Lexington Lake Park
- Boat Ramp and Courtesy Dock with Parking
- Drinking Fountain
- Hiking Trails
- Mountain Bike Trails
- Picnic Shelters
Lexington Lake Park
Lexington Lake Park, located west of De Soto and north of Kansas 10 Highway, is a 465-acre park featuring a 27-acre lake.
A few of the park’s unique natural features are a virgin prairie with 120 prairie plant species, including the federally-threatened Mead’s milkweed, oak and hickory forest, and tallgrass prairie.
A new disc golf course is coming soon to Lexington Lake Park!
Work has started on construction of a new disc golf course at Lexington Lake Park. JCPRD recently hired local course designer Scott Reek, who previously designed and helped construct disc golf courses at Heritage and Big Bull Creek parks. The new course will be located on LLP’s east side in an under-utilized area and will have nine holes with two baskets at each hole, so players could play the course twice and have a different experience each time. A new parking area for 12 to 15 cars will also be part of this project. Tentative plans call for completing this course in early fall 2023.
Lexington Lake Park has one large shelter. Shelters are perfect for parties, family reunions, corporate events, and weddings! To ensure the use of a shelter, reservations are recommended.
For shelter details and to reserve online, view the Subfacilities section below.
To check availability or to reserve a shelter online, visit the reservation and rentals page, call (913) 831-3359, Monday - Friday from 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m., or visit our Registration Office in Antioch Park.
Lexington Lake Park offers a 27-acre lake for boating and fishing. JCPRD fishing and/or boating permits, and state fishing licenses (per state regulations) are required before utilizing the lake. See below for requirements.
For details about permit requirements, state licenses, or to see the latest fishing report, visit the permit information page.
Lexington Lake Park has a 1.6-mile paved multi-use trail around the lake, and nine miles of mountain bike / hiking trails.
Park Police & Safety
In an emergency, dial 911. To reach the Park Police dispatch, call (913) 782-0720.
For additional information and safety tips, visit JCPRD's Park Police page.