Black Bob Park is an 80 acre community park dedicated in 1981. The park is located on what was part of the Shawnee Indian Reservation, first established in 1825. The reservation originally covered (what is now) Johnson County and (parts of) Douglas and Miami Counties.
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With spring here I feel the need to update my review. Heritage dog park is still the best dog park… With spring here I feel the need to update my review. Heritage dog park is still the best dog park in the area. Tons of room, a nice sized pond, not a lot of trees for your dog to get lost in, and responsible owners with well behaved dogs.
The Kansas City Automotive Museum showcases some of Kansas City's rich automotive history. With 28 historical reader boards and interactive displays, the museum features 30 cars that rotate every 4-6 months. Additionally, we have a drive-in area that is dedicated to the car club of the month.
Despite efforts by preservationists, Olathe city officials committed to upscale apartment development and county government expansion projects have fast-tracked demolition of 19th century historic homes and neighborhoods, including the Hubbard House, a Greek Revival landmark built in 1887 by an early Olathe surveyor, which was reduced to rubble in less than an hour in January 2018 despite a petition signed by more than 6,000 local residents.
Lone Elm Park is a 155 acre community park dedicated in 2004. The park is built on land that was once known as the Lone Elm Campground. For several decades, starting in 1821, this site served as a campground and rendezvous point for travelers along the Santa Fe, Oregon, and California Trails.
About Mill Creek Streamway Park Mill Creek Streamway Park is a beautiful linear park with approximately 14 miles of pedestrian and bicycle trails. It also has three miles of equestrian trails and open spaces for leisure pursuits like jogging, picnicking, and nature hiking.
Visit the Nerman Museum. We invite you to visit the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art (NMOCA) to experience the creations of some of the top internationally acclaimed and upcoming artists of today. Learn about the museum and the art in-depth by arranging a guided tour (recommended for groups or 10 or more), or use our resources for a self-guided tour.
Skateboard/bicycle park; Playground; Restrooms; 0.9 mile walking trail loop; Four lighted tennis courts; One lighted baseball field; Two lighted softball fields; History Two Trails Park is an 19 acre community park originally dedicated in 1964 and completely renovated in 2000.
Prairie Center Archery Range will be closed to the public starting August 14 at 6pm and will reopen August 17 at 9am.The Johnson County 4H Shooting Sports Club will be hosting a regional State Qualifying Shoot.Questions or concerns - contact Alaine Hudlin at 913-209-0207.
Shawnee Mission Park, a multi-use, 1,600-acre park is located at 79th and Renner Road in Shawnee, Kansas. The land was purchased through the district's initial bond issue in 1956 and officially dedicated on May 30, 1964. It is the largest park in the county and the most visited park in the entire state of Kansas.
The work, entitled “Tapestry,” was funded by a county program that calls for 1 percent of budgets for county construction projects to go toward public art. Advertisement Artist Beth Nybeck of Kansas City created the work, which she said uses stories to bring a sense of peace.
Will you escape? Escape Room Game in Kansas City. Clocks, locks and secret passages... Your team of 4-10 players are locked in a fully themed room with two goals; collect the hidden asset and escape the room before time runs out! To complete your mission you will need your wits, teamwork & a lot of critical thinking.
Thomas S. Stoll Memorial Park, features a picturesque walking trail, picnic shelters, playground, a small pond, a seven-acre dog off-leash area, and seven athletic playing fields. The park was dedicated in 1981 and named in honor of Thomas S. Stoll who was instrumental in the park's development and passed away the previous year while serving as chairman of the District’s Board of Park and Recreation Commissioners.