The Deanna Rose Children's Farmstead was opened in 1978. It is a 12-acre park that provies over 400,000 visitors a year access to farm animals, vegetable and flower gardens, a one-room country school house, old time fishing pond, horse drawn wagon rides, pony rides, Kaw Indian earthen lodge, mining, general store, ice cream parlor, bank and fully functional dairy barn.
Mission: The Deanna Rose Children's Farmstead is a family park that replicates the farms of Eastern Kansas in the early 1900's. It promotes family values and has served as an opportunity for children, parents and grandparents to spend quality recreation time together while learning about farm life and the animals that are found there.
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