Kansas Park List

Brownthrush Park

This 44.62 acre tract was acquired from Unified School District 259 in 1976. Land and Water Conservation Funds, provided by the Kansas Department of Wildlife & Parks and the National Park Service, have been used to develop this ...

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Buffalo Bill Cody Park

Cody Park consists of approximately 15 acres of land. Five-Mile Creek runs along the back part of the park and a tributary of the creek cuts through the middle. There is also a small 1/4 mile walking path next to the creek. New playground equipment was installed in ...

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Buffalo Meadows Park

A 20-acre park located at Prairie Star Parkway and Lone Elm Road. Buffalo Meadows Park includes a parking lot, shelter, restroom facility, perimeter jogging/walking trail, large open play area and two playground areas. Call the Lenexa Community Center at 913.477.7100 for more information. ...

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Buffalo Park

A portion of this 38 acre park was acquired in 1962 and approximately 19 acres is the former site of the Westlink Sewage Treatment Plant deeded to the Board of Park Commissioners in 1972 by the City of Wichita. In 1993, a fishing pond was constructed with grant funds ...

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Buffalo Soldier Memorial Park

This park celebrates the relationship between the 8th and 9th Buffalo Soldier units that were stationed at Fort Riley and the city of Junction City. This park is located close to the Buffalo Soldiers old quarters and is a site where many of their children played in the early ...

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Buford M. Watson, Jr. Park

The seven-acre park, located in the Old West Lawrence neighborhood adjacent to downtown Lawrence, is one of the most popular destinations for Lawrence citizens to visit. Watson Park is home to the Lawrence Outdoor Aquatic Center, along with an original train locomotive, playground equipment, and basketball court. In addition, ...

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Burcham Park

Burcham Park, which can be entered from 2nd and Indiana Streets, provides a clearing for an excellent view of the Kansas River. It also provides a 1/2-mile natural trail south to Constant Park and preservation of one of the finest cottonwood forests in Kansas. The amenities of the park ...

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C of E Park

This park features a pond, "Lake Mergandahl", which also serves as a storm water retention pond, berms, labeled plantings of recommended trees for Emporia, a day lily garden, rest areas with benches, a drinking fountain, ornamental lighting, a parking lot and a handicap accessible walking trail that circles the ...

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Calamity Line Park

Calamity Line Park is located on the south side of Santa Fe Street between Iowa and Marion Streets. The park also has a walk-in entrance point on Park Street, west of Logan Street. Amenities: Picnic Shelter (first come-first serve); Playground; and a 1/2 mile walking ...

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Caperland Park

Caperland is located on the east side of I-135 on East Ninth Street. The shelter and playground are grouped together on the west end of the park while the east end is open green space that can be used for other activities. ...

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Carey Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: Baseball; Basketball; Fishing; Municipal Golf; Picnic Area; Playground; Shelter; Skateboard; Soccer; Softball; Swimming/Water Park; Vollyball; and Walking ...

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Cedar Bluff Reservoir

Cedar Bluff Dam and reservoir is a feature of the Cedar Bluff Unit, Pick-Sloan Missouri Basin Program, and is located on the Smoky Hill River in west central Kansas. The reservoir open 24 hours. The reservoir has approximately 3280 water surface acres, 8256 land acres and 50 miles of ...

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Cedar Bluff State Park

Construction of Cedar Bluff Reservoir began in April of 1949 with the intention of providing flood control, irrigation and recreation. The reservoir was completed in 1951 and filled that same year. This Bureau of Reclamation owned reservoir, which is managed by the Department of Wildlife and Parks, quickly became ...

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Cedar Lake Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: Playground; One small picnic shelter (first come first serve); Three large picnic shelters (available for reservation); Two sand volleyball courts; Boat ramp (electric motors only); and Fishing ...

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Cedar Station/Mize Lake Park

A 27-acre park located just south of Prairie Star Parkway on Canyon Creek Boulevard, Cedar Station Park is a great place to enjoy nature. Take a walk on the paved trail around Mize Lake to observe a wide variety of wildlife and native wildflowers. The wildflowers will bloom throughout ...

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Centennial Park

The park is located in west Salina, south of Crawford along Cypress and Commanche Drive. Friendship Community Center may be reserved upon request and offers ample space for receptions and gatherings. The park includes two playgrounds, sand volleyball, basketball court, a picnic shelter and restroom. ...

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Centennial Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: Baseball; Soccer; and ...

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Centennial Park

Located between 6th and 9th Streets; Iowa Street and Rockledge Road, this 35-acre park today is one of the most centrally located parks in Lawrence. The amenities of the park include: An 18-hole disc golf course; A lighted Skate Park; Restrooms; Picnic shelter; Children's playground area; Gazebo; and Open ...

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Centennial Park

Centennial Park is the location for the majority of the City's ball fields. Klein-Scott and Kenny Williams fields host games for the Newton High School, American Legion, and Babe Ruth teams while the smaller fields host youth league ...

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Central Green

A 10-acre park located at 87th Street and Penrose Lane within City Center North. Central Green has an open play area, a large trail system that connects into Parkhurst, cascading ponds with stepping stones, natural areas and extensive landscaping. ...

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Central Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: Community Center, Picnic Facilities, Playground Equipment, Fishing ...

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Cessna East Park

This park, donated by Cessna Aircraft Company in 1960, consists of two triangular tracts formed by the Kansas Turnpike cutting diagonally through the southeast side of Wichita. The northeast park along Mt. Vernon is used for sports, while the southwest park is used for picnicking and similar recreation activities. ...

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Cessna West Park

This park, donated by Cessna Aircraft Company in 1960, consists of two triangular tracts formed by the Kansas Turnpike cutting diagonally through the southeast side of Wichita. The northeast park along Mt. Vernon is used for sports, while the southwest park is used for picnicking and similar recreation activities. ...

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Chaparral Park

Tucked within a neighborhood, this two-acre park is a natural gathering spot for people of all ages. The open space has playground equipment, basketball court and benches creating space for both play and ...

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Chapin Park

The park encompases a 190 acre area at Hydraulic and MacArthur. The area is used by the Wichita Radio Control Club for model airplane flying. A mountain bike trail and 6' wide gravel walking trail have been added to the park. Within Chapin Park, the cities first ...

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Charles Curtis Greenway Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: ...

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Chautauqua Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: Chautauqua Park was dedicated September 15, 1999, and the Uptown Neighborhood Association helped develop this park. The 3rd Street Bicycle Path runs alongside this park. Amenities include: 2 benches; Children's playground; Picnic ...

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Cheney Reservoir

Cheney Dam and Reservoir, features of the Wichita Project, are on the North Fork of the Ninnescah River about six miles north of Cheney and 24 miles west of Wichita, Kansas. The lake is about 9,500 acres of open water. The site is at the common intersection of the ...

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Cheney State Park

Cheney Reservoir was constructed by the Bureau of Reclamation. Final construction was completed in 1964. Its major uses include fish and wildlife management, recreation, flood control and a water supply for the city of Wichita. The reservoir is located 17 miles west of Wichita on 21st Street. The north ...

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Cherokee Park

3.54 acres, playground, tables, basketball half court(2), drinking fountain, 0.28 mile bike hike trail, ADA ...

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