in Kansas City, KS
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6501 Antioch Rd
Merriam, KS 66202 Directions
Children and their families will adore Antioch Park. The oldest park in Johnson County, this lovely outdoor complex houses the Old Dodge Town playground (complete with a pint-sized hotel and general store modeled after the Wild West), a cool playground, dozens of nature trails and plenty of areas for picnic and barbeques in this wetland environment.
Berkley Riverfront Park
Kansas City, MO 64120 Directions
Get up close to the mighty Missouri River at Berkley Riverfront Park, which runs along the river’s south bank. This 17-acre park was once a landfill. Where garbage and debris used to stand, you can now find an abundance of trees, picnic tables, jogging and biking paths, and a small natural amphitheater. You can also experience great views of Kansas City's sights and attractions from the one-mile long esplanade as well.
Ewing and Muriel Kauffman Memorial Garden
4800 Rockhill Rd
Kansas City, MO 64110 Directions
Escape outdoors to the Kauffman Memorial Garden for a bit of greenery mixed in with the urban landscape. This 2-acre garden features brick pathways that wind through the beds of more than 350 seasonal varieties of perennials and annuals, playful fountains, bronze statues and majestic horticultural designs.
22807 Woods Chapel Rd
Blue Springs, MO 64015 Directions
If you head 15 miles away from Kansas City, you will encounter Fleming Park. The largest park complex in Jackson County, Fleming Park draws in over one million visitors annually. So, if you are interested in fishing, boating or swimming at the lakes, roughing it at one of the campgrounds, taking advantage of top-notch outdoor facilities or seeing what life was like in 1855, make sure to make a stop at this popular nature destination.
Jacob Loose Memorial Park
5200 Wornall Rd
Kansas City, MO 64112 Directions
Stop by Kansas City’s green gem. The Jacob Loose Memorial Park is Kansas City’s third largest park and is overflowing with outdoor activities for people of all ages. Take a leisurely stroll through the gorgeous rose garden, let the children burn off their extra energy at the state-of-the-art playground, visit historical markers or take advantage of the nice weather and enjoy a picnic.
Kansas City Zoo
6800 Zoo Dr
Kansas City, MO 64132 Directions
Let your wild things meet the wild things at the Kansas City Zoo. Located in Swope Park, this zoo features five main sections—Africa, Australia, Tiger Trail, KidZone and The Valley—as well as several special exhibitions and attractions, rides and shows. See the new polar bear exhibit in the front plaza, ride a camel in the KidZone, ride a ski-lift over the African Plains and more!
1609 NW US Highway 50
Kingsville, MO 64061 Directions
Get close to nature through the floral attractions at the Powell Gardens, where the whole family can get active as well as educated. Learn about the different plants, trees, vegetables, fruits and herbs as you walk through the gatehouse, perennial garden, harvest garden and more. Sneak in some exercise along the scenic Nature Trail or relax as the kids play in the interactive Fountain Garden.
Shawnee Mission Park
7900 Renner Rd
Shawnee, KS 66218 Directions
Discover why Shawnee Mission Park is the most visited park in the state of Kansas. This enormous 1,250-acre park is filled with outdoor amenities, including a scenic lake (perfect for boating and fishing), a 53-acre dog park, a performing theater, an archery range and numerous picnic areas, camping grounds, shelters, nature trails and play areas.
3999 Swope Pkwy
Kansas City, MO 64132 Directions
Visit Swope Park, the 29th largest municipal park in the US and crown jewel of Kansas City, for some of the best outdoor activities in two states! Visit the zoo, catch a theater performance or learn at the Nature Center. Get active on one of the many biking and hiking trails, pack up your clubs for a round of golf or try your hand at Frisbee golf, and much, much more.
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