The barn in Marceline was the setting for Walt’s first venture as a showman. He dressed some of his pets and farm animals in costumes and announced the “Disney Circus” to neighborhood kids charging 10 cents for admission.
E.P. Ripley Park has been the heart of Marceline since 1898. The city takes great pride in it's maintenance and the residents utilize it on a daily basis. Elias Disney would occasionally fiddle in the park's bandstand while the Disney children found refuge from the hot summer sun under the dappled leaves of it's majestic trees.
MARCELINE SWIMMING POOL
This $2.5 million state-of-the-art facility
was designed by Larkin Aquatics and constructed by Carrothers Construction.
800 S Kansas Ave
MARCELINE DISNEY PARK
This park is over 16 acres, featuring two shelter houses that can be reserved by the public and the Country Club Lake that is great for fishing! The country club also has a walking/jogging/biking trail (approximately 1.1 mile) that the public can enjoy all year-round!
MARCELINE GOLF COURSE
Nine-hole golf course stretching over 80 acres with beautiful fairways, three ponds, and both men’s and lady’s tees. This course is one of the best nine-hole courses in the area. Pro shop is open from March 1-October 31. Green fees are $15 for an eighteen hole round of golf. Cart rental is also available.
Built in 1920 and one of only 22 Carnegie libraries still in existence in Missouri, this small charmer houses approximately 25,000 volumes, a significant genealogical collection and original art depicting Marceline’s past.
The lake is known for great bass, catfish and crappie fishing. Waterfowl hunting is allowed on lake. The lake also has a boat ramp and restrooms.
Ivy plaza is a non profit charitable organization for the purpose of providing a smaller park space for the enjoyment of residents and visitors to our community and to provide a contrast to the larger more civic feel of Ripley Park.