The Belton, Grandview and Kansas City Railroad Co. is a short line passenger railroad and demonstration museum in Belton, Missouri, just south on US Hwy. 71 from the Kansas City Metro Area. The BG&KC offers excursions on our line running south from Belton on a 5 mile, 45 minute round trip.
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.
Bois D’Arc Park is 3.6 acres and includes a variety of family-friendly features, including four tennis courts. During the winter, we set up a skating rink on the courts, and it is available as long as temperatures stay below freezing. Shelter rental. The shelter at Bois D’Arc Park is 18x18’ with a capacity of 32 people seated.
Chatlain Park is located at 6300 Carter Avenue. One of Merriam's most active and beautiful parks, named for John Chatlain who served as a Merriam City Council member for 31 years. This park provides an access point to the Turkey Creek Streamway Trail. Acreage is 5.25.
Sheraton Overland Park Hotel at the Convention Center - Leatherwood Ballroom treat your guests to vibrant overland park meeting and event facilities Attached to the Overland Park Convention Center, our hotel's facilities provide Overland Park's largest and more flexible meetings and event spaces, with close proximity to Kansas City's best attractions.
Office Park in Overland Park, KS Corporate Woods is a beautiful setting for any business, featuring restaurants, a park, a putting green, and more. We seek to provide a safe, warm environment for all of our tenants and look forward to helping you create a space to suit your needs.
Those of us without disposable wardrobes should pack a set of play clothes when taking the kiddos to Franklin Park, a meticulously manicured spot of green in the tony Town & Country Estates. Franklin Park was already a great family hangout with a large, flat walking trail perfect for beginning bike riders, petite play structures for the toddler set, plenty of parking and a public restroom.
Gezer Park is located at 133rd and Mission in south Leawood, at the heart of the southeast corridor of Johnson County, an area of rapid and well-planned development. The park is built to honor Leawood's sister city relationship with the Gezer Region of Israel, which was established in September, 2003.
Heritage Soccer Park (HSP) 17255 Lackman Road Olathe, KS 66062 (View on Google Maps) Located just south of Olathe in Johnson County, these fields are at 173rd and Lackman on the east of Lackman. There are two entrances: 173rd and Lackman (about 1 mile south of the main entrance of Heritage Park) 175th street between Lackman and Pflumm.
I-Lan Park I-Lan Park is located at 126th Street and Nall Avenue and is dedicated to our sister City of I-Lan, Taiwan. This 10-acre park includes two shelters and a restroom facility, along with a Taiwanese garden, designed with the idea of replicating the traditional gardens of the Taiwanese people.
Ironwoods Park is located at 14701 Mission Road in Leawood Kansas. Included in the 115-acre park are the Prairie Oak Nature Center, The Lodge at Ironwoods, a Challenge Course, the Oxford School House, four cabins, amphitheater, a shelter and playground, and a beautiful walking trail.
Both Kingston Lakes and Kingston by the Park are not for profit corporations located in Overland Park, KS. The Kingston Community is managed by Home Association Solutions, LLC. You may contact Blake Frischer at (913) 825-0001 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or issues to address.
City Park Please click here to see a map of the Leawood City Park. This 66 acre park consists of three pieces of public art, eleven soccer fields, six lighted tennis courts, three basketball goals, two baseball fields, two sand volleyball courts, one playground, one half-mile loop jogging trail, and serves as the trail head for a 2.5 mile path along the Tomahawk Greenway Trail, or the shorter 1.5 mile loop on the Indian Creek Greenway Trail.
Museum at Prairiefire is a place that engages visitors and provides access to world-class exhibitions for all to understand and celebrate natural history. Museum at Prairiefire is a place that engages visitors and provides access to world-class exhibitions for all to understand and celebrate natural history.
Youth Art Classes . The museum offers a popular series of studio classes for children on Saturdays throughout the academic year and on weekdays during the summer. The Early Explorations program welcomes children ages 5 to 7, while Contemporary Creations classes provide more advanced lessons for children ages 8 to 11.
Overland Park / ˈ oʊ v ər l ə n d / is the second most populous city in the U.S. state of Kansas. Located in Johnson County, it is also the second most populous city in the Kansas City metropolitan area. As of the 2010 census, the city population was 173,372.
Visitors can reserve a shelter at Roe Park by calling 913-895-6390 or visiting Matt Ross Community Center. August 16, 2016. Out of an abundance of caution, Roe Park’s new splash pad is closed until further notice. An underground copper wire surrounds the City’s pools, grounding any stray electrical current such as a nearby lightning strike.
Shawnee Indian Mission. Shawnee Mission, like many other missions, was established as a manual training school attended by boys and girls from Shawnee, Delaware, and other Indian nations from 1839 to 1862. Visit this 12-acre National Historic Landmark and learn the stories of those who lived there.
Shawnee Mission Health – Overland Park 7820 W. 165th Street Overland Park, KS 66223 (Note: Please enter from 165th Street & Antioch or from 167th & Lowell.) 913-373-1100. Located within the BluHawk development near 159th Street and 69 Highway, SMH – Overland Park serves the residents of southeastern Johnson County and beyond.
The Car Barn, constructed in 1908, was built as a power plant, which was necessary when the company converted to electric power and housed two generators. The Strang Railroad brought thousands of people to see the nearby Aviation Park and airfield, and was instrumental in bringing about the original settlement of Overland Park.