Big Bull Creek Park Project

Construction for Big Bull Creek Park began in the spring of 2017. The park totals 2,060 acres and is the largest park in the Johnson County Park & Recreation District (JCPRD) park system. The first phase of development focused on three areas: the Sunflower Road access point, the combined Park Police and Park Maintenance facility, and a group camp area. For more details regarding amenities at Big Bull Creek Park visit the Big Bull Creek Park page.

Big Bull Creek Grand Opening

Phase I: Three Areas of Focus

Sunflower Road North of 207th Street

  • A Discovery Nature Playground
  • Three quarters of a mile of looping paved trails
  • Picnic shelters, a restroom, kiosk and parking lot
  • Prairie restoration area
  • Connection to Edgerton's nearby Martin Creek Park
  • Roughly three miles of soft trails, currently under construction. 

Map of Big Bull Creek Park Single Track Trail

199th & Four Corners RoadExterior view of the Big Bull Creek Park Police and Maintenance Facility

  • Combined Park Police and maintenance compound
  • Parking lot with access to nearby disc golf course

213th Street East of Spoon Creek Road

  • Group camp area
  • Restroom, shelters and parking lot

Master Plan & Design

Both a master plan (PDF) and designs for Big Bull Creek were completed in 2016. The vision for the park is to be a destination like no other, focused on nature-based learning, play, and restoration. 

A bid for Phase I development was awarded in late February 2017 to National Streetscape Inc., of Blue Springs, Missouri. Completion of the park is anticipated summer of 2018. The estimated project cost is $6 million.