Longview Lake, Lees Summit, MO

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Longview Lake, Lees Summit, MO is a 11.9 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Kansas City, MO that features a river. The trail is good for all skill levels offers a number of activity options.

11.9 miles 361 feet Out & Back

camping

canoeing

hiking

mountain biking

road biking

trail running

walking

river

road biking
2 months ago

It was a beautiful day, a little windy, and gravel was a bit deep in spots,and some pretty deep errosion spots. one spot i hit so hard my water bottle bounced out. I usually ride paved trails ,or road. Nice scenary, and very fortunate to have trail systems in our area that holds us to such high standards. Lots of play equip. at every rec. area and pavillon. Come on out and enjoy your day!

2 months ago

Very easy to get to, but recent rains have eroded deep ruts in the path. The grades themselves are very manageable, and the area is nice.

3 months ago

Good flat trail

4 months ago

The trail is best for bike riding. Trail is well taken care of. Plenty of restrooms along the walk. The lake is beautiful scenery and sometimes the trail leads off away from the lake and you feel like your far off. Again best for bike riding unless you take a friend along to keep you company as you walk.

7 months ago

Nice easy trail for beginners and great views of the lake.

hiking
8 months ago

Easy flat boring trail. Better than a treadmill but not by much!

road biking
8 months ago

Trail surface is in great shape....perhaps better than I've ever seen it!! Kudos to the Jackson County Parks and Rec. crew currently maintaining it!

walking
10 months ago

Not a lot of trail maintenance during the winter months, apparently, and the bathrooms were all closed.

road biking
1 year ago

12.5 mile ride with the wife. A great flat trail for beginners.

hiking
2 years ago

Great trail, love the leaves this time of year

hiking
2 years ago

Nice walking trail. Loose gravel and paved trail. Worked great for a first outing with my dog

hiking
3 years ago

Instead of the asphalt bike trail, we like to go down to the water's edge and hike. Great for teaching kids about the natural sciences. Used to be able to take dogs, but the Rangers have gotten a bit nasty and will eagerly write off-leash tickets.