View all facilities

Kill Creek Streamway Park

Documents

Kill Creek Streamway Park Map (PDF)

Kill Creek Streamway 95th St. Access (PDF)

Off-Leash Area Code of Conduct Rules (PDF)

Features

  1. Dog Park
  2. Drinking Fountain
  3. Trails

NOTICE - Trail closure coming soon

A 1.25 mile section of the Kill Creek Streamway Park trail is expected to soon be 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. A closing date has not yet been announced, watch for details coming soon.  


Kill-Creek-Trail-closure-map 


Kill Creek Streamway Park

Kill Creek Streamway Park is part of the district’s ongoing efforts to create linear parks along major streams in Johnson County. The streamway park system provides trails and open spaces for biking, jogging, picnicking, and hiking.


Kill Creek Streamway Park currently consists of two separate segments of paved, shared-use trail totaling approximately 8.9 miles. Long-term plans call for connecting the existing segments and extending the trail from the Kansas River all the way to Gardner.


KillCreekStreamWay-Trail-1200x540


Access Points

  • 33460 W. 95th Street, De Soto
  • 31430 W. 143rd Street (Bloch Barn)
  • Kill Creek Park near Shelter #1, 11670 S. Homestead Lane, Olathe, KS


Dog Off-Leash Area

The 16-acre off-leash area located at access point near 33460 West 95th Street. For rules and regulations, please view Dog Off-Leash Area Code of Conduct/Rules (PDF)
 
JCPRD's other off-leash areas are located in Shawnee Mission Park, Thomas S Stoll Memorial Park, and Heritage Park.


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.