Econo Lodge South
209 E. Flaming Rd.
Olathe, KS 66061
Phone: (913) 829-1312
Fax: (913) 829-1312
Spread over an area of 29 acres (11.73 hectares), the Water Works Park is dedicated to George Alger, the first ice cream maker of the city. Located on South Curtis Street, the park features a playground, picnic spaces, basketball loops, biking and walking trails. It has two lakes that provide scenic views and good fishing opportunities.
The Great Mall is a shoppers' paradise. With retail outlets, restaurants to salon and spa, this place ensures you make a day out of every visit here. There are lot of activities for children too, which ensures that kids keep busy throughout your shopping escapade.
South Lone Elm Road, the Cedar Lake is a 75 acres (30.35 hectares) water body offering picturesque views to its visitors. The lake offers fishing opportunities and makes for a good place for relaxation and recreation.
In the modern town of Olathe, surrounded by high rises, cement structures, and urban chaos, you will find a place where time appears to have wound back to a simpler age. The Mahaffie estate, a farmhouse constructed by J.B. and Lucinda Mahaffie, is a heritage structure standing firm since 1865, and was one of the first places that the stagecoach passengers traveling the Westport Route would stop at. Today, visitors can get a chance to tour on a stagecoach and discover the farmhouse, which is a National Historic Site, and also the Heritage Center, which hosts exhibitions from time to time.
Located on Kansas 7, the Ernie Miller Park is spread across 116 acres (46.94 hectares). It is home to rare species of flora and fauna. The park features an amphitheater, picnic spaces and well marked nature trails for walking enthusiasts.
A scenic water body located near the Lakeshore Drive, Lake Olathe sprawls across 170 acres (68.79 hectares). The lake is known to provide light recreational activities like walking, fishing and picnicking. A popular outdoor place among the locals, the lake is apt for family outings.
Located on South Pflumm Road, the Heritage Park is one of the popular local recreational parks in the city. The park features football, softball and soccer fields, playgrounds, walking trails, dog areas, a scenic lake and picnic spots. Spread over an area of 1,238 acres (501 hectares), this is one of the major attractions in the city.
The Kansas City Automotive Museum is located on West 116th Place and displays more than 30 automobiles. Established in 2011, it focuses on showing the historical achievements of Kansas City in the automotive field. You can take guided tours to the museum to gain better insights.
Located on West 183rd Street is the Ensor Park and Museum, a historical area that is home to a 19th Century house of the Ensor family and their peg barn. Go back in time as you take a tour of the house and experience how life functioned back in those days. Farming tools, old artifacts, artworks and handicrafts can be seen at this site.
A spectacular golf course, the St. Andrews Golf Club is a haunt for locals and travelers alike. The course boasts of pristine rolling hills that make ideal terrains for a great game.
The Overland Park Golf Course boasts of state-of-the-art golfing facilities. The club has an indoor practice area, while the rolling hills outside make ideal conditions for any golf enthusiast.
Boasting of more than ten soccer fields, the Overland Park Soccer Complex is a dream venue for any soccer fan. The complex is regularly used for, local matches and as a practice ground for school teams and more.