This small park is located at the intersection of McLean Boulevard and the Douglas Street Bridge.
This lighted decorative water fountain was built in 1934 and dedicated in memory of Benjamin Franklin McLean.
This fountain is NOT for playing.
Benjamin Franklin McLean(1858-1930)
Wichita businessman who served as 14th and 27th Mayor of Wichita.
McLean Boulevard and McLean Science & Technology Magnet Elementary School are named in his honor.
Chisholm Trail Historical Marker
This small historical marker marks the location of the Chisholm Trail which once ran through Wichita in 1865-1874.
Hundreds of thousands of freight left Wichita and over 3,000,000 head of stock arrived over this route in the years of its use.
101 N McLean, 67213 | .61 acres
This small triangular park is located at McLean Boulevard and the Douglas Street Bridge.
Arkansas River Bicycle Path | Decorative Water Fountain
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All parks are closed between 12 midnight and 6:00 am unless otherwise posted.
City Ordinance Unless otherwise posted, or as provided for in this chapter, the use of all park property and recreation facilities is prohibited, without a permit, from the hours of midnight to 6:00 a.m.