Everything you need to know about Vacation Village in Kansas City

Everything you need to know about the development of a new destination neighborhood in Kansas City coined Vacation Village.

Vaca Village

One person’s dirt is another person’s future Margaritaville.

Photo via Homefield KC

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Do you remember Schlitterbahn Water Park? While the splash city is no longer, a new getaway is coming to Kansas City. Enter: Vacation Village.

Vacation Village is an $838 million development project in Kansas City, Kansas that will include attractions like Margaritaville Resort, an indoor athletic training facility, Big Shots Golf, and an interactive museum. The project is at the hands of Homefield KC.

Let’s dive into the progress of this staycation situation with Homefield project lead Richard Napper.

Athletic training facilities

The steel structure of the $60 million indoor multi-sport facility is officially complete. Work is still underway on the $40 million youth baseball complex. Homefield officials said the complex will now be operated by Prep Baseball Report, and include an indoor athletic facility and eight youth baseball fields.

Margaritaville KCtoday

Picturing ourselves in that pool all summer long in 2026.

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Margaritaville Resort

Wastin’ away again in KC. This $145 million project is now under construction. The resort will include a 230-room hotel, a “LandShark” themed restaurant, and indoor + outdoor water sport features. We’re most excited to check out the ninja ropes course overlooking the indoor pool.

Big Shot Golf KC

Refine your skills at the range or putt around at mini golf.

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Big Shots Golf

This 39,000-sqft, golf-themed food and entertainment attraction is tallying up to cost $20 million. It will include 60 tee boxes for virtual games and competitions. Think: Topgolf.

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Prepare to be mesmerized.

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Atlas 9

This $26.7 million interactive art museum contains 30,000-sqft of space and a movie theater. The museum will be built alongside local experience design firm Dimensional Innovations in resemblance of the Meow Wolf art installations.

Entertainment arena

Another newly announced feature is a $53 million, 55,000-sqft multi-sport and live music arena. Homefield is working to finalize an agreement with concert promoter Live Nation, which would hold events ~110 nights of the year, leaving the rest for sporting events.

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