785-461-5774 or visit www.claycountykansas.org/government/clay-county-park
Beautiful Milford Lake is considered the fisherman’s paradise. Conveniently located boat ramp. Bait and other fishing needs available at local businesses.
Hunters come from miles around to enjoy the 600 acres of public wetlands, and over 11,000 acres of public hunting grounds. Licenses available at local businesses.
Kansas Landscape Arboretum
Enjoy the beauty of nature on these 193 acres. Over 1,000 species of exotic and native woody plants can be observed. Nature trails for walking, bird sanctuary, and a pond oasis are just a few of the sights to see. Tours may be scheduled. For more information call 785-461-5760.
Located on the premises is the historic farmhouse. Tours may be scheduled, as well as,Weddings, picnics or other events by calling 785-461-5760.
The Wakefield Museum is located at 6th and Hickory. It is open Tuesday through Sunday from 1:00 to 4:00 PM from the first day of spring until the first day of winter. Winter hours are Saturday and Sunday 1:00 to 4:00 PM. Seasonal changes are made in the displays. Special tour arrangements may be made. For more information call 785-461-5516 or visit www.wakefieldmuseum.com
St. John & George Episcopal Church
The Episcopal was moved to town and joined with another church to become the present building, St. john and George Episcopal Church. With beautiful woodwork and stained glass windows, it makes a perfect setting for a wedding! For more information call 785-461-5516 or visit www.wakefieldmuseum.com