City Park

The Troy City Park, located between Park Street and Centre Street and Myrtle Street and Elm Street is an approximately 3 acre park providing a shelter house with BBQ grill, seasonal restrooms, a volley ball court, play ground equipment, a creek covered by a wooden foot bridge which provides a secluded setting for picnics, family gatherings and fun. Parking is provided in several areas.  Parking is available near the volley ball court on Myrtle Street, south of the park entrance on Park Street and limited parking is available adjacent to the shelter house.

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Troy 4-H Pond

The Troy 4-H Pond is located on the west city limits of the City of Troy and accessed through the 4-H grounds.  The pond is an approximate 5 acre facility with fishing and picnic area open to the general public. The pond is patrolled by the City of Troy Police Department and Kansas Wildlife and Parks.  State of Kansas requirements for fishing licenses and fish size limitations are applicable. Channel Catfish – 15 inch minimum, 5 fish daily creel limit Crappie – 10 fish daily creel limit Flathead Catfish – 5 fish daily creel limit Largemouth Bass – 18 inch minimum length limit, 2 fish daily limit.

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Troy City Pond

The Troy City Pond is an 8.6 acres private facility, open only to residents of Doniphan County who purchase an annual membership from the City of Troy. The Pond offers picnic facilities and camping areas and a pond which is usually stocked annually by the City.  Annual memberships are usually offered around the first of April of each year and are valid until the pond is closed in October of the samr year for restocking. The Pond is located north of Troy off of 215th Road, approximately 1/2 mile west of Mesquito Creek Road. For further information on membership, please contact Troy City Hall at: 785-985-2265/2101. Troy City Pond is Open  The 2024 Troy City Pond keys are now on sale April 1st at a cost of $35 per Troy resident, $50 anyone without a Troy address. This 2024 key will let you in the pond until October 31, 2024 at which time we are closing pond for maintenance. For more information call City Hall at 785-985-2265 or 2101 from 8 a.m. to noon and 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. Monday thru Friday RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR THE USE OF THE TROY CITY POND MEMBERSHIP: Any current resident of Doniphan County, 18 years or older, is eligible to purchase a membership and become a card holder. The cardholder must be present and have his (or her) card on him (or her) when on the City Pond grounds. The card will list names of those who live in the cardholder’s residence that are allowed to fish under the membership. A resident who is at least 16 years of age, who’s name is on the back of the card, may fish without the cardholder present but must have the card on him (or her), but residents under the age of 18 may not take anyone with them as a guest. GUESTS: A guest must be a non-resident of Doniphan County. A maximum of 3 guests are allowed per cardholder membership. (Any person living within Doniphan County has the privilege to pay the membership fee and become a member; therefore they cannot be considered guests). Exceptions: Children under 16 years may be considered guests. The member is responsible for the actions of each of their guests. Organizations (such as girl scouts, boy scouts, sheltered workshop, churches, etc.) may have use of the camping facilities with prior approval of the City Council. LIMITS: Fish: A daily limit of 5 fish per membership, any combination (bass, cat or carp) is in effect. If catfish are less than 11” long, please return them back to the pond for future fish growth. Frogs: Frogs may be taken during the season; daily limit will be in accordance with current Kansas Wildlife and Parks Regulations governing the taking of frogs. FISHING EQUIPMENT: Each member or guest may legally have two poles, with no more than two hooks per pole. No trout line, seines, bank line or throw lines may be used. No boats are permitted on the pond. All persons using the pond and park must comply with all fish and game

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Pioneer Center

The Pioneer Center, located at 137 1/2 W. Walnut St, adjacent to Troy City Hall is a 1,080 square foot facility with seating for approximately 40 people, in which the Troy City Council meets and Doniphan County provides meals-on-wheels for the Troy area.  Other community organizations occasionally meet at the center at various times.  For further information, please contact: Troy City Hall:  785-985-2265/2101 Shirley Clary (Meals-on-wheels): 785-985-2296

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