- The list below includes 192 free or cheap things to do in or near Shawnee, Kansas, including 68 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Trampoline Parks, Children's Museums and Sports Facilities/Fields.
- From Shawnee Mission Park to Mill Creek Streamway Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Shawnee and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Independence, Kansas City, Olathe and Kansas City.
Bacchus & Barleycorn Ltd. 6633 Nieman Road, Shawnee, KS MoreLess Info
Classes include an introduction to brewing, winemaking, all-grain brewing, cheese making and cider making
A 1,600 acre, multi-use park, the Shawnee Mission Park is a beautiful area popular for outdoor recreation. The park offers picnic areas, boat access, water paddling, fishing and hiking trails, as well as a large off-leash dog park and theatre presentations.
Mill Creek Streamway Park is a linear park with over 17 miles of pedestrian and bicycle trails. It is also composed of three miles of equestrian trails and open spaces for leisure pursuits like jogging, picnicking and nature hiking.
Shawnee Mission Off-Leash Dog Park is a 53 acre area that features a dog swim area and many wood chip and natural surface trails through grasslands and woods. It has a water station and multiple waste stations.
With 60 acres to explore, Charles J. Stump Memorial Park offers visitors expansive fields for flag football, soccer, baseball, and other sports. The park also has a 0.6 mile walking trail that rolls over hills.
The 2.2-acre Pioneer Crossing Park is a leisure park that features a 3D brick monument, a sculpture of Dick Williams, and a wagon train sculpture. The park was made to commemorate the pioneer trails that cross Shawnee City.
Located near the Turkey Creek Steamway Trail, Chatlain Park is a public park filled with a number of amenities for visitors to enjoy. These amenities include a walking trail, covered picnic areas, barbecue grills, and a playground
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5800 King Avenue, Shawnee, KS 66203 MoreLess Info
From fountains to swinging buckets, Splash Cove - Jim Allen Aquatic Center offers visitors a splash area to play in. In addition to the splash playground, there is a zero entry wading pool and artificial wave pool.
Popular during the warmer summer months, the Thomas A Soetaert Aquatic Center is a swimming center filled with numerous aquatic amenities to enjoy. These include an 8-lane 50-meter pool, a lazy river, and two 125-foot body slides.