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King Jack Park
|Prospector at King Jack Park|
Webb City, Missouri
King Jack Park is located at the south end of main street, and includes a giant statue of a mineral prospector; a praying hands sculpture set atop a hill; and a building which once served as a passenger depot for the local interurban commuter railroad line.
The Prospector greets you near the main entrance to the park, and of course symbolizes the area's reliance on mining for its early establishment.
Perched on a nearby hill is an enormous pair of praying hands, a sculpture conceived and executed by local artist Jack Dawson in the 1970s.
|View of the praying hands sculpture|
|About King Jack Park|
|Business Type:||Public park|
|Address:||Webb City, MO|
|Directions:||At the south end of Main Street, where it meets MacArthur Drive. See also our GPS-based Clickable G-Maps.|