Big Bull Creek Park
- Disc Golf Course
- Not-for-profit Youth Campgrounds
- Picnic Areas
- Picnic Shelters
Big Bull Creek Park celebrated its grand opening on Sept. 22, 2018. It is the largest park in the Johnson County Park and Recreation District totaling 2,060 acres. It is located between Edgerton and Gardner, Kansas in southwest Johnson County.
Big Bull Creek Park focuses on nature-based learning, play, and restoration, which supports and compliments not only the immediate neighboring communities but JCPRD's park system as a whole. The park also features two large shelters, each capable of accommodating up to 90 people.
Phase One Development - Three Areas
- The Sunflower Road Access Point
- Combined Park Police and Park Maintenance Facility
- Organized Group Camp Area
- 18-hole Disc Golf Course
Future Park Plans - To Restore Integrity and Heritage
JCPRD plans to restore the integrity of Big Bull Creek Park’s environment and heritage in support of outdoor culture, enhanced education, and public recreation.
The District plans to identify mechanisms for ongoing park maintenance funding, emphasizing habitat, landscape, and stream restoration. There are also plans to construct, design, and designate facilities with ongoing maintenance in mind.
- Ecological restoration
- Loop trails
- Fishing / dock
- Off-leash dog area
- Paved trails
- Picnic shelters / grills / water fountain
- Playground / shelter
- Trail structures and bridges
- Visitor kiosk
Park Police & Safety
For emergency situations dial 911. To reach the Park Police dispatch, call (913) 782-0720.
For additional information and safety tips, visit JCPRD's Park Police page.
For additional enhancement listings and highlights visit the Big Bull Master Plan