- TripBuzz found 145 things to do with kids in or near Olathe, Kansas, including 122 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Shawnee, Kansas City, Lawrence and Kansas City.
- From Advanced Laser Tag to Sadlers Indoor Racing, the Olathe area offers 68 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Movie Theaters, Theaters and Bowling.
- Johnson County, Kansas is home to the city of Olathe, the fourth most populated city in the state. With over 125,000 residents in an area of 60 square miles, this large population boasts both Lake Olathe and Cedar Lake. This city continues to grow and celebrate in its vast outdoor beauty and recreation.
Featuring two stories and 6,000 square feet, Advanced Laser Tag offers a barrier-free space with high tech radio transmitters allowing taggers to re-load without going back to home base. There is also a large party room, arcade, and meeting space.
Cosmic Jump , Olathe is a recreational trampoline park that supports activities including dodge ball, slam-dunk basketball, and cosmic jumping. The facility is available to rent for birthday parties and special events.
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303 N Lindenwood Drive, Olathe, KS 66062 MoreLess Info
Olathe Lanes East Bowling Center is an indoor entertainment complex that offers open bowling, league play, tournaments, and a variety of special events. It offers a number of specials, equipment rentals, and a pro shop.
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Great Mall of the Great Plains, 20418 W 151st Street, Olathe, KS 66061 MoreLess Info
Olathe's Cosmic Mini Golf is an indoor miniature golf course that features black lights and special lighting effects that transform the course into an outer space landscape. The course is available for party rentals.
Offering birthday party packages, Zonkers Family Entertainment Center offers an indoor inflatable playroom for kids to explore. In addition to bounce houses, the center has arcade games, a carousel, and a mini-train.
Black Bob Park is located on the former Shawnee Indian Reservation and is named after Chief Black Bob. The park offers a walking trail, public pool and fishing pond. There is also baseball, softball, and miniature golf and picnic shelters.
Measuring 22 acres, Frontier Park features softball and soccer fields, a basketball hoop and access to Indian Creek Trail for biking and walking. The park has open areas, a pirate-themed playground and picnic facilities including shelter, tables and grills.