Century Park is located at the corner of Wornall Road and Tiger Drive. The park features Powell Lake, a catch and release fishing lake, play equipment, two gazebos and parking lot. When completed amenities will include picnic tables and grills, water fountain, handicapped fishing dock and multi-purpose trail around the lake and park.

East Valley Park is south of Isley Boulevard. The park has three large pavilions with picnic tables and grills. Fishing River Linear Park Walk Trail (0.7) is located on the north side of the park while Fishing River is on the south side.

Eddie Raper Park can be found at Orrick and Seybold Roads. Eddie Raper Park covers 16 acres and offers natural areas and a grassy open field for softball, baseball, soccer and flag football.

Downtown Excelsior Springs Trail System includes three trails: Fishing River Linear Park Trial, Isley Park Woods Trail and Siloam Mountain Trail. These trails wind through five parks. The entire trail is approximately 2 miles long. This historic Superior Well can be seen from the Fishing River Linear Park Trail.

Get Fit Park is the newest park, located at Lynn and Brunke roads and connects to the King's Addition neighborhood by a Boardwalk.

Isley Park Woods is on the south side of East Valley Park and was named a state natural area by the Missouri Department of Conservation.

Jim E. Piburn Ballfield is south of Broadway and has lights and restrooms.

Kent and Outlook Park is at Kent and Outlook Streets. The park consists of a tennis court and a basketball court.

Kibler Park is a one acre lot on Dunbar Street. Kibler offers ADA accessible play equipment, swings and a basketball court.

Lincoln Park on Osage Street offers a gazebo, grills and play equipment.

Paul Craig Park is adjacent to Jim Piburn Ballfield and offers play equipment.

Rainbow Trail (formerly known as Hwy. 69 Trail) runs along Hwy. 69/Rainbow Blvd. on the west side of Excelsior Springs. The newest addition to the trail was completed in 2013 and runs west from the Hwy. 69/Hospital Drive. The total trail system is approximately 1.85 miles.

Regent Park on Marietta Street offers a tennis court, basketball court and the skate park.

Siloam Mountain Park covers 25 acres off of Garland Street and offers a great spot to see Excelsior Springs. Three gazebos, play equipment, picnic tables and grills are scattered throughout the park.

Sunnyside Park at Dunbar and Beverly offer ADA accessible play equipment, two gazebos and grills for picnicking.

West Complex is between the high school and the middle school. There are three ball diamonds with lights and is used by both adults and youth. There is a concession stand, restroom facilities and shelters. Tennis courts are adjacent to the fields.

Wildwood Park winds around St. Louis Avenue and Wildwood Avenue offering a natural area.



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