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#124. Chapin Park

Chapin Park is situated on an old landfill, and you can’t tell.  It’s beautiful!  There’s a dog park at Chapin named after Wichita’s first canine firefighter, Ashley.   211 more words

Southeast Wichita

#114. Chisholm Greenway

 

After hitting Chisholm Trail Park North, we drove to find Chisholm Greenway. We found it back in the northeast Wichita neighborhood near Brooks Middle School. 43 more words

Northeast Wichita

#100. Exploration Park

For our 100th park, we wanted to go to one of our favorite parks. Exploration Park is to the south and east of Exploration Place. When we started the project, it was listed on the Wichita Parks and Rec site, but it is not a Wichita Parks and Rec park. 208 more words

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#97. Edgemoor Park

Edgemoor Park was one of the parks I spent my summers at growing up.  The pool was always popular and the playground consisted of an amazing wood structure. 239 more words

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#95. Riverside Park - South

We finally hit the southern part of Riverside Park.  This part of the park consists of open grassy areas and the large tennis center.  We'd never been over to the Ralph Wulz Riverside Tennis Center, and we were amazed! 124 more words

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#86. Air Capital Memorial Park

Do you remember that big jet that was on a pedestal on west Kellogg?  As a kid I thought it was so cool that you could see that B-47 Stratojet on display at Air Capital Memorial Park; which was relocated to McConnell Air Force Base in 1987. 153 more words

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#85. Pawnee Prairie Park

Pawnee Prairie Park is one of the most beautiful parks that Wichita has to offer.  It is a staggering 624.49 acre Wichita Wild Habitat area.  If you look at the Wichita Parks and Rec Facebook page, you'll see this park is also a hot-bed of discussion. 365 more words

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