Wichita Area Amenities and Attractions

Emerald Bay Estates is located on the beautiful northwest corner of Wichita, KS. Offering the best in schools, shopping and recreation, the area is a wonderful place to live, work and raise a family. Here are a few of the local amenities and attractions Wichita has to offer.



Shopping Centers

  • Towne East Square– Wichita’s largest mall. Two-story complex located at the intersection of Kellogg and Rock Rd.
  • Towne West Square– Wichita’s second-largest mall located at the intersection of Kellogg and I-235.
  • Bradley Fair– Upscale shopping and dining plaza located on Rock Rd. south of 21st
  • New Market Square– Large store chains and plentiful dining options located on Maize Rd. north of 21st


Outdoor Recreation




Professional Sports Teams

  • Wichita Thunder– professional CHL hockey team playing at Intrust Bank Arena.
  • Wichita Wingnuts– minor league baseball team playing at Lawrence-Dumont Stadium.
  • Wichita Force– professional CPIFL indoor football team playing at Intrust Bank Arena.
  • Wichita B-52s– professional MASL indoor soccer team playing at Hartman Arena.
  • FC Wichita– professional NPSL outdoor soccer team playing at Stryker Soccer Complex.


Theaters and Venues

  • Warren Theaters– Movie theaters featuring the latest Hollywood releases with three locations.
  • Orpheum Theater– Historic downtown theater featuring concerts, events and films.
  • Crown Uptown Theater– Historic College Hill theater featuring concerts and events.
  • Palace Theaters– Discount movie chain featuring last-chance movies before they leave the big screen.
  • Murdock Theater– Small downtown theater featuring independent film releases.
  • Starlite Drive-In– Wichita’s only remaining drive-in theater featuring two screens.
  • The Cotillion– Historic concert venue featuring well-known touring artists.
  • Century II – Large downtown convention center and performing arts venue.
  • Intrust Bank Arena– Largest event venue in Wichita featuring year-round concerts and events.


Local Utilities