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Coffee Creek Streamway Park

JCPRD invites you to bring the entire family to celebrate and enjoy giveaways and refreshments at our Coffee Creek Streamway Park's initial phase of development ribbon cutting! This three and one half mile trail runs from Heritage Park east to 169th and Switzer Road. To celebrate, JCPRD will host this event at the park trailhead  between Shelters 9 and 10.

Development of Coffee Creek Streamway Park is part of the district’s ongoing efforts to create linear parks along major streams in Johnson County. In addition to conserving riparian corridors, assisting in flood control, and reducing property damage, the Streamway Parks System provides trails and open spaces for such leisure pursuits as biking, jogging, picnicking, and nature hiking.





Existing Trails in Coffee Creek Streamway Park
Coffee Creek Streamway Park currently consists of a paved, shared-use trail totaling approximately 3.4 miles.


Coffee Creek Streamway Park Access Points & Parking

  • Heritage Park - shelter 9 & 10



Park Police and Park Safety
(913) 782-0720 / JCPRD Park Police


Future Improvements
Coffee Creek Streamway Park future improvements consist of a connection of the Coffee Creek trails to the future Blue River trail.

Also, an access point for the Coffee Creek Trail is being planned as part of Verhaeghe Park, which is anticipated to start construction in late 2018. Amenities for the park may include a playground, shelter, portable restroom, drinking fountain, and a community garden.


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[ Coffee Creek Streamway Photo ]
[ Coffee Creek Streamway Photo ]


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