Where can I find a community with many recreational and sports venues in the Kansas City area?

April 25, 2012 | 0 Comments

Wyandotte County, or “The Dot”, incorporates Bonner Springs, Edwardsville, and Kansas City, Kansas, and is governed by a single unified government. The area is home to NASCAR’s Kansas Speedway and the Kansas City Wizards soccer club.

Over 150,000 people live in Wyandotte County, where they enjoy a relatively low cost of living and have access to over 2500 acres of parkland, including skate parks, as well as 420 acres of lakes and ponds.

Kansas City prides itself on being a small, diverse, and family-oriented community. It is the county seat of Wyandotte County and the third largest city in the state. Sports fans may be drawn to CommunityAmerica Ballpark, home of the city’s professional baseball team, the Kansas City T-Bones. The city also plays host to many community events, such as fairs and art festivals.

Bonner Springs features some of the biggest names in music at the Capitol Federal Park at Sandstone. Other attractions include the Renaissance Festival of Kansas City and the Wyandotte County Museum. The historic downtown area offers a great selection of shopping and dining choices.

Apartments in Kansas City West are available for just about any taste and budget.

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