#105. Henry Park

Did you know there were two parks named after Henry Schweiter in Wichita?  Schweiter Park, which was our 62nd park, and Henry Park were both named in honor of the 1870s developer who owned large amounts of land in southeast Wichita.  Features: Playground Base: Sand Swings Slides Picnic Table Bathrooms: None Mom Tips:  This park … More #105. Henry Park

#84. Skyline Park

You can see Skyline Park from Kellogg, near the east-bound Washington Street exit.  It’s on Orme and Kellogg, and you can see the Wichita skyline when on the equipment. Features: Playground Base: Rubber Slide Picnic Table Park Benches Teeter totter Bathroom: None Mom Tips:  This is one of those instances that I’m glad the kids … More #84. Skyline Park

#77. McKnight Parkway

McKnight Parkway is nice place to walk or ride your bike.  There are a few park benches and a paved path, but that's all. To find this park, go south on Hydraulic from Douglas and turn left on McKnight.  There's no park sign at this one.   Features: Walking Path Bike Path Park Bench

#68. Garvey Park

Garvey Park marked our 68th park! Monica Castro, reporter from KAKE, joined us on our visit. We'll post the link to the interview when it's available. So exciting! Garvey Park is nestled along the river in southeast Wichita. GPS is a little weird on this one. Take 135 south to Hydraulic, north one block to … More #68. Garvey Park