Using current estimates of cost per linear foot, the trails built by volunteers at Stocksdale/Walnut Woods represent approximately $90,000 in value added to these public lands. This is based on lower end estimates as of 04/15/11.
Stocksdale Park is open all hours now.
Local Eateries (No national chain restaurants allowed)
Ginger Sue's: Breakfast and Lunch. Great food in a neat little place. The "official" restaurant of the trail crew! 12 W Kansas St
Seva: Great Indian food. Across I-35 on the north side of 152 and Flintlock. Near Chipotle.
Sorella's: Another little deli. On Missouri street just east of the square.
Starting to come together
Wow! We knocked out some trailbuiding today. After having a general park
cleanup and honeysuckle removal day last week with 70 volunteers, today was
5 months ago
Directions to SWW
From I-35: Take 152 east into Liberty. Take this past 291 (becomes Kansas Ave.). At the stoplight of Kansas and N. Ridge turn right and then immediately bear left at the fork. Proceed east on what is now Sunset Ave. As you continue east, it then becomes Mill St. When you reach the traffic light at William Jewell College, turn right and cross the RR Tracks. Proceed east on Richfield Road. You will reach La Frenz road, there will be a sign for Stocksdale Park, you will turn right on La Frenz. This road will twist around left then right before you reach the park.
From 291 South: If coming from Lee's Summit or Independence, proceed north on 291, as you approach Liberty you will come to the first traffic light, which is Ruth Ewing Road. Turn right on Ruth Ewing and proceed east. It will turn north and become La Frenz road. This will go directly to Stocksdale Park.