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Kansas City - Wyandotte County Lake Park

91st Street and Leavenworth Road

Wyandotte County Lake Park is a country lake located at the northwest edge of Kansas City, Kansas. The 1,500 acres are positioned in a setting of hillside oak-hickory woodlands and lakeside sycamores.

The 456-acre lake with marina was constructed in the 1930's by the Works Progress Administration. The lake park includes a Kids Fishing Lake, picnic shelters with playgrounds and restrooms, largest outdoor playground in Wyandotte County, boat rentals, fishing, abundance of wildlife, Davis Hall, Bridle Trail, off-leash dog arena, archery range, and Mr. & Mrs. .F.L. Schlagle Library and Environmental Center.

Lake Hours: 6 a.m. to midnight

Admission: Free



Sunday, May 6, 2018
Had a lot of fun. Did an 8 hour hike around the lake. There are places to swim, fish, good hiking trails, kayaking, and good campgrounds.

Kyle Williams

Tuesday, Dec. 5, 2017
One of my favorite places to go hiking. Miles of trails both paved and unpaved. Beautiful scenery. Tranquil and Serene Lake. Great place to have family reunions or bring kids. There is an abundance of activities and shelter areas as well. Three large playgrounds all with unique playground equipment! Overall just a very nice place.

kyla prewitt

Tuesday, Jan. 2, 2018
Great looking body of water, huge damn n spillway.... surrounded by rolling hills and thick forest.... shelters with built in grills and electric... Veteran memorial and really nice play park for kids n equestrian riding trails too!

John Loftiss

Saturday, May 12, 2018
83rd street enterance never opens up on time

Jason Pizza

Sunday, Aug. 27, 2017
The picnic areas are maintained with plenty of charcoal grills available. Unfortunatly the Bridle Trail is not well maintained. Overgrowth causes you to constantly dodge and push foliage out of the way and poor drainage make for a sloppy mess. Too messy to walk, to overgrown for horse riding. I hope it improves.

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