Chautauqua Park, located in Beloit, Kansas, is a 26+ acre multi-use park located immediately south of the Solomon River off of S. Hersey Avenue (State Highway 14). The park houses the Chautauqua Pool, tennis courts, a number of picnic shelters and assorted playground equipment. There is also a free span steel foot bridge that crosses the river to additional open space on the north side.
The beautiful Solomon River is accessible in several areas throughout the park as it wraps around the entire area; a boat ramp is available for small fishing boats. The Park offers free-will donation camping with electric and water hook-ups and a sewer dump station that can be used for up to 10 days in any 60 day period. Chautauqua Park is perhaps most well known for the Chautauqua Isle of Lights Display that fills the park with hundreds of Christmas light displays from Thanksgiving to New Years Day each year.