Situated on the eastern tip of the city of Springfield, Missouri, is the neighborhood of Parkwood Survival. Parkwood Survival is a small neighborhood that is made up of mostly single family homes and which sports a location that puts it in the center of many different things for residents to do. The area lies less than a mile from Interstate 44 and borders to the neighborhood of Webster Park/Shady Dell on its southern side. Its northern neighbor is a premier golf course: The Bill & Payne Stewart Golf Course.
This unique location gives the residents of Parkwood Survival many options for public schools for children. On the elementary school level, Fremont, Weller, Robberson, Hickory Hills, and Truman are options. Middle school choices are Solutions, Hickory Hills, Reed, and Pipkin, while high schools are Solutions, Hillcrest, Central, and Bailey Alternative. Should college be an option, there are several nearby, including Missouri State, Drury University, and Cox College.
The area features two interesting historical places to visit. The first is the Air & Military Museum of the Ozarks, where visitors get to see some of the machines from back in the days of war. The other is the Pythian Castle. This Castle has been completely rebuilt and is a sight to behold. It is available for visiting, or even hosting an event.
Golfers have several options from the Parkwood Survival area. Not only is there the Bill & Payne Stewart Golf Course, but also the Springfield Golf Club and Hickory Hills as well. The neighborhood is also ideal for travelers, because there are two airports to fly from. Those airports are Downtown and Springfield-Branson National Airport.
The closest hospital to the area is the Doctor’s Hospital of Springfield, should the need for emergency medical attention arise.