THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO ATTENDED THE 2018 KC CHIEFS TRAINING CAMP IN ST. JOSEPH! WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU IN 2019!
- Frequently Asked Questions
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- Parking Information
- Training Camp Map
- Special Training Camp Events
- Official camp info on Chiefs.com
During the non-practice times, there is plenty to do and see in St. Joseph and we invite you to take full advantage of all our city have to offer.
It might surprise you to know that St. Joseph has 13 historical area museums that are open daily. From the Pony Express Museum, dedicated to the 1860 mail service, this year celebrating the 150th Sesquicentennial of the Pony Express, The Patee House Museum, a glorious hotel turned 19th-century museum, and next door you’ll find Jesse James Home, where Jesse was shot by Bob Ford in 1882. View extraordinary art collections at the Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art. The history of mental health treatment is at the Glore Psychiatric Museum, one of three museums on the grounds of the St. Joseph Museums complex. All museums and attractions are listed on our website.
In addition to history, St. Joseph has a very rich cultural life which includes concerts by TheSaint Joseph Symphony, nationally touring music and theater acts at the Performing Arts Association, and famous comedians at Robidoux Resident Theater. Nightlife includes Broadway caliber performances at the historic Missouri Theatre and dinner theater at theRobidoux Landing Playhouse. Some exciting nightlife can be found Downtown at the Felix Street Experience, a series of pubs, bars and nightclubs that line beautiful Felix Street. Whatever you’re looking for you can find entertainment almost any night in St. Joseph.
St. Joseph is also one of America’s best-kept secrets in terms of historic architecture. Officially founded in 1843, this town quickly grew to become one of the most important sites of commerce and trade for the West which is reflected in the city’s extraordinary architecture. Stop by the Visitors Center and pick up a walking tour of Downtown St. Joseph architectural gems.
Don’t miss experiencing the amazing parkway system, developed in 1918 by architect George Burnap. The green belt ribbons through the city for 26 miles, comprised of 1500 acres containing 48 parks.and was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1995. Along the parkway is the Remington Nature Center, which offers a unique view into the evolving nature and civilization in northwest Missouri and the St. Joseph Aquatic Park, a public pool which has a 203′ Waterslide, 165′ Enclosed Waterslide, 50 Meter Pool, Waterfall, Vortex, Zero Depth Beach Entry, and a 300′ Lazy River…perfect for hot summer days.
Check out all the links above, call us at 800-785-0360 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more visitors information. We look forward to seeing you around St. Joseph when you visit the KC Chiefs Training Camp!