Top 7 Park - Kansas City
When you want something to do in a city, you will find some attractions can cost quite a bit of money. However, one item that has a tendency to be free and will be very entertaining for you to explore the city is the parks. We know it can be hard to find the best parks in the city you are at and that is why I have decided it was time for me to explore the best parks in Kansas City.
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7. Kessler Park -
Kessler Park is a great place to go if you want to play disc golf, enjoy the company of other people or just walk around the colonnade. This park is a great one and one you will definitely enjoy because of all that it offers for you to do.
6. Berkley Riverfront -
The Missouri River is a beautiful river and this park allows you to see this beautiful river. The park has plenty of walking trails and open fields for you to enjoy the river and the views you are going to love.
5. Roanoke Park -
This is a historic park that is located in Kansas City and it is a place that has quite a few playgrounds for the kids to enjoy. What we like are the rocky bluffs that are around this park as well.
4. Mill Creek -
Mill Creek is a great place to go and sit and enjoy the sound and sight of water running in the middle of summer. This fountain that is here is simply amazing and definitely a great way for you to relax.
3. Penn Valley Park -
Penn Valley Park is a great park that has a memorial to all the soldiers who served in World War I. What is really great about this park is it has a skateboarding area, which is very hard to find in most cities.
2. Swope -
Swope Park ended up in second to Jacob L Loose Park because I like history. However, Swope is a park that covers over 1800 acres and it has a full golf course, a theater and even the zoo is located here. Definitely a park you will fall in love with.
1. Jacob L. Loose -
This is a park that is going to sit on 75 acres. However, in addition to being a large space you can enjoy, it is going to have some history as well. The park is actually built on the site of an old Civil War battlefield. If you are a lover of flowers you will want to make sure you are in town when the rose garden is blooming.