Wyandotte County/Kansas City, Kan., Unified Government – Parks Information, (913) 596-7077, www.wycokck.org
City Park and Regan Field, 26th and Park Drive, Kansas City, Kan.; 90 acres with picnic shelters, pavilion, lighted softball and soccer fields, playgrounds and restrooms.
Eisenhower Park, 2901 N. 72nd St., Kansas City, Kan.; 64 acres with recreation center, baseball, softball, football and soccer fields; lighted tennis courts, track, playgrounds, picnic shelter and restrooms.
Pierson Park, 1800 S. 55th St., Kansas City, Kan.; 125 acres including ball diamonds, tennis courts, three shelters, picnic areas, playgrounds, 12-acre lake and air-conditioned Pierson Hall, with capacity for up to 500.
Mount Marty Park, Springfield and Hill streets, Kansas City, Kan.; 11 acres and site of the Rosedale Memorial Arch, overlooking the city.
Rosedale Park, 41st and Mission Road, Kansas City, Kan.; 55 acres with picnic areas, restrooms, shelter, tennis courts, four softball fields, playground and Frisbee golf course.
Wyandotte County Lake Park, 91st and Leavenworth Road; 1,500 Ozarks-like acres with 17 shelters, picnic sites, playgrounds, restrooms, recreation hall, horse trails and 400-acre lake for swimming, boating and fishing (special area for kids’ fishing). A model railroad offers free rides the second Saturday of the month, April through November.
Wyandotte County Park, 126th and State Avenue, adjacent to the Agricultural Hall of Fame on I-70 north of Bonner Springs; 360 acres including site of the annual Renaissance Festival in the fall, George J. Meyn Community Center, seven shelters, lighted tennis courts, softball, soccer and football fields and picnic areas with restrooms; adjoins Sandstone Amphitheatre outdoor concert venue.