Mount Marty Park is an 11 acre park that overlooks the Kansas City skyline, and the site of Rosedale World War I Memorial Arch.
This will be KC Dog Club’s first trip to Mt. Marty Park.
Route (approximate) Screenshot – prnt.sc/aill1c
The route is approximately 1.5 miles.
Link to meeting spot. Open using Google Maps – goo.gl/maps/2appfU7EfJP2
More about the Mt. Marty Park and Rosedale Memorial Arch
The 34.5′ tall Memorial Arch was designed by Rosedale resident, John LeRoy Marshall. It was completed in 1923 and dedicated in 1924. In 1993, a small marker which doesn’t fit in with the style of the memorial was placed beneath the arch, honoring those Rosedale residents who died in World War I, World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War.
Rosedale is a neighborhood of Kansas City, Kansas and the Memorial Arch is dedicated to those Rosedale residents who served in the 42nd Rainbow Division during the Great War (WW1). Nearby Rainbow Boulevard is named for the division.
Park Website – www.wycokck.org/InternetDept.aspx?id=17774
Rosedale Arch Website – www.kansastravel.org/kansascitykansas/rosedalearch.htm
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