Loose Park Lake Fountain

Loose Park Lake Fountain

In 1927, Ella Loose, wife of the late Jacob Loose, donated the land that is now Loose Park to the city to create a park in honor of her husband. On that land, was a small lake. In 1964, the lake was beautified in the style of a Japanese garden and a fountain was installed in the lake.

In 1993, after renovating and sealing the lake, the fountain was donated to the Kansas City Parks and Recreation Department by the Air-O-Lator Corporation and the Cramer family in memory of Roy A. Cramer, Jr. founder of the Air-O-Lator Corporation. Air-O-Lator also extended perpetual repair of the fountain at no charge.


Jacob L. Loose Park, W 51st Street and Wornall Road, Kansas City, MO

Designer / Artist




KCMO Parks and Recreation Department

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