Lone Elm Park in Olathe, Kansas is off 167th and Lone Elm Road. This park was originally a campground in 1821 for travelers along the Santa Fe, Oregon, and California Trails. There are 155 acres total with this park.
Lone Elm Park has two shelters both with grills, lighting, and electricity. One also has a brick fireplace inside. There are also information pictures near the playground structure. Also with a walking trail, soccer fields, and softball fields, some which are lighted. The walking trail still has original water wells and wagon swale near the creek. It also has beautiful natural plants and wildflowers. There are also restrooms near the play area with benches too.
Lone Elm Playground Features
This park is uniquely built into a hill shape and there are tunnels to climb through. The backside of the hill features a large spider web net to climb up. There are rocks and tree stairs on either side of the slide which is a roller slide. There is also some green space to run around and just play.
The next entrance is the one for the fields with lighted soccer and baseball.