Gezer Park

This 10 acre park is located at 133rd and Mission Road and includes a walking trail, public art, two shelters, a restroom, playground, Havdalah garden, ceremonial fire pit, and other amenities. Gezer Park is dedicated to Leawood’s sister city relationship with the Gezer Region of Israel. This park contains two pieces of public art: “Stones and Steps” and “Harvest Tablet”.

Amenities

  • BBQ Grills
  • Open Spaces
  • Picnic Area
  • Parking
  • Playground
  • Public Art
  • Restrooms
  • Shelters
  • Trails

Shelters

West Shelter

  • 4 Picnic tables and 1 grill
  • 1 – 20 amp duplex outlet
  • Nearby playground equipment
  • Restrooms are nearby
  • Holds approximately 32 people
  • Parking is limited

East Shelter

  • 4 Picnic tables (no grill available)
  • 1 – 20 amp duplex outlet
  • Restrooms are nearby
  • Holds approximately 32 people
  • Parking is limited
Avanim Vetseiadim

Ilan Averbuch
Avanim Vetseiadim” (Stones and Steps)
Granite and Steel
Dedicated October 20, 2009
Gezer Park (133rd and Mission Road)

Harvest Tablet

Gadi Fraiman
“Harvest Tablet”
Limestone (sculpture) and Concrete (base)
Dedicated October 20, 2009
Gezer Park (133rd and Mission Road)