Comfort Inn Kansas City

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

234 N. 78th St., Kansas City, Kansas, 66112-2902, United States
Comfort Inn Kansas City
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  • Couples40
  • Solo100
  • Business66

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Forum Posts

Good young family neighborhoods near South KC burbs?

by pacificnw1

My wife, toddlers, and I are thinking about moving back to Kansas City. I grew up in Overland Park, but haven't lived there for almost 20 years now. Ideally, I'm looking for a good middle class income community with new development, young families, and good schools. My parents live in Leawood, but that's too expensive and seems a better fit for older families or retirees (like them).

Can anybody suggest good growth locations that would be within 30 minutes of Leawood? How is Olathe doing now? I hear that Lee's Summit has had a growth boom, too. We're visiting later this summer to look around so any insight would be much appreciated. Thanks!

Re: Good young family neighborhoods near South KC burbs?

by Beavo

I moved to Olathe 10 years ago after moving from Minnesota to live closer to my daughter and family, who live here. It is a great town, very progressive, and, according to the paper, is a candidate for All-American city. It has shown much growth, has a good school system, and seems to be largely a younger family city. I visit friends in Leawood and it takes me 15 minutes to get there, in other than peak traffic times. It might be helpful to get an idea of what the city is about, by subscribing to a local newspaper, such as the Olathe Daily News, to see what is going on here. In prior years, before I relocated, I would subscribe to a newspaper from the area, to begin to acclimate myself to what it was going to be like and what was available and what was happening!

Re: Re: Good young family neighborhoods near South KC burbs?

by pacificnw1

Beavo, thanks for the info and the tip about subscribing to the local paper. That's good advice.

Travel Tips for Kansas City

The plaza (especially during...

by Gabrielle15

The plaza (especially during the holiday season/all the building are covered in lights.) I love the plaza lights during the holiday season. I would go every year as a young child and climb to the roof of a large building where I could look out across all the lights.

Skating & Hockey & Freestyle at Ice Sports Arena

by Maria250

At the KSC Ice Sports Arena happen tournaments as well as offers to participate in the sport of ice skating & ice hockey.

The Ice Sports Arena is a very nice building. Also they have a very disabled-friendly entry with comfortable doors, no stairs, the tribune offers enough space on the ground floor, and the restrooms are very disabled-friendly too.

I got the most exotic & fantastic tasting artificial juice I ever drank. Too bad I can't remember the name. The color & taste was similar to "Fruitpunch".

Take a day and visit historic...

by Libertybelle

Take a day and visit historic Parkville, Missouri. A darling picturesque town near North Kansas City. A wonderful place for sightseeing, and shopping, it has many antique and craft stores. Take I-35 to the Parkville exit and follow it right into town.

Ernie Miller Nature Center,...

by brdwtchr

Ernie Miller Nature Center, 142 N. Cherry in Olathe, has this window with bird feeders out side and books on a shelf nearby. The books are all about nature and several are field guides so you can look up the names of the birds you see. Ernie Miller has nature trails that are easy to walk and even paved over for people in wheel chairs.

A Familiar Landmark: The Rosedale Memorial Arch

by basstbn

At the very least, tens of thousands of people see this KCK landmark every day, as it is quite visible from Interstate 35. It sits high on a bluff above I-35, the Kansas River valley, and the massive railroad yards. Yet few people know what it actually is, why it exists, or have made their way to the arch itself.

Rosedale was one of those communities that became part of Kansas City, Kansas. In 1923, this arch was dedicated to those from Rosedale who served and sacrificed during the Great War, now known as WWI. It was designed by a local resident who apparently liked Paris' Arc de Triumph. In recent years, a smaller monument has been placed between the pillars of the arch to honor America's soldiers in other wars.

In the second photo (in landscape format), you can faintly see the skyline of Kansas City, Missouri, in the background, as well as a grain elevator below and to the left, a reminder of KC's economic dependence on agribusiness.


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Address: 234 N. 78th St., Kansas City, Kansas, 66112-2902, United States