| Development of Kill
Creek Streamway Park is part of the District’s ongoing efforts
to create linear parks along major streams in Johnson County. In addition
to conserving drainage systems, assisting in flood control, and reducing
property damage, the Streamway Parks System provides trails and open spaces for such leisure
pursuits as biking, jogging, picnicking, and nature hiking.
Existing Trails in Kill Creek Streamway Park
Kill Creek Streamway Park currently consists of two separate segments of paved, shared-use trail totaling a little less than seven miles. Long-term plans call for connecting the existing segments and extending the trail from the Kansas River all the way to Gardner.
Kill Creek Streamway Park Access Points & Parking
Kill Creek Streamway Park Dog Off-Leash Area
The 16-acre off-leash area is located adjacent to the 95th Street access point and parking lot. For the enjoyment of all patrons and pets, all JCPRD Dog Off-Leash Area Code of Conduct/Rules apply.
JCPRD has a total of four dog parks. The other off-leash areas are located in Shawnee Mission Park, Thomas S. Stoll Memorial Park and Heritage Park. Each off-leash area is an enclosed, fenced area.
JCPRD Park Police and Park Safety
If safety issues arise, please contact the JCPRD Park Police at (913) 782-0720.
To check for possible park or trail
closings please call the 24-Hour Park Information Line at (913) 312-8833.
"Your bike trails system is fantastic. I rode from the Overland Park area on the paved trails to Shawnee Mission Park then rode on the mountian bike trails there. The paved trails through wooded areas are the best."