Gardner & Edgerton Parks Round Up

by Breanne

June 15, 2021

Gardner and Edgerton Parks Round-Up

Parks are all located in the Gardner and Edgerton area with links to the full blog post.

Celebration ParkĀ – Large play area, green space, restrooms, lake, soccer, and baseball fields.

celebration park Gardner

Veterans Memorial Park – A nice park with green space and memorial.

slides off the playground at Veterans Memorial Park

Gardner Junction Park is a unique park as this isn’t the traditional park but is amazing for history. It may only be an acre, but has several exhibits with history under a structure and then more reading along the walking path. This is the start of where the Santa Fe, Oregon, and California Trails split when wagons were traveling west.

Gardner junction history signs

Westside Park – It looks like this park is mainly used for its baseball fields nowadays. This 11-acre park has four baseball fields kept in great shape. The basketball is mainly just for shooting and is not even a half-court. The sand volleyball courts look okay, but haven’t been played on in a while. There are four traditional swings and two infant swings. While there are restrooms, they are only open during games. There is a shelter and grill, though I am not sure I would use it as the shelter is a little holey.

volleyball court

Meadowbrook Park – Nice little neighborhood park with see-saw-like features, monkey bars, swings, and slides.

small curved slide Gardner park

Brookside Park – This little play area packs a punch with 3 slides and a few climbing features. There is a parking lot with no restrooms, a shelter, one picnic table, and green space. This park connects to the other greenway system for walking and running.

Brookside park

Gardner Lake – This is a park that is all lake, it does have a boat dock, ramp for your boat, a few shelters near the lake and below the dam, and a grill. Great for fishing and getting your own boat in the water at this 125-acre lake.

Gardner Lake

Gardner Municipal Airport – This playground is on the city website, but I think it is more for those who use the airport. It is a great way to play and watch the planes land and take off. There is an old-school style bubble, traditional swings, and infant swings, and a basketball made for a toddler.

Gardner Municipal Airport Playground

Stone Creek Park – Neighborhood Park with swings and playground. It also has a shelter, green space, and water fountain.

Stone Creek Park Overview

Winwood Park – Another neighborhood park with green space, sand, 2 playgrounds, and trails.

Winwood Park Little Playground

 

Edgerton Parks

 

Big Bull Creek Park is part of the Johnson County Park and Rec system but it is located in Edgerton, with lots of green space and a natural play area including a creek entry play area.

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