SMP Master Plan

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Lexington Lake Master Plan

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Annual Capital Improvements


Lexington Lake Park
The future Lexington Lake Park, previously referred to as the Rieke Lake property, consists of 465-acres located west of De Soto and north of K-10 Highway. The site includes a 30-acre fishing lake, as well as a mix of woodlands, forest, and open areas.

A master plan for the park was completed by a consulting team headed by Bowman Bowman Novick, Inc., of Kansas City, Missouri. and it was approved by the Board of Park and Recreation Commissioners in 2008.

In addition to multiple picnic shelters and restrooms, the elements planned for Lexington Lake Park include:

Opening This Summer!
  • Approximately 160 acres
  • Lake area approximately 28 acres
  • Renovated dam
  • Boat ramp and courtesy dock with parking
  • Restroom facility
  • Picnic shelter with grills and water fountain
  • Playground with small shelter
  • Parking for restroom and shelters
  • Paved multi-use trail around the lake approx. 1.6 miles (approx. 2.5 kilometers)

    Master Plan

  • Approximately 430 acres
  • Marina with boat ramp and parking
  • Paddle boat and canoe dock
  • Fishing dock
  • Large picnic shelter
  • Several small shelters
  • Playground
  • Volleyball courts
  • Amphitheater
  • Restroom facilities
  • 8 to 10 walk-in campsites with restroom
  • Boardwalk over wetland area
  • Paved multi-use trail approx. 3.1 miles (approx. 5 kilometers)
  • Hiking trail approx. 1.4 miles (approx. 2.3 kilometers)
  • 4 Soccer fields with parking and restroom
  • Cross Country trails

    The first phase of the park's development is now in progress.

     


  • Master Plan for Future
    Lexington Lake Park
    (Formerly known as the
    Rieke Lake property)

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