William Henry Harrison Park - Park St. & Mike Onka Memorial Drive
Nestled in a wooded section of the city, this beautiful park provides a quick getaway for all residents. The creek neatly separates the two sections of this park. Here, you will find fields big enough for an impromptu game of softball, football or soccer. Kids will find playground equipment where they can climb, slide, swing and more. In addition, residents can reserve the ample shelter house for picnics and parties.
Mike Onka Memorial Building - 11520 Putnam
Located next to Harrison Park, this facility offers a great setting for receptions and parties. The facility has a large hall and outdoor patio as well as kitchen facilities. To rent the hall for your gathering, call City Hall.
Well's Park - Sterling Ave and Gill St.
Well's park is located directly north of the Police and Fire building. The park is the location of the annual Community tree lighting held each December. In 2005 in corporation with the Fort Osage Vocational school, new flower beds were planted that attract a variety of butterflies.
Kaw Field – Elizabeth St. & Putnam St.
Kaw Field is a football-size field open to the city. The field is used by local sports teams. In addition, a one-fifth mile paved walking track encircles it. Next to Kaw Field are two tennis courts maintained by the city.
Sugar Creek Gymnasium - 11232 Chicago St.
Throughout the year, you will find a number of activities at the Sugar Creek Gym. You can also rent the gym for basketball and volleyball practice.
McAdams Park – Kentucky Ave & Vermont St.
This city park provides a great place for neighbors to gather with playground equipment for the kids.
R.J. Roper Stadium & Pavilion - 131 S. Carlisle Ave.
The stadium is a manicured baseball field with seating and lights. The adjacent pavilion offers an ideal location for a picnic or any gathering. The pavilion is available for rent
Kenney Field - Carlisle Ave. & Hink Dr.
Located next to the R.J. Roper Stadium & Pavilion, Kenney Field hosts the city's T-ball league every year. The field has two backstops for the games and playground equipment as well. Across the street from Kenney Field, you will find two tennis courts maintained by the city.
LaBenite Park - M-291 Highway & Missouri River
The latest addition to the park is a 1.7-mile trail. The trail was built with all volunteer labor and equipment. The trail begins in the east end of the paved parking area and continues through the Missouri Department of Conservation area all the way to the mouth of Mill Creek. Future expansion of the park is in the planning process.