Walter Johnson Park – Campground with full RV hookups, restrooms, fairgrounds, arena, playground, horseshoe pits, recreation building, and Floral Hall.
72 camper hookups with water and electric available at Walter Johnson Park – $4 per night.
LeClere Park – Baseball and softball fields, basketball, paved walking/jogging track, tennis courts and seven-acre fishing lake.
Pfister Park – Swimming; golf, picnic grounds, walking/jogging trail, playground; archery, skeet and trap ranges.
Harmon Park – Swimming pool, basketball court, playground equipment
Located adjacent to the Neosho River, Riverside Park offers a beautiful Scenic Overlook, along with twenty-six acres of well-kept grounds and facilities including shelter houses, a fitness trail and swimming pool.
Jones Park is located on Getz Street across the street from the Community Center. This park offers a playground, picnic shelter, basketball court, automated pitching cage and a 2 court tennis court.
Columbus City Park
Picnics in the park, swimming pool, tennis courts, horseshoes, volleyball and basketball courts. Playground equipment.
Reeves Park-East Town
Tennis courts, playground equipment. Picnic, horseshoes
Playground, softball diamonds, tennis, basketball, picnic and playground areas. Home of the Miami County Fairgrounds and the Paola Aquatic Center.rn
Come and enjoy the fun for all at the Topside Territory Fantasy Playground. Sit back and relax while your children run through this amazing playground.rn
Quinter’s City Park with the newly completed pool (1990) is a haven of rest for weary travelers. The park has picnic tables and shelter houses nestled under many shade trees.rn
Take a drive through the 488-acre wooded scenic Sappa Park as nature reveals its unique setting with the lush greens of spring, harvest golds in the summer, and a variety of sparkling fall colors.rn
The park offers families a unique opportunity to picnic and observe geese, ducks, and beaver on small ponds.rn
Country Park, located west of Dover in Wabaunsee County, has a rich Indian history. Archeological digs unearthed pot shards and arrowheads dating to 800-1000 AD when the Woodland Indians lived in the Kansas land (Grasshopper Falls Phase). Scenic cliff overlooks Mission Creek and was named “Echo Cliff” because of the acoustics. Old iron and wood bridge is an ideal place to fish. Picnic tables available.