Responding to Coronavirus
Program & Facility Information
For the most up-to-date information, visit our Pandemic Operations Guidelines page.
Parks and trails remain open during normal hours. Please practice physical distancing, it applies outdoors too!
The JCPRD Administration Building and Visitor Services counter are open, please do not enter if you are not feeling well. We highly recommend you wear a mask when entering any JCPRD facility if you have not been vaccinated. Restroom facilities remain open during regular park hours.
JCPRD fishing, boating, and archery permits can be purchased at JCPRD Administration Building in Shawnee Mission Park, registration office in Antioch Park, and the Clubhouse at Meadowbrook Park or on-line. They may also be purchased at Bass Pro Shop at the customer service counter, store hours are 10 a.m. - 6 p.m., seven days a week. To purchase a JCPRD permit over the phone with a credit card, call (913) 438-7275, Monday - Friday from 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. A receipt will be emailed to serve as a temporary permit and you will receive your physical permit by mail. Kansas State fishing licenses can be purchased at those retailers, as well as online at ksoutdoors.com/License-Permits.
The Registration Office at Antioch Park is open, please do not enter if you are not feeling well. You may reach them by calling (913) 831-3359, Monday - Friday from 8:30 am - 5 pm. To register for programs, click here.
Program and Event Cancellations:
JCPRD is taking a number of precautionary measures to protect our patrons, volunteers, and staff, as we continue to monitor the situation. We are working with Johnson County Government partners and referencing peer institutions to make the best decisions. We are prepared to follow all directions provided by public health agencies to mitigate the spread of any virus, including the potential cancellation of future programming for a period of time if necessary. Should that happen, we will notify patrons as quickly as possible and will maintain communication as circumstances change. Until that time, we intend to serve our patrons and our families in the best way possible while working to ensure the continued health of our community.
Johnson County Health & Environment is updating Johnson County residents on preparing and response to Coronavirus (COVID-19). Stay up-to-date with JoCo Health & Environment as they monitor the status of Johnson County and keep up with the latest updates from the Center for Disease Control (CDC).