Indian Creek Bike and Hike Trail is a 23 mile lightly trafficked point-to-point trail located near Overland Park, KS. The trail is rated as moderate and primarily used for hiking, walking, road biking, and mountain biking. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Dense hardwood forest, Several loops, Best done in off bug seasons. Would be great when the leaves turn.
great bike path. We went to about 122nd and Switzer
paved and well maintained. perfect for our fam with toddler and pup. we can toss the toddler into a wagon and pull her when she gets tired. it's relatively flat and runs across a few playgrounds with water fountains. had some trash here and there from running through the city.
very nice trail! I would have considered this an easy trail instead of moderate. I loved it either way.
Nice day for a walk. Great area, saw some Mallard Ducks in and around the creek. Lots of traffic noise in one area of trail but otherwise very peaceful.
Really good for early morning runs, not a lot of people were there so it was peaceful and quiet.
This trail is great in the early morning when it's not so busy. You can get a great ride, walk or run in.
Fairly busy trail. Great for walking, running, or bike riding. My son learned to ride a bike here. Lots of shade with a creek along most of it for the fog to grab a drink.
Decent trail for riding, walking, or running. Easy and paved the entire way. Good for kids, although does lack a little adventure to it.
I've biked sections mostly between Corporate Woods and Mission Rd, both recreationally and biking to/from work. Parts of the trail are very secluded from the nearby city life and are very peaceful and relaxing. Definitely a great JoCo trail.
Nice, non busy trail in a decent location.
Great walking and running paved trail! A good friend of the Summer of 21012! Looking forward to the Summer of 2013!
Nice trail, not over crowded.... Can ride by myself or with my family
very urban but nice. i went on a weekend and it was busy but everyone was polite. i took my two dogs and they really enjoyed the access to the creek. btw if u have pets please post ur experiences tips etc. i have never had dogs i took with me before and am keen to learn all the protocols that aren't always posted.