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El Dorado has 14 neighborhood parks, 2 splash parks and 1 dog park.

There are options for everyone. Looking for a concert? Try Forrest Park during the summer months. Looking for some exercise? Try the basketball courts at Gordy. Horseshoes? Try North Main Park.

Other Features found at other parks include ponds for fishing, baseball fields, picnic tables, playgrounds, swimming pools, bike trails, tennis courts and gazebos.

El Dorado's golf course is an 18-hole course that houses a swimming pool and club house which can be used for catering and events.

El Dorado also hosts a 6-mile bike path that connects our city with the El Dorado Lake.

BG Stadium is a huge attraction if you're a sports fan. Whether you're cheering for someone in little league or college aged this state of the art facility will make each player feel like a star.

El Dorado's municipal pool features two diving boards, a slide, a kiddie pool and a larger lap pool.

El Dorado Lake is a public lake located right outside city limits. You can fish, swim, boat, camp and more.

Butler Community College and

El Dorado High School host theatrical plays, choirs, dance and more.

El Dorado is home to 4 museums. If you're looking for beautiful art displays don't miss visiting Coutts Museum of Art. Coutts hosts local artist workshops and live music from local musicians throughout the year. Or try Butler Community College's, Erman B. White Gallery. Into history? Visit the Kansas Oil Museum and Butler County History Center or the WWII History Center.

El Dorado Community Concert Association brings nationally known artists to El Dorado annually for a performance for all to enjoy.

There is an Archery Range located at

El Dorado lake and a shooting range, scheduled to be finished in 2018.

El Dorado is home to Broncos Baseball. Come see this college farm team play during the summer months at McDonald Stadium.

El Dorado has plans for a Community Performing Arts Center to be completed early 2018.