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  • This Park is a multi-purpose motorsports facility that`s located five miles south of Topeka. Speed fans all rush to this thrilling racing venue for its many attractions These include of course the Gra...
  • This 110-acre city park and nature preserve is located in southeast Topeka. Both hikers and cyclists enjoy the variety of public nature trails on offer in this Park that remain popular all year round....
  • This beautiful 160 acre park is an outstanding attraction in the city. With its history dating back to 1899 the Park ws laid down for the "benefit of the health, comfort and recreation of the citizens...
  • The 2.5 acre botanic gardens at Meade Park are quite scenic and very enjoyable with numerous varieties of flowers, trees and shrubs. Methodically they are all labeled with their common and scientific ...
  • Located on the grounds of the Eisenhower Museum in Abilene, the Rose Garden is a special place here. Just adjacent to the Eisenhower Boyhood Home, and Library, and final resting place of President Dwi...
  • The main entrance to the Eisenhower Park is located at northwest 4th and Pine Street and the park was developed as a W.P.A. Project and was entered in the National Register of Historic Places on June ...
  • This sports complex in Abilene is located just south of the Abilene Community Center. The Bill Gravette Sports Complex offers the youth a playing venue and the complex has four fields used by players ...
  • This Park is located north of Abilene High School on Mulberry Street. It`s a quiet park that attracts the locals and is often the venue for small events like family reunions and birthday parties. Visi...
  • This tract of land was formerly identified as "Park Reserve" as platted in the Jamesburg Park Addition. The property was purchased from Tyler Associates in 1981, and has been developed as...

  • This botanical haven is situated on over nine acres of stunning garden-scapes featuring more than 4000 species of plants both native and exotic. It has twenty-six themed display gardens including t...

  • The old Wichita Country Club golf course at 840 N. Yale was renamed Alfred MacDonald Golf Course after it was acquired by the Board of Park Commissioners in 1949. Mr. MacDonald had been Director of...

  • As the oldest park in the city, South Park was part of the original 1854 town site that included eight city blocks, evenly divided into four separate parks - Lafayette Park, Hamilton Park, Washin...
  • Since long this Park has offered unsurpassed natural scenery along with spacious facilities. Visitors will love the children’s playground or enjoy a round of disc golf. Even simply strollin...
  • Situated alongside Kansas River, the park`s entrance has rows of limestone boulders spaced apart and lining the road, creating an aesthetically-pleasing park entrance. Riverfront Park was created...
  • In 1995 Lawrence City Commission leased about 1500 acres at Clinton Lake for long-term recreational needs of the city, and Clinton Lake Park is located on this leased land. The Park offers wonder...
  • Among the string of parks in the city, Friendship Park stands out for providing breathing space in a busy part of town. Among the facilities it has a basketball area, a children’s playgroun...
  • Wright Park in Dodge City is one of the smallest zoos in Kansas. It is free and open 8 AM - 5 PM, 7 days a week. It is really so small that it may take only about 15-20 minutes to see all of the ...
  • This Park ranks as one of the premier baseball/softball complexes in the state of Kansas. Legends Park was created with players and spectators in mind and this four diamond tournament level facil...
  • Located close to Dodge City Regional Airport, is this unique park commemorating longhorn cattle drives of the past. With the city history replete with cowboys, Indians, stagecoaches, wagon trails...