Take a Taxi to see our city of Overland Park, Kansas
The City of Overland Park is the 2nd most populous city in Kansas and can trace its root to 1905 when William B. Strang Jr purchased 600 acres of land along what was at the time a military roadway. Part of Strang’s original land purchase would go on to become Overland Park. The city was incorporated as a “first class city” in 1960 and would eventually expand from its original several hundred acres to more than 75 square miles today. The population of Overland Park is now estimated to be more than 186,000 and growth continues apace.
History of Overland Park
Overland Park was the vision of railroad entrepreneur William B. Strang Jr. Strang knew the railroad business and knew that the ever growing network of railroads in the Midwest would bring settlers and commerce. As such he purchased 600 acres of land west of Kansas City on which to build an ideal community rich in parklands with quality schools and convenient transportation. Today, with copious green spaces, a relaxed lifestyle and myriad transportation companies in Overland Park, Kansas his dream can be said to have come true.
Overland Park has managed to maintain its small town vibe while also playing host to an ever growing number of cultural institutions and entertainment venues. Among them are some of the most popular in Kansas including the Overland Park Botanical Gardens, the Farmer’s Market, the Indian Creek Greenway, Overland Park Convention Center, the Oak Park Mall, the Overland Park 9/11 Memorial, the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art and the Korean War Veterans Memorial. Finding a taxi in Overland Park, Kansas to take you from attraction to attraction is easy or, if you wish, copious public transport is also available.
Where to Eat in Overland Park
The sheer variety of outstanding restaurants in Overland Park is something William Strang himself would no doubt be proud of. While there’s far too many to list here highlights include the Redrock Canyon Grill where traditional American Fare is always in style, the Miyabi Asian Bistro which serves Asian delicacies from Japan, China, Korea and more, 715 which features exquisite hand-crafted Italian specialties and the Bristol Seafood Grille with its noteworthy oyster bar, relaxed upscale atmosphere and eye-opening menu (try the smoked salmon carpaccio and shrimp ceviche).
As alluded to above there’s no shortage of transportation in Overland Park, Kansas. From extensive bus networks to shuttles to private limos and more. You’ll never be left wondering “Is there a taxi near me?” because the answer is always “yes”. Omega Rides is Overland Park’s premier taxi service and will whisk you and your party from place to place quickly, safely and affordably.
Overland Park is the kind of mid-sized city that gives cities in general a good name. With myriad opportunities for cultural enrichment, entertainment and world class dining on tap Overland Park will call to you long after your business trip or vacation are over.