KCK Outdoor Exploration
Soak in some vitamin D in Downtown Kansas City, Kansas at our greatest outdoor attractions. Bike along the trails, catch some fish, retrace history or watch a movie under the stars in various areas of Kansas City. These outdoor adventures are perfect for unplugging with a friend, partner, or the whole family.
Learn about the rich history of Kansas City, Kansas on an Urban Hike through Strawberry Hill & Downtown KCK. Discover the many beautiful homes of Strawberry Hill, a community garden, great cityscape views, the Wyandot National Burial ground and enjoy the murals and hills of the area. (3 hours)
Drive around the Avenue of Murals self-guided tour. Immerse yourself in the colorful cultures and learn about the stories of the people who have settled here. Grab your brochure from our office at 755 Minnesota Avenue, Kansas City, Kansas, or download on our website. (1 hour)
Grab your fishing pole and head to a local favorite. Wyandotte County Lake and Park provides 1,500 acres of wooded area, a 400-acre lake with marina, kids' fishing pond, a large playground, boat rentals, concessions, bridle trail, off-leash dog area, archery range, F.L. Schlagle Library and Environmental Center.
Go exploring where the Lewis and Clark Expedition camped in 1804 at Kaw Point. The Lewis and Clark Park at Kaw Point is located at the confluence of the Kansas and Missouri rivers. It remains in a natural state with beautiful wooded trails, wildflowers, and wildlife.
Watch the sunset with the locals at The Mockingbird Lounge. This laid-back lounge is the perfect place for a night on the town. Enjoy amazing beverages, cocktails and sophisticated craft beer choices while taking in the gorgeous view of the cityscape from the patio.