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Level: Easiest
Length: 17 mi (27.4 km)
Surface: Greenway
Configuration: Out & Back
Elevation: +806/ -839 ft
Total: 51 riders

Mountain Biking Mill Creek Streamway Park

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#21 of 88 mountain bike trails in Kansas
#2,802 in the world

The Mill Creek Streamway Park has over 17 miles of pedestrian and bicycle trails and four miles of horseback riding trails available for public use. In all, the trail extends from Nelson Island on the Kass River, south through the Cities of Shawnee and Lenexa, and ending in the City of Olathe.

First added by randyrat on Sep 20, 2004. Last updated Apr 30, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: unknown
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: unknown
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: unknown
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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Getting there
There are plenty of access points for this trail:
* 4731 Wilder Road near the intersection with Holliday Drive, Shawnee.
* North of Shawnee Mission Parkway at 5946 Barker Road, Shawnee.
* 19405 Midland Drive (west of I-435) at Shawnee Mission Parkway & Midland Drive, Shawnee.
* Shawnee Mission Park near Shelter 8 and North end of dam, Lenexa.
* 19865 W. 87th Lane, Lenexa.
* 18450 W. 95th Street, Lenexa.
* 11499 S. Millview, west of Ridgeview Road, Olathe.
* 119th & Northgate, east of Woodland Avenue, Olathe.
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Mountain Bike Trails Near Shawnee Mission, Kansas

Intermediate | 10 mi

Rider questions

Q: How far from barker entrance to k 7
A: Yo. It's a super easy 1.5 miles, paved trail. Lots of other more attractive park trails in and around Shawnee Mission Park/Mill Creek.

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  • Schmo

    I rode the south leg witch is a paved path. Quite nice with the unsurpassed and scenery. Just not into the paved path thing especially in a bussy city.might have been better with some friends.

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  • blakehs

    fun and scenic paved trails that you can go fast on. lots of other traffic though

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  • CFM   ✓ supporter

    Found myself in the Kansas City area this weekend, unable to ride some trails as planned because of two days of rain. I was glad to have the Streamway available as a backup. Although a greenway trail instead of singletrack, it provided an interesting and scenic way to get a ride in despite the wet conditions in other places.

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  • kc0aac

    First part hilly with curves as you near Shawnee mission park easier

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  • tlongpine

    This trail is not singletrack. It is a paved rec trail - but it's a great trail.

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  • dcteater

    Not a MTB trail. Still a nice ride with the family. Plenty of stop offs at little playgrounds for little kids and some port-a-potties along the way for emergencies. Enjoyable place to ride.

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  • ironmansam

    Great trail. I ran on it. The part I ran on was all paved and great scenery

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  • mooreoutdoors88

    Not a mountain biking trail at all. Great trail for casual riding and getting a good, long exercise, but can't be labeled MTB

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  • arizonaglider

    The Mill Creek Steamway Park trail is not a mountain bike trail per se. It contains about 17 miles of paved multi-use trails. There are seven access points and is in a beautiful park containing multiple sports facilities. The two large loops in the middle of the trail climb away from the main trail and are pretty challenging climbs. The main trail follows Mill Creek from near it's beginning in Oletha to the Kansas River. It ends on this island. This portion of the trail has only moderate hills. Only one short section is near a public roadway and it is isolated from motorized traffic. This short section is near the Northern end of the trail where it is neccesary to cross over a railroad track system on a high bridge. The bridge offers a pretty good climb. The paved trail is closed to horses although there is an equestrian trail in one section of the park. This short section may offer some off-road biking. I didn't see any signs prohibiting bikes but it didn't look like a great single track trail.

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