The Kill Creek Streamway Park Off-Leash Dog Area is a vast 16-acre area is located at the 95th Street access point at Kill Creek. The park is part of the district’s ongoing efforts to create linear parks in Johnson County along the principal streams.
The Streamway Park system aims to provide open spaces and trails for various leisure activities such as jogging, biking, nature hiking and picnicking. It seeks to improve people’s lives through recreation, and it is a welcoming place if you are in need of a break.
Kill Creek Streamway Park has two separate segments of paved, shared-use trail which amounts to about seven miles. The off-leash dog area is quite impressive and vast, at 16 acres. Pet parents can take their pooches with them on their nature walks on walking trails, but they must be on the leash.
There is no separation for small and big dogs so dog owners must be vigilant and must watch out for their tiny and timid furbabies, so they do not end up getting trampled on. It can be quite fun to stand on the bridge and watch pooches run up and down the creek, having the time of their lives at the Kill Creek Streamway Park Off-Leash Dog Area.
There is no water area for dogs, but the access to the clean creeks in multiple regions gives dogs fresh water to drink. Dog owners and other park goers have to bring their supply though. The Kill Creek Streamway Park Off-Leash Dog Area has Porto Potties which people can use, as well as trash and recycling systems for visitors.
The walking path is close to Highway 10, and it is such a great use of space. You can bring your bikes and walking shoes and enjoy the connecting trails. Pleasant and friendly dog owners frequent the park and their dogs are well-behaved, so each visit to the Kill Creek Streamway Park Off-Leash Dog Area is an enjoyable experience.