Hiking & Biking Trails

With multi-use paved as well as single-track trails located throughout Johnson County, you'll have a hard time picking your favorite! Try the Gary L. Haller Trail in the Mill Creek Streamway Park with approximately 14 miles of pedestrian and bicycle trails, the 3.4 mile Coffee Creek Streamway Park, or the 7 mile Kill Creek Streamway Park...just to name a few.  

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Stay up-to-date on trail conditions

JCPRD offers a fast and efficient way to check on trail information, closures, and delays with Rainoutline! Download the free app to stay up-to-date. Sign up to receive text and email alerts for your favorites.  

  • For parks and paved multi-use trails, search "JCPRD" in the app and choose "Johnson County Park & Recreation PARKS"
  • For JCPRD single-track (mountain biking and hiking) trails, search "Urban Trail Company" in the app

For information over the phone, please call the following for information:

  • For parks: (913) 686-6220
  • For facilities & activities: *(913) 686-6030
  • For single-track trails: (913) 204-0204

*Those calling from a landline phone must dial 1 before calling this number. 

NOTICE - Kill Creek Park Streamway Trail closure 

A 1.25 mile section of the Kill Creek Streamway Park trail is closed for approximately three to four months to accommodate construction of the Panasonic battery plant. The closure will begin near the 95th Street trailhead and continue southward. 


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Request a Guide by Mail

To receive the current edition of our Trail Guide by mail, please fill out the trail guide request form. Please allow 2 to 3 weeks for delivery.

Pick Up a Guide

If you would rather pick up a copy of the guide, please visit one of the following Johnson County Park & Recreation District facilities:

Single-Track Trail Maps (hiking and/or mountain biking)

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