We’re working together to help Eudora build parks and facilities for our community based on our Parks Masterplan.
Here’s more information on our parks!
Eudora’s largest park, on the West side of town. Modern play equipment with a climbing wall. Shelter has picnic tables. A quarter-mile walking track is also located in the park.
Location: 12th Street west off of Church Street. Go west approximately a mile and the park is at 12th and Cedar.
Shelter is a Gazebo with stage. Concrete dance area. Concession stand available to rent. Located on Main Street in downtown Eudora, the park also is the home for the statue of Chief Paschal Fish and his daughter, Eudora, the town’s namesake.
Location: Main Street in the heart of downtown Eudora.
Abraham Still Park
Neighborhood children’s play park with shelter and other amenities.
Location:14th and Chestnut Lane. Take Church Street to 14th, turn towards East and travel a quarter mile to Chestnut Lane.
Lucy Kaegi Park
Located just South of the Community/Aquatic Center, Lucy Kaegi Park has a brand-new, state-of-the-art playground with outdoor musical instruments. In addition to the playground, there are two separate shelters, two baseball/softball fields, tennis courts, a batting/pitching cage, and concessions building with bathrooms.
Location:1638 Elm Street, just North of Kansas HWY-10. The park is on Elm Street, which is two blocks West of Church Street. Once on Elm St., travel South until arrival at park.
Paschal Fish Park
The park is named after Shawnee Chief Paschal Fish, who owned much of the land in Eudora’s early days. Amenities include playground equipment and park shelter with two outside grills. Park has accessible playground equipment.
Location: 14th and Maple Street.
Pilla Park East and West
Green spaces, trees, and playgrounds, the park sits on both sides of Main St. in downtown Eudora.
Location: Downtown Eudora at 7th and Main St.
Wakarusa Boat Ramp
Giving access to the Wakarusa and Kansas River, the Wakarusa boat ramp includes a shelter, trailer parking, fishing dock and a concrete ramp to the access the river. This park is currently undergoing an improvement project in collaboration with The Friends of the Kaw.
Location: Just North of Downtown Eudora just after the railroad tracks on the west side of the road as traveling North from downtown.
The Parks and Recreation Center
Headquarters of the Parks and Recreation Department, the facility boasts Eudora’s pool, baseball fields, pitching, batting cages, vending facilities, community rooms, fitness area, gymnasium, tennis, and Pickelball courts.
Location: 1630 Elm, Eudora, Kansas – Website