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Heritage Park

Documents

Heritage Park Golf Course Map (PDF)

Heritage Soccer Park Map (PDF)

Heritage Park Disc Golf Map

Off-Leash Area Code of Conduct Rules (PDF)

Heritage Park Map (PDF)

Features

  1. ADA Accessible
  2. Baseball / Softball
  3. Disc Golf Course
  4. Football Field
  5. Golf Course
  6. Outdoor Exercise Equipment
  7. Picnic Shelters
  8. Playground
  9. Soccer Field
  10. Softball Fields

Heritage Park

Heritage Park is a 1,238-acre park located at 159th and Pflumm Road in Olathe. Purchased in 1979 through voter-approved bonds, the park was dedicated on July 4, 1981. Recreational facilities include 10 picnic shelters, 40-acre lake, 30-acre dog off-leash area, play areas, outdoor exercise equipment, 18-hole disc golf course, athletic fields for softball, football, and soccer, and the 18-hole championship Heritage Park Golf Course and driving range. Located adjacent to Heritage Park is White Fox Manor Stables, a full-care boarding and training facility.

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Park Police & Park Safety

In an emergency, dial 911.  To reach the Park Police Dispatch, call 913-782-0720.
Learn more about the Park Police and tips for staying safe.


Park Shelters

Park shelters are perfect for parties, family reunions, corporate events, and weddings! To ensure the use of a shelter, reservations are recommended.

View the shelters at this park below. For additional information about renting a shelter visit our reservation and rentals pageand for a list of each shelter’s amenities, view our Shelter Information Chart (PDF).

To check availability or to reserve a shelter, call 913-831-3359, Monday - Friday from 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. or visit our Registration Office in Antioch Park.


Lake

40-acres for fishing and boating. JCPRD fishing and boating permits and state fishing licenses (per state regulations) are required. See below for requirements. 


Fishing Requirements / Report


Dog Off-Leash Area

Heritage Park Off Leash offers a wide variety of opportunities for people and dogs.The off-leash area is a 30-acre space with a fenced open area and a small pond. There is a large area for dogs to run while owners can see them from a distance. The off leash area includes a manicured area and a nice section of tall trees for shade and different terrain to offer more challenges. The dogs also have a large area that is only mowed once a year leaving tall grass so dogs can use their senses and natural instincts to play. There is a large paved parking lot which is handicap accessible and a small section of trail that can be used to access the small pond. The pond was an old farm pond that was left in the area to give dogs another way to play and cool off in the summer. The off leash has year round restrooms heated by solar tubes which draw down heat from the roof into a large holding tank that distributes the heated water into the concrete floor. It is backed up by a small propane tanks when it needs it. 

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The off-leash area is accessible from all entrances of the park but is closest to the entrance at 16240 Lackman Road. Please note that for the enjoyment of all patrons and pets, all JCPRD Off-Leash Area Code of Conduct/Rules (PDF) apply. Weekly maintenance is scheduled every Tuesday from 5 a.m. to 9 a.m. from March 1 - October 31 and 7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. from November 1 - February 28. Closures are intended to allow for a higher level of maintenance to the area without compromising dog and patron safety. Trespassing is prohibited when the gate is locked. JCPRD has a total of four dog parks. The other off-leash areas are located in Shawnee Mission Park, Thomas S Stoll Memorial Park, and Kill Creek Streamway (at the 95th Street access point). Each off-leash area is an enclosed, fenced area.


Heritage Park Disc Golf Course

The course is an 18 hole, 54 par course, available for public use. Players throw from tee to pin attempting the lowest number of throws as the course winds through wooded and prairie grass areas. Varying levels of terrain and obstacles will challenge beginners and experienced players alike while enjoying a scenic view of Heritage Park. 


Heritage Park Soccer Programs & Fields

Heritage Park soccer programs are offered via Heartland Soccer. JCPRD provides the community with recreational soccer fields and programs at various locations, for children age 4 through 8th grade. For more information please visit our Youth Soccer page or contact Jamie Kempfe at 913-826-2853. 

Heritage Park Football Programs & Fields

Football programs at Heritage Park are offered by Kansas City Football and Cheerleading. For more information about programs and leagues, please contact KCFC at 913-831-6000.

Heritage Park Adult Slowpitch Softball


Heritage Park also features an Adult Slowpitch Softball league. Click here to learn more about softball at Heritage Park!

Subfacilities

  1. Heritage Park Shelter 1

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  2. Heritage Park Shelter 10

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  3. Heritage Park Shelter 2

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  4. Heritage Park Shelter 3

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  5. Heritage Park Shelter 4

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  6. Heritage Park Shelter 5

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  7. Heritage Park Shelter 6

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  8. Heritage Park Shelter 7

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  9. Heritage Park Shelter 8

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  10. Heritage Park Shelter 9

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  11. White Fox Manor Stables

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