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Parques y naturaleza en Kansas City

Zoo
“The zoo is open all year round, but the Africa section is closed in the colder seasons. It is a good place to go to get your walking miles in!”
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Jardín
“The Rose Garden at Loose Park is beautiful and smells amazing. Once you've enjoyed this you could take a walk/run on the 1.2 mile paved trail and spend time watching the ducks in the pond. ”
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Monumento / Lugar emblemático
“One of the staples of the KC skyline. The memorial lies directly on top of the World War 1 museum.”
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Parque
“Third largest park in KC. Home to a lake, a shelter house, Civil War markers, tennis courts, a water park, picnic areas and a Rose Garden.”
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Parque
“Beautiful for a stroll... this memorial garden is beautifully maintained and worth a 15 min walk through. Open Dawn to Dusk. Free to the public.”
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“Animals, etc.. great for a picnic and enjoying nature. You won't want to miss with little ones!”
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“One of the largest city parks in the country. Lots of green space and home to the KC zoo, IMAX 3-D theatre and the outdoor Starlight Theatre which hosts major musicals and performances during the summer. Also has a beautiful golf course, picnic areas and Lakeside Nature Center (a refuge for injured wildlife and public tours).”
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“There is a beautiful park three blocks east of our home with hiking trails, tennis courts, a volley ball court and play grounds.”
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Lake
“Nice park with workout stations and a 1 mile looped trail. Check out the JC Nichols fountain while there! ”
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“We love to take the Lime or Bird scooters along the riverfront. The streets are very bike or scooter friendly. ”
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“Cute little park within walking distance of the condo with a jungle gym and jogging trail.”
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Parque
“This park is a great place to let the kids run and play on the playground equipment. ”
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Parque
“Use your GPS navigation to get there, because it's a bit of a secret gem tucked away near downtown. There's a walking trail, beautiful views of the point where the Kansas River flows into the Missouri River, and historic markers about Lewis and Clark's journey west. (Spoiler alert: they landed on Kaw Point).”
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Puerto / Marina
“Longview Lake Park has been a favorite place to palsy and relax ever since it first opened in 1986.It attracts more than a million visitors every year.More parks you can go for a walk or a jog.It can be Mapleview Park at 12511 Winchester Ave. in 2 min. by drive from my house; John Anderson Park at 4701E 135TH Street in 2min.to there;Meadowmere Park(13610Byars Rd) in 1.3miles away.It is super cool-a slide built into a hill, as well as one you need to climb actual rocks to get to.Really nice park with plenty of open space and a beautiful walking trail; Valley Park(4000E 123rd Terrace) 1.8miles. BEST PARK FOR LITTLE CLIMBERS.Earthen sliders, rope towers, huge tube slide, swings and shade.”
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“Penn Valley Park is a beautiful place to walk or jog, flanked by the World War I Memorial and the Penn Valley Off Leash Dog Park. So If you're traveling with your dog, it's a great place to visit!”
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“This is my go to Park! Love the 4.2 mile crush limestone trail right next to the Missouri River. ”
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