Looking for fun? You’ve come to the right place!
Whether it’s an early morning sweat session, fresh produce from the Farmers’ Market, or an afternoon with Deanna Rose Children’s Farmstead’s baby goats, Overland Park has something to offer.
See more than 250 animals and birds, learn about gardens and crops, and connect with the history and heritage of a Kansas farm.
Visit 300 acres of gardens, ponds, hiking trails, prairie, and more that serve as an educational, recreational, and cultural resource for the region.
Join us for a workout, get together with loved ones, or drop in for a class at one of two Overland Park community centers.
For more than 35 years, vendors have been providing farm-to-table food at the Downtown Overland Park Farmers’ Market.
Run, walk, bike, hike, fish, and play at one of Overland Park’s 83 parks or on 10+ miles of trails.
Overland Park offers top-of-the-line facilities for soccer tournaments, swim lessons, and pick-up games.
Splash at one of the city’s six pools, register for swim lessons, or cheer on the Waves at a swim meet.
Register for professional lifesaving classes, learn to swim, and more.
Sing along at a summer concert or enjoy a children’s performance.
Learn and experience American history through a local lens at the city’s Korean War and 9/11 memorials.
Public art can be found all throughout the city. Learn where you can experience some of the city’s artwork.
Severe weather can ruin a day at the pool or park. Sign up to receive texts or emails when our facilities close because of conditions.
Sykes-Lady Overland Park Golf Club and St. Andrews Overland Park Golf Club are two of the most popular golf courses in our area. Join a league, take a class, or just visit the driving range for a wonderful day on the green.
There’s more to do in Overland Park! Start planning your trip, staycation, or outing with the help of Visit Overland Park.
Book a room at a city facility for your next meeting, party, or get-together.