#94. West Side Athletic Fields (KS Baseball Hall of Fame Athletic Fields)

West Side Athletic Fields, located at 571 N. McLean Boulevard, are also referred to as the Kansas Baseball Hall of Fame Athletic Fields. According to the Wichita Parks and Rec website, the stadium seats 1,200 people! Features: Playground: None Softball Fields Bathrooms: Yes This looks like it be a great place for a softball tournament! … More #94. West Side Athletic Fields (KS Baseball Hall of Fame Athletic Fields)

#92. Westlink Park

Westlink Park, located in the neighborhood behind Peterson Elementary School (near Central and Westlink), features the super-cool Viking ship that the kids both love. Lincoln Park had one too, but this one is a bit different. Features: Playground Base: Sand Slide Paved Walking Trail Bathrooms: None Mom Tips: This park is fun, but there's not … More #92. Westlink Park

#91. Cowskin Greenway (Nellie’s Pond)

The Cowskin Greenway actually consists of several separate pieces of land, but we're just doing the 'Nellie's Pond' section.  Information and locations of the other land donations lumped into the Cowskin Greenway can be found on the Wichita Parks and Rec site:  http://www.wichita.gov/ParkandRec/CityParks/Pages/Cowskin.aspx  Features: Playground: None Park Benches Fishing Pond Paved Walking Trail Bathrooms: None … More #91. Cowskin Greenway (Nellie’s Pond)

#83. Mead Island

Mead Island is a Wichita Wild Habitat Area in northwest Wichita that you can only get to by boat.  It's in the Little Arkansas River, near North High School/Minisa Bridge and the Bitting Bridge entrance to Riverside Park. Since we couldn't find a boat to take us to the 5-acre island, we settled on pictures … More #83. Mead Island

#75. Orchard Park

We had a blast at Orchard Park in northwest Wichita! It has an unusual baseball diamond covered with a rubber surface.  After doing some research, I found that this field is called a "Miracle Field" and it is home to an amazing program for kids with special needs to play baseball.  There is a whole … More #75. Orchard Park