Tucked away in the heart of Sugar Creek, Missouri, is LaBenite Park, a hidden gem that offers something for everyone. The park, which covers 1.0 acres, has an extensive trail system for hiking and biking, playgrounds for children, a sand volleyball court, picnic shelters, and even a fishing pier. The park is also home to a variety of wildlife, including ducks, geese, and turtles. In the spring and summer months, the park comes alive with the colors of thousands of flowers. LaBenite Park is a popular destination for weddings and family reunions. The park can be rented for special events, and there is also an on-site pavilion that can be used for parties and receptions.
Situated on the banks of the Missouri River, LaBenite park features a wide variety of amenities for visitors to enjoy. The park also offers breathtaking views of the river and surrounding bluffs. When the water levels are right, a mile-long trail follows alongside the mighty river, providing access to wing dikes and sand bars. The trail is down and back, so be sure to bring water and snacks. It is a great place to take the family for an afternoon of fun. Visitors can also rent kayaks and paddleboards to explore the river. There are open individual picnic tables at the LaBenite Park to enjoy the outdoors and spend time with the family. There are no railings or steps up or down from river level, so be cautious with small children.
LaBenite Park is open year-round from 4 am to 10 pm and is accessible to the public. The park is located at 3117 north, Rte 291, Sugar Creek, MO 64058, United States. You can get there when you take Highway 291 South and then east to Cement/N. The area is owned and maintained by the City of Sugar Creek and therefore is subject to city ordinances. For questions or inquiries, you can call their hotline at 816-252-4413 ext. 302. Whether you’re looking for a place to enjoy a quiet walk or host a large gathering like camping, fishing, or a family reunion, LaBenite Park is the perfect spot for you.
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