Excellent day trip for locals and tourists alike. Small but interesting museum display, easy hiking trails that are well maintained, and a very interesting history.
We just moved to the area and kids wanted to see some caves. This place had a cave, not very big or deep. We saw the cave, some chimneys that were from old cabins, and a still pond. There was a very small nature center and a mile long trail around the center with some smaller trails mixed in. This... 更多
I took my 5 year old and 6 year old to hike here and we loved exploring the paths. Such a great place and just the right size to bring younger kids. We spent about 2.5 hours here exploring and having snack time. They were so excited the entire time discovering ducks, trees, chimney and stone foundation remains, the cave... 更多
This place has gone down hill since I was there in 2013. It's unkept,signs fallen down, trails need to be trimmed of overhanging brush, handrails falling down or obsolete. Couldn't find the cave spring at all.
Seems small, but, it still has about 4 miles of trails. Some stone foundations and chimneys of settlers cabins still remain. It would be nice to have historical signage around the cabins area. Maintenance of the park is privately funded, so contributions are appropriate. The park is very clean. Trails are well marked and maintained. Difficulty level is quite easy.
Beautiful grounds and trails, and a very rich history. Not the most modern park, but very peaceful. Watch for activities throughout the year, especially the pumpkin festival in October.
My husband and I went here yesterday. We had already seen most of the sightseeing places in KC and had one more day. This place sounded nice. When we got here at 2pm the person in the center was locking up and did not say a word to us as he walked by. There was a woman sitting outside the... 更多
Not huge, but fun to walk the trails and see a few historic foundations and a cave used by early... 更多