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  • Justin Hough
    RE/MAX Revolution
    Ask Justin a question about Smithville.
    Smithville, MO
    Gotta love the annual Whiskey Walk! Local distilleries and vendors are on display for all. We love our downtown events here in the ‘Ville!
  • Justin Hough
    RE/MAX Revolution
    A great addition to an already stellar list of "food finds" in Smithville. Located near Packs Hardware, the food truck is stationed in the parking lot of the U-Haul business. We've tried many rolls and have enjoyed them all. I see many great reviews of the Hibachi food as well. Give them a shot! You can find their menu on their FB page, and calling ahead can help with the normal
    15-20 minute wait. Smithville continues to add more value to our community every year.
  • Stephanie Dorr
    RE/MAX Revolution
    If you live in the Smithville area you don't have to drive far to see a fireworks show. Come join me at Smithville Lake's Forks Park on July 1, 2022. The fireworks start at about 9:00 p.m. Don't forget to bring a lawn chair. See you there!
  • Terry Prindle
    RE/MAX Heritage
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    Smithville, MO
    Santa and his reindeer dropped candy canes on the ball fields at Heritage Park. Bring a flashlight and search for the lost candy canes. Some of the candy canes are extra special and have prizes on them! The Smithville Chamber of Commerce Candyland Christmas is from 4:00-7:00 p.m. this Friday, December 10th, so stop by for some candy cane fun.
  • Terry Prindle
    RE/MAX Heritage
    Come out tomorrow to the Smithville American Legion Post 58 from 5:00-7:15 p.m. for the final farmer's market of 2021. There will be drawings, door prizes, live music, fried chicken special, cold beer, and plenty of local vendors. The American Legion Post 58 is located at 2607 Missouri 92 in Smithville, MO.
  • Malia Turner
    RE/MAX Heritage
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    Smithville, MO
    Smithville is on the northern edge of the Kansas City Metropolitan area. It is a growing and welcoming community that was established in the 1830s. It is home to a 7200-acre lake that has 175 miles of shoreline. It would be a place for those who long to live quiet and comfortable yet convenient lifestyles. Smithville offers a small-town feel with easy Kansas City convenience. There are currently eight listings in all of Smithville as of September 21, 2021, and over the past six months, 164 homes have been sold in this town. Is this the place for you to live?
  • Vicki Fallon
    RE/MAX Revolution
    The Haunted Campground at Smithville Lake is a must-do for kiddos to get out and have some fall fun. The community does a great job of getting together to pass out candy and other goodies for the kids. And it's free!

    My kids have walked away the past two years with so much candy! The Smith Fork Campground has a nice setup and a very smooth flow. There have always been games that the volunteers set up, and they all decorate their spaces so fun! This year it will be held on October 23 from 4:00-7:00 p.m.!
  • Terry Prindle
    RE/MAX Heritage
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    Smithville, MO
    Looking for that perfect weekend getaway? Then look no further than Smithville Lake! This recreational lake has many activities to make your weekend memorable. Some of the many activities include boat rentals, beach activities, hiking trails, and lake camping. This lake is located off of HWY 92 in Smithville, MO.
  • Vicki Fallon
    RE/MAX Revolution
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    Smithville, MO
    Its summertime! Wanna take the kids to something free where they can play in water!? Yes, please! Smithville has officially opened up a new splash pad that is any adult's favorite word, free. If your kids need to get rid of some energy and you are tired of taking them to activities that may break the bank take them for an hour or two to run away and play in some water. Maybe they will meet some new friends and you can sit back, relax, and watch them have some fun!
  • Vicki Fallon
    RE/MAX Revolution
    Want to take the kids out for some free popsicles and support local police officers? Take the kiddos out on July 9 at 1:00 p.m. to Popsicles & Police Offices. This is a great way to talk to local community members and show the police some support. There will be a bike safety course set up and this event is free!
  • Julie Maupin
    RE/MAX Heritage
    There is a must-try eatery for everyone who is looking for a laid back, delicious, and reasonably priced meal. Aroma Bistro is located east of I-169 south of Smithville, MO. It's easy to get to, has the most amazing staff, sommelier', menu, chefs and it all comes at a budget-friendly price. The Sunday Brunch is filled with yummy combinations of waffles to chilaquiles poblanos; my favorite. If you are into wine, they have wine classes to host small groups and awesome appetizers.
    Either way, you go, give them a try and please tell Matt, that I sent you. Let me know what's your personal favorite item. Enjoy!!!

    Aroma Bistro is located at 14121 Earthworks Drive in Smithviille. You can call them at (816) 866-4001.
  • Rachael Mahan
    RE/MAX Heritage
    I always knew I really liked Smithville Lake, but this summer I got the privilege to hang out there a little more than I have in the past. Not only is it a great lake to fish on, which is what I knew most about it, but it's also a great lake to enjoy some good ol boat time. Whether you are wanting to "cove out" or go tubing/wake boarding it's the perfect lake for it. The best part is that kids can have just as much fun as the adults. Living in Smithville and having this great resource so close would be awesome!
  • Ask a Local Expert a question about Smithville.
    Smithville, MO
    Clay County is home to Smithville Lake located in Smithville. It sits on approximately 7,200 acres. I like to go there to kayak. You can take your own kayak or rent one there. It is also a fun place to boat, sail, jet ski, fish, hike, ride bikes, have a picnic or just hang out.
  • Ask a Local Expert a question about Smithville.
    Smithville, MO
    Christmas is over! What will we do with the tree? Well, Clay County Parks has an environmentally friendly idea. The park has a drop-off site for whole cut Christmas trees. Signs will direct you to the drop off site, which is opened daily from 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Little Platte Park is on the west side of the lake and can be accessed by following Highway 169 north to Northeast 180th Street, then east into Little Platte Park. Be sure to remove all your ornaments, tinsel, and other items like tree bags. If you need more information contact Clay County Parks. Let's get environmentally friendly this new year!
  • Sara Snook
    RE/MAX Revolution
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    Smithville, MO
    Keep an eye out for information about Smithville Lake Eagle Days on January 7-8 at Paradise Pointe Golf Course Clubhouse. There will be spotting scopes set up at the lake shore where eagles are most likely to be. Activities are 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. on Saturday, and 10:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m. on Sunday, January 8.
  • Smithville First Baptist Church will hold a Trunk or Treat and Fall Festival on Sunday,
    October 30, 2016 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. The event will be held at 300 S Bridge Street in Smithville. Along with games and prizes, there will be a free hot dog dinner, cake walk, pumpkin decorating and a hayride. Sounds like a fun evening!
  • Mark your calendars for the Smithville Lake Clean Up on October 15th. This will be a half-day clean up with a free picnic lunch and a patch if you register early enough. You will need to register by Friday, October 7th. You can get more information and find the link to register on the Smithville Lake - Clay County Parks Facebook page. Come help us keep the lake looking beautiful!
  • Ask a Local Expert a question about Smithville.
    Smithville, MO
    Our Savior Christian Academy will host a Fall Festival open to the public on Saturday, October 8, 2016 at their campus located at 1103 S Commercial in Smithville. Hours are 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. There will be a Carnival, along with live music, a country store and food.
  • Ask a Local Expert a question about Smithville.
    Smithville, MO
    Smithville Downtown Historic District and the Lions Club will be hosting Hot Summer Nights on Saturday nights in August. Come to downtown Smithville August 6, 13, 20, and 27 from 5:00-9:00 p.m. for food, family entertainment, and loads of fun.
  • During the summer Northland Outdoor Adventures rents kayaks on the weekends. They are located by the beach at Little Platte Park. It is a blast! The best value is to rent them for the day so that you can take your time exploring the lake.
  • Matt Brown
    RE/MAX Advantage
    The downtown businesses began holding their annual Holiday Open House in the historic district on Friday, December 4th at 7:00 pm. Santa showed up for the Mayor's Christmas Tree lighting and hot chocolate. Enjoy shopping local and the historic downtown of Smithville!
  • Mosaic Life Care at Smithville will be hosting their 3rd Annual Fall Festival Trunk or Treat on Saturday, October 24, 2015. Come join the fun from 11:00 am - 1:00 pm in the Mosaic Life Care parking lot at 1103 S Hwy 169 in Smithville. There will be pumpkin decorating, games, a face painter, food and lots of prizes. Plus, a Smithville police car, fire truck and ambulance will be on location to visit.
  • There's going to be an Olde Fashioned Street Faire Saturday, October 10, in Downtown Smithville. It's an all day event, so bring the sunglasses, the whole family and plan on spending the day. There will be vendors, crafts, furniture and antiques. Make sure not to miss the entertainment at the courtyard on Main Street which will include local bands and dancers. When you're hungry, make sure to stop by a booth to grab some lunch or purchase some homemade goods.
  • Ask a Local Expert a question about Smithville.
    Smithville, MO
    Smithville Lake truly is nature. Located about 30 minutes north of Downtown Kansas City, it is an easy get away for the day or weekend. There are so many things to do such as kayak, jet ski, fish, ski, go for a boat ride, take a nature hike, ride bikes, golf, have a picnic, camp and swim.

    There are several different branches to the lake so you can pick the spot that resonates best with you. There are campgrounds for RV's too. If you find you need to go to the grocery store you are less than 10 minutes away from downtown Smithville. If you are on Hwy 92 headed toward the Lake and forgot bait you can stop in Ectonville. They sell live bait. Fun times!
  • The weather is going to make for a great weekend to come explore all that Smithville has to offer home buyers. Come check out the lake and grab a bite at the marina or have a picnic and do a little fishing in one of the best lakes around. If golf is your thing it's not hard to appreciate having local courses and while you're there, take a swing - pun intended - through the newly rejuvenated Rock Creek subdivision to find the perfect lot to build your new home.

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