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  • Louisburg is in Miami County, Kansas, and is home to almost 5,000 people. Located just 30 minutes south of Overland Park, it is a popular and growing suburb of the Kansas City metropolitan area.

    Louisburg has many recreational opportunities for residents and/or tourists; including The Aquatic Center, The Middle Creek State Fishing Lake, a nine-hole public golf course, Lewis-Young Park, The Powell Observatory, and the Louisburg Cider Mill. Louisburg is also known for its Cedar Cove Feline Conservatory & Sanctuary which houses large cats such as Siberien Tigers.
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    Located just a few miles south of Louisburg, Middle Creek State Fishing Lake is a 200-acre lake that offers opportunities for boating, fishing, and hiking. The lake is stocked with a variety of fish, including largemouth bass, crappie, and catfish, and there are several boat ramps and fishing piers for anglers to use. The park also has several hiking trails that wind through the surrounding woods and offer views of the lake.
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    Louisburg, KS
    Located in the heart of downtown Louisburg, City Park is a popular destination for families and individuals looking to spend time outdoors. The park features a playground, picnic shelters, and a fishing pond stocked with catfish, bass, and sunfish. There are also several walking trails that wind through the park and offer scenic views of the surrounding area.
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    Louisburg, KS
    Louisburg is home to Powell Observatory, which is operated by the Astronomical Society of Kansas City. The observatory has a variety of telescopes and offers public viewing nights throughout the year, allowing visitors to get an up-close look at the night sky.
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    Louisburg, KS
    Ciderfest is a free event that happens the last weekend of September and the first weekend of October. This year's dates are September 24th and 25th as well as October 1st and 2nd. There will be pony rides, cider and donut making, craft booths, and a bunch of other fall festivities.
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    Louisburg Cider Mill is a fall favorite for everyone! They are open for tons of fun every year from September 17- October 31, and offer many family activities. My favorite was always the corn maze and country store but if those aren't for you, this place offers so many other things to do! They have a fun country store that is open Monday-Sunday (time varies), where they sell their famous apple cider donuts, and Lost Trail root beer! During the weekends of September 25 and October 2, they have a Cider Fest, which is a fun event they have to really kick off their season! Live entertainment, vendors, and food are usually present at these events and make for a fun fall day. In addition to the country, they also have a family farm, which features live animals, pumpkin patches, a corn maze, hayrides, a big jump pillow, and a snack shack! Louisburg Cider Mill is a yearly tradition for my family.
  • It may be winter, but there are still warm days throughout the week. Looking for somewhere to take the kids to get outside and get some fresh air? How about some delicious donuts, or good 'ole fashioned country store for some shopping? Check out Louisburg Cider Mill at 14730 K68 Highway, Louisburg, Kansas. Open Monday-Saturday from 8:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. or Sundays from 9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
  • Fall is here in full force! The numerous Farmers Markets through out Miami and Johnson Counties are closing down for the fall and winter season, but the cider mills are open for business. Don't miss out on all things apple: Apple Cider, Apple Cider Donuts, and Apple Butter!
    Here are a few local Cider Mills you may want to check out:

    Louisburg Cider Mill
    14730 K68 Highway
    Louisburg, Kansas, USA 66053
    P: (913) 837-5202

    Dunn's Cider Mill LLC.
    17003 Holmes Road,
    Belton, Missouri 64012
    Phone (816) 331-7214

    Cider Hill Family Orchard
    3341 N. 139th St.
    Kansas City, Kansas 66109
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    Construction is now underway for the Louisburg City Hall to move out of the old high school and into a vacant building across from the Bungalow Boutique (3rd & Broadway). This location will be much more convenient for residents needing to access city offices. Move to be completed by Fall of 2015.
  • Louisburg Nursery & Greenhouse is now open! This locally owned nursery offers an awesome selection of perennials, annuals, shrubs and trees, to both retail as well as wholesale customers. Located just north of the heart of Louisburg, the nursery has 50,000 square feet of greenhouses where everything is grown to perfection! This is one of my annual favorites where I love to get all my deck plants.
  • Said to be KC's most traditional pumpkin patch, this is an annual tradition for my family. The kids have a blast in their huge corn maze and love to see who can find the biggest, most perfect pumpkin. Opening day is the last Saturday in September which gives you plenty of time to get your pumpkins in time for Halloween!
  • Come see the inaugural Louisburg Outdoor Flea Market! It will start on Saturday, June 13th in the West Gym Parking Lot on 2nd and Peoria. The flea market will be open 7:00 am - 4:00 pm, rain or shine.
  • Located in Louisburg, Powell Observatory is an astronomical observatory that first opened in 1984. Powell Observatory is home to the Ruisinger telescope, one of the largest telescopes available for public viewing in a five state area. The observatory is open year-round.
  • Just a short 20 minute drive south of I-435 and 69 HWY, Louisburg is a wonderful place to live, play, work or all of the above! From the award winning schools full of kindhearted teachers to the caring churches and civic organizations, you're sure to feel at home in no time.

    Louisburg boasts a strong business community and has plenty of leisure and recreational activities for everyone. Stop in at the well known Louisburg Cider Mill or venture out to Cedar Cove, Louisburg's very own feline conservatory. Another great attraction is Powell Observatory located at Lewis-Young Park. Homes of all prices can be purchased in this rural community.
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    Louisburg, KS
    Nestled around Louisburg are many small secrets. Lakes for fishing and timber for hunting. This is a wonderful area to explore any time of year.
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    Make your dream come true - mooove to the country! Louisburg is the place to live if you want to experience rural living, yet close to city amenities. My husband and I live on our family farm here and our children attended the Blue Ribbon Louisburg Schools.

    The Louisburg community offers recreational sports including soccer, basketball, softball, baseball and volleyball. Many other activities are available including local 4-H clubs, boy scouts, girl scouts, church youth groups, and horseback riding lessons. So much fun and things to do in the country or just enjoy the beautiful Kansas sunsets!
  • Have you visited Louisburg? If so, you probably know some of this already and are looking forward to coming back soon. Louisburg is 20-30 minutes south of Overland Park and has a lot to offer. The Louisburg Cider Mill is always a great time and offers food, drinks, crafts and fun. Cider Fest is held each fall and offers an ten acre corn maze, an awesome pumpkin patch, great vendors, music and games plus lots more.

    While you are in town, stop by the neighborhood at 3rd and Peoria Street. There are some nice homes available that you may find are a perfect fit for you and your family. This neighborhood is just minutes from the Louisburg business district and walking distance from the City Park. Louisburg has some great places to shop and dining ranging from fast food, locally owned unique restaurants as well as fine dining. Fishing, camping, boating, swimming and more are nearby at the Louisburg City Lake or to the west at Hillsdale Lake State Park and Lake Miola. Thank you for taking an interest. Have a Grate day, Dan
  • If you pay a visit to Louisburg there are some nice houses to see and you may decide to make one of them yours. Spend an afternoon and enjoy, tennis, basketball, the slides, swings, jungle gyms, our great gazebo and more. The business district is close enough to walk to or you can ride your bike. We have great shopping, boutiques, antique stores, major chains and many other businesses to shop and work at. If you could use an outdoor outing, please enjoy a day at Louisburg Lake or Cedar Cove, where there is plenty of fishing and outdoor sports close at hand. The Aquatic Center is also a great place to cool off with a swim.

    We are also quite proud of the Powell Observatory in Lewis and Young Park. This is one of very few telescopes of this size that offer access to the general public. Churches, civic centers and senior centers are something we take pride in, as well. In Louisburg, we have a home for most any budget. Whether you are looking for a starter home priced under $50,000 or something in the $500,00 range, you can find your home in Louisburg. Thanks for stopping by. Have a Grate day, Dan
  • The city park in Louisburg, located at 4th and Vine is a great place to meet, unwind and have fun. There is something here for everbody. Need a place to enjoy your lunch, meet with friends or just enjoy the shade? The covered shelter has picnic tables and offers a great view. If you could use a bit of exercise, try the tennis and basketball courts. The kids can burn off some energy and have at the slide, swings, jungle gyms and more.

    The park is just a few miles east of the intersection of highways 68 & I-69, just south of Highway 2. Need a snack or something to drink? The Louisburg Cider Mill is due west! Louisburg has a solid business district and fine homes in which to live that meet any budget. There is plenty to do in Louisburg. The Middle Creek State Fishing Lake is nearby as well as Lake Miola and Hillsdale Lake State Parks to the west. Louisburg now features the Louisburg Aquatic Center for swimming plus a great 9-hole public golf course for you to enjoy a challenging round of golf.

    Have you taken your family to see the Powell Observatory? Please put it on your to-do list. Built in 1984 by members of the Astronomical Society of Kansas City, the observatory's telescope is one of the largest in the region. Most importantly, this is one of the few telescopes of this size that is available for the public to view. If you are looking for a nice place to live at a nice price, we think you will find it here. Thanks for stopping by to visit us in Louisburg! Have a Grate day, Dan
  • Enjoy life in the country in Louisburg. It's a great place to walk the dogs and raise a family! This is one fine place to live, work, and enjoy life. You will find excellent schools staffed by caring and qualified teachers, a respected senior citizens center, a solid business community, great places to eat and fun things to do for the entire family. Have you been to the Powell Observatory or the Louisburg Swimming Pool? Please stop by for a visit. We are also a short drive from the stunning Overland Park Arboretum & Botanical Gardens.

    Please load up the car and be sure to visit the world Famous Louisburg Cider Mill while you are in town - just three miles west of 69 highway via 68 highway (east of Paola). Ciderfest 2014 is just around the corner and is always held on the last weekend in September and the first weekend in October. Come early for a pancake breakfast, visit the pumpkin patch, the corn maze, great vendors with unique crafts and amazing food and ,of course, cider!

    Enjoy a day at the lake? Hillsdale Lake State Park and Lake Miola are only around fifteen minutes away. Both offer fishing, boating, swimming and much more! Louisburg has homes available with land ranging from small lots to generous acreage, depending on your needs. Louisburg offers easy access to the city via Metcalf and 68 HIghway. We are looking forward to visiting with you. Have a great day, Dan
  • I know it's 102 degrees outside today, BUT, it won't be long and fall will be here. The Louisburg Cider Mill is a short drive south on 69 highway. Each fall the Louisburg Cider Mill hosts Ciderfest. The dates for the 2013 festivities will be September 28-29 and October 5-6 from 8AM - 6PM. WOW, where to begin: 10 acre corn maze, pumpkin patch, live bluegrass music, arts and crafts booths, cider doughnuts, fresh caramel apples, wagon rides, fried pickles, homemade kettle corn, and last but certainly not least, Lionsclub pancakes every morning at 8AM. If you're looking for a fun fall day trip, the Louisburg Cider Mill is just the place.

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