Econo Lodge Airport
11300 N.W. Prairieview Rd.
Kansas City, MO 64153
Phone: (816) 464-5082
Fax: (816) 464-2816
The Springs Aquatic Center is one of many water parks scattered throughout Jackson County and across the border in Kansas. This one is located in south K.C., right near the airport and it offers three different zones, each one perfect for everyone in the family. The 'Leisure Pool' is where all the excitement happens, it has two water slides that plunge into a large pool below. 'The Sprayhouse' is where all the kids hang out safely and 'The Bathhouse' is for the adults. The center also has concession stands, lockers, lifeguards and many events throughout the summer. Check website for details.
The Tiffany Greens Golf Club is included in the list of the ten best golf courses in Missouri by Golf Digest. The perfectly manicured sprawling golf courses with the tree-lined creeks are a delight for serious golfers. The golf course features 18 holes, with a practice bunker, a chipping area, two well manicured putting greens and a driving range. The club features golf leagues for both men and women and for the general public as well. The Clubhouse, with its Proshop, a Pub and a beautiful Banquet Room provides excellent facilities for holding wedding receptions & private parties.
A club dedicated to promoting and providing the means necessary to Curl.
Painted Hills is "one of the most historic courses in Kansas City."
Nine tees, Restaurant, cart/club rentals, and a golf shop are available at this club.
This open air pavilion is used for the farmer's market from October through May well as concerts and festivals. It is also available for community, corporate and private group rental.
Adjacent to the Kansas Speedway and Village West, Sunflower Hills is an affordable 18-hole Roger Packard-designed championship golf course. Sunflower Hills also offers a six-hole junior golf course , driving range, putting green and a practice bunker.
Wild Rose provides a variety of horseback riding opportunities. The stables are located just 12 miles north of the Kansas City International Airport. They offer scenic one-hour guided trail rides that travel across creeks, in the woods, and through open fields. There are also horseback lessons, boarding, training, and stallion service along with many other services and animals to see. Wild Rose offers an experience for people of every walk of life from families looking for a fun weekend get-away, for those looking to learn to ride, or experienced riders looking to expand their horse experience.
This course is handicapped accessible and offers 18 tees, restaurant, cart/club rentals, driving range, and a golf shop.
One way to beat the Kansas City summer heat is to venture to the city's biggest water park. Located next to its sister amusement park, Worlds of Fun, this 60-acre park has slides, wave pools, streams and floating rides that offer the best way to cool down for both adults and children. Refreshments are available on the park premises and individual season passports are also available.
Includes golf shop, cart rental, driving range, club rental, and lessons are available.
The greater Kansas City metro area which includes both Kansas and Missouri is filled with water parks. The Schlitterbahn happens to be in Kansas, but is popular throughout both states for fun in the sun during the sweltering, humid Midwest summers. The newest feature here is the aptly named Verrückt (roughly translated from German as "Insane"), it is a 600ft. slide that extends over two breathtaking drops while carrying four, very scared passengers on a raft! Despite this fearful ride, there are plenty of other rides for kids like 'Kinderhaven', great for small toddlers and 'Banzai Pipeline' for older, more experienced swimmers. Check website for more details on events, party packages, birthdays, etc.