#98 Sycamore Park – 3637 W 15th St N
Background: The city’s website mentions that the park was purchased in three separate chunks of land from 1971 to 1972. The Kansas Department of Wildlife & Parks and the National Park Service have helped develop the park.
What we did: It was the perfect day for a park visit. The park should have been full of people. But, thanks to the coronavirus, the park was pretty empty.
I understand the rules about social distancing, but the park is a great place to hang out.
The city has shut down the playground equipment, so bring a soccer ball, tennis gear, or frisbee and enjoy the wide open fields.