Erin, with the iFamily Mom & Dad Squad shares with us 5 of KC Parks for you to FALL in love with this Autumn season!
5 KC Parks to Fall in Love with This Autumn
Fall is the perfect time to check out a new park or visit an old favorite! I love October for many reasons but one reason being in KC you can get away with picnics and outdoor parties at the park with beautiful weather! There are so many awesome parks in our awesome city! We’re counting down the 5 best parks in the KC area! Which one is your family’s favorite?
Several park locations in KC are adapted so that children of all abilities have a safe place to play. Smooth surfaces, adaptive swings, fencing, ramps on the play equipment, stainless steel slides and roller slides, sensory activities involving musical chimes and drums. Located in Independence, Leawood, Olathe and Tiffany Springs,
Nice park with shelters for rent, playgrounds, spray ground, tennis courts, horseshoe pits. Located in Independence, MO. across from the Truman Library.
Well known park in KC with 75 acres of beautiful and historic land. Fantastic rose garden, picnic areas, large shelter house for parties and events, and a playground with a sand pit the kids will love to dive in to! Spray ground open May 27th-September 4th. Located on Wornall Rd.
1600 acre park includes 120 acre lake with boating, fishing, swimming, sail boarding, a giant off-leash dog park with 53 acres of land for your furry friend to run, picnic areas, shelters, playgrounds, Theater in the Park, archery and disc golf. You can even rent paddle boats, canoes and fishing boats! What more could you ask for? Located in Shawnee Mission, KS.
Drum roll please…..
The number one park in KC has to be Penguin Park!
Kids LOVE the gigantic animals including a penguin, giraffe, kangaroo, and an elephant. They have a separate area for the little ones to play and tucked away behind the park are some great walking/biking trails with a pond for fishing and watching geese. Located on Vivion Rd in Kansas City North.
Also worth mentioning:
The “Castle” and “Pirate” parks
Happy Park Hunting!
From iFamily to Yours,