Explore the most popular road biking trails in Kansas with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

this trail is local for us as we live in rural Franklin county so it's easy to use it's usually always clean it's just a nice simple trail.

15 days ago

Ran a 3.5 out and back. nice trail for any level from recreation to running/easy hiking. great for family. differently pet friendly and the owners seemed to ensure personal where on the leases but didn't clean up dog poop

mountain biking
19 days ago

boring if you are a mtb. definitely for the hiker/walker/runner.

Nice trail, good views.

hiking
1 month ago

hiked this for its length and scenery. We saw a bald eagle in flight. Beautiful. There is a section of the trail marked to stay on the trail because of unexploded ordinances. Surprised no one else mentioned that. The trail was really well maintained with benches and trashcans.

I like this trail, but it is cracked in some areas. Not a huge problem though.

This is a new 10 foot wide paved trail. It starts at a stocked pond just off Main Street in Edgerton Ks. Proceeds uphill to ball diamonds crosses road does a loop you then backtrack to trailhead. You can do unpaved trail in combination for 3.4 miles.

The south end from 75th to 67th is nice. From 67th to Shawnee Mission pkwy borders a lot of businesses like car lots and self storage. Not real scenic.

This was a FUN trail. It was more like 3.5 miles total, from the parking lot to the paved trail, to the hiking trail, and on the paved trail back to the parking lot. There is a lovely little stream that you cross 5-6 times (it would be difficult to cross if it had just rained). Lots of rocks, cliffs, a shallow cave, interesting trees, deer tracks, and birds. Hiked with our 3 and 6 year olds and it was hard at times (rocky), but they finished and enjoyed it overall! We will be back!

hiking
2 months ago

This is an old railroad track area that has been repurposed as a very nice city trail.
I went in from the Garden Plains end. The Directions get you there just fine. But I questioned where to park and if I should get off the main road and drive down to trail head. I gave it a go and that turned out to be the thing to do. Not a lot of room to park there and I recommend you turn your car back around so you are facing toward the main road in case more cars join you.
I hiked in 3 miles and then the 3 miles back out. It’s a flat trail and has a crushed limestone base. Not a lot of mud. No one was on the trail but me. It was great. But it was late afternoon on a Thursday and It was the “end of the trail”. Ie I didn’t start in Goodard. I will try it that way the next time I visit Wichita. I saw deer, Doves, quail, and a skunk! It was a quiet enjoyable walk.

walking
2 months ago

Easy walking/bicycle path along side of Sand Creek. This trail is located in the town of Newton/North Newton. There are houses and businesses on one or both sides for a good portion of the trail. As an urban path, there are places that get trashy. Safety is not an issue. If the weather is nice there can be many people on the path.

Gave it a 4 due to the paved part. Not a big fan of pavement. If you like pavement it’s about 1/3 paved. Natural part was nice with all the fall colors.

I picked this trail up at I-Lan park (127th & Nall) and headed north to Leawood City Park...perfect out and back for a total of 6 miles. very level, recommend for training to increase running distance/time. Met people all along the way walking, jogging, biking. Lots of shade so will definitely keep this one in mind for summer however this trail is stunning in the fall.

walking
2 months ago

I love this trail . Use do live close there and spent a lot of time.

road biking
3 months ago

I have ridden this entire Trail on my bicycle. is well maintained and most of the ride is very scenic. the best part is south of Shawnee Mission Parkway on top of the large Hill. it has a great Overlook area.

mountain biking
4 months ago

Great path, it was exactly what I was looking for. It is a fully paved path great for many activities. I rode the full length and back on my mountain bike with city slicks.
Most people on the path understand all the basic courtesies required to make this enjoyable for everyone sharing for which I am very thankful. Though I was riding alone I did not feel alone; lots of waves and friendly smiles.

Nice, paved trail for the road bike. Pretty, scenic suburban trail meanders along Mill Creek. Fairly busy on the weekend. Watch out on the blind curves as the trail is somewhat narrow.

walking
4 months ago

easy everyday trail

mountain biking
4 months ago

I grew up in Overland Park over the past forty years and have been pleased to see the extensive trail system develop. I jog, bike, take my dog on jogs, and even ride my longboard on the Indian Creek trail. My wife and two boys live 3 blocks off the trail. The trail is fairly well cared for. A few cracks which are most notable on the skateboard, but they’re few. And definitely not a problem for any other mode. I’ve seen police on a few occasions. I don’t recommend a ride on it within 24 hours of rain, as a couple of low spots can pocket water. Summer day will dry it up, though.

I usually ride my mountain bike about 5 miles, I might run a 2 mile jog once a week. I sse a good balance of trees and open areas, which means even on hot days you will find a diversity of temperatures. Fall brings a few too many leaves for the longboard... And, pity the Activity menu here doesn’t have the skateboard-longboard and nor does it show inline skating. These are 90% level grade trails on the floodplain of the creek and are a treasure for the community. They provide continuous uninterrupted movement...just pick a mod and do a little “forest bathing” through the City of Trees. See you there!

As far as riding goes it's nice and paved. The only downside is the homeless people spead throughout the trail. Some are decent other are not.

Best loop is Mill Creek to College.

mountain biking
5 months ago

Great place for a family bike ride, well maintained and little people.

Lots of beautiful views...very well maintained.

This trail is GREAT for a long run at almost anytime of the day because it has good tree cover throughout the trail. Also the pavement is well kept which means there is no need to worry about footing on a run.

Some great technical areas for all difficulty levels. Awesome place close to town to get out and enjoy some nature!

Took the family out today for a ride. Perfect for all skill levels with enough challenge to make it a lot of fun for riding bikes regardless of experience. And close to home.

Nice wooded trails that are hard packed and clear with slight variations in elevation. Walked by train tracks never saw a lake and followed red trail on app. Did not come out where we started. Somewhat lost at end vs where we parked. Poorly marked trails which led us to the street north of Sixth street.

road biking
5 months ago

Well maintained path with great scenery and full canopy of trees.

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