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Lawson, Missouri started off as a railroad town in 1870.  Now 150 years later, the community has grown into one of the best places to live and raise children in the entire Midwest!  Lawson is progressive and forward thinking while preserving a lifestyle suitable for families, those working from home, commuting to work, and retirees!  Located 20 minutes from Liberty and 45 minutes from KCI Airport, Lawson is the perfect place to offer both access to Kansas City along with a quiet, safe, country-like atmosphere.   

Community recreational opportunities abound for youth including 4-H, robotics, soccer, wrestling, gymnastics, softball, baseball, basketball, football, golf, swimming, scouting, fishing, camping and hiking …..and more!  Lawson has an 18-Hole Golf Course, Ball Complex, City Lake and Walking Trail, Watkins Mill State Park, and even a Zip-Line close by!

Lawson School District has won countless awards for both academics and sports.  On top of that, the Lawson School District has one of the finest performing arts centers in the Greater Kansas City area.  The Community Library Media Center is housed in the High School and open to patrons with extended hours.

Come for a visit and you will want to make it your home as well!!