Minisa Park is located in Northwest Wichita near the Arkansas River and established in 1923. It was formerly called the Wichita Municipal Tourist Camp, but renamed to Minisa in 1938 after a song written by Wichita composer Thurlow Lieurance.
Today, you can find picnic tables, drinking fountains, restrooms, kids playground with rubber safety surface, one basketball/multi-use court (no lighting), and a community facility that is available for rent.
The park has two lots. One located near the swimming pool with 37 stalls and a second by the community facility with 64 stalls.
The newly renovated swimming pool is available for rent and includes features such as a water slide, basketball goal, submerged water bench in shade, swim lane and vending machines. The cost is $2 for children (17 and under) and $3 for adults. There is also an $8 family rate (6 people - one adult required).