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Bonner Springs KS: One of the Largest Cities in Wyandotte County

While actually located in three Kansas counties (Johnson, Leavenworth and Wyandotte), Bonner Springs is predominantly located in Wyandotte County and is one of the largest cities in that county and one of the oldest in the state. Situated near the springs for which the city is named, Bonner Springs, a suburb of the Kansas City, MO Metropolitan Area, offers a wide variety of attractions to make your stay a pleasant and active one. If you are envisioning an enjoyable vacation in the area, you'll find the wealth of available activities, both in the city and in the surrounding KCMO metro area, to be more than worth your while.

Area History

The city of Bonner Springs enjoys a rich history. Starting out as a trading post — the first European post in the state, established in 1812 — the town later became known as Tiblow, which was eventually changed to Bonner Springs. The city was officially incorporated in 1898 and since that time has changed from an agricultural community with a trade-based economy to one based on the commercial, retail and light industrial business sectors.

Geography

Located along both banks of the Kansas River, Bonner Springs is surrounded by rolling hills. Served by several major highways — including I-70, US 24/40, K-7 and K-32 — the city is conveniently situated for access to a variety of area attractions and local destinations, ranging from KCMO to Village West.

Population/Demographics

Bonner Springs, population 7,483 according to 2013 figures, consists of 2,828 households and features a median resident age of 33 years. The city boasts a fairly well-educated populace, with 33 percent possessing a high school diploma, 19 percent having attended some college, 9 percent holding an associate's degree, 24 percent possessing a bachelor's degree and 4 percent boasting a graduate degree. The Bonner Springs workforce consists of 78 percent white collar workers and 22 percent blue collar workers, with a median annual household income, across all industries and earning categories, of $56,820.

Local Activities and Attractions

Area attractions located in Bonner Springs include the Wyandotte County Historical Museum, the National Agricultural Hall of Fame, the Sunflower Hills Golf Course, and a variety of entertaining shows held at the Cricket Wireless Amphitheater. Other local attractions include the Wyandotte County Fair and other fairground events and activities held throughout the year, Village West entertainment and shopping, and dining and entertainment in the nearby Kansas City Power & Light District.

Climate

Average July high temperature in the area is 89 degrees F, with the average January low dipping to just over 19 degrees F — a seasonal temperature variation that's right in sync with the national average. Hot, humid summers and cold, dry winters are the norm.

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