Whether your pitching, catching, or running needs work, you can check out Johnson County 3 and 2 Baseball Club in Lenexa for your baseball practice.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Though most pitchers clear their mounds at the slight rumor of a thunderstorm, the ones inside Kansas City Sports Club always stay dry and padded with footprints. In addition to pitching tunnels, hitting tunnels, and a turf infield that stays safe from outdoor weather conditions, the facility features a full fitness center that protects guests from the hazards of working out on treadmills in the wilderness. The fitness center features free weights and cardio machines with flat-screen televisions and free WiFi to keep guests informed and entertained during workouts.
Find arts and crafts supplies for the whole family at Love of the Games in Shawnee Mission and enjoy some quality time together.
You'll love the creative, handcrafted works of art this store offers.
Luckily, Love of the Games is only a short walk away from available parking.
So stock up on art supplies at Love of the Games and inspire your creative side.
It’s hard to make new friends in a park; but, thanks to KC Crew, friendships have been blossoming all over Roanoke Park, One Park Place, and Penn Valley Park. The secret to their success is rec leagues, in which players compete in softball, tennis, and sand volleyball, a beachy sport far preferable to speed eating shells. The organization provides umpires, a game schedule, and a $100 credit at a local bar awarded to the winning team. And after the sun goes down, the organization offers more in-depth studies of the area nightlife through bar crawls, themed to celebrate holidays such as St. Patrick’s Day or simulate a zombie apocalypse.
The Kansas City T-Bones lineage traces back to 1993, when the team was actually known as the Duluth-Superior Dukes. And though the upstart team managed to win a Northern League title in 1997, it still made the move to Kansas City in 2003. Since coming to town, the rechristened T-Bones have found a fair amount of success, including another Northern League title in 2008. Today, the T-Bones play for hometown pride at Community America Ballpark, which features a "mini green monster" left field wall in the style of Fenway Park, and capacity for more than 6,000 fans.
Practice makes perfect when it comes to baseball. That's why Clay-Platte Baseball League's facilities in Kansas City are perfect for just that: practice.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.