- Multi-Functional Shelter
- Outdoor Exercise Equipment
- Pickleball Court
Meadowbrook Park in Prairie Village affords 80 acres of green space and many new programming opportunities. Features of the park include the Treeline Adventure destination playground, the Grand Pavilion, four shelters, an inclusive playground, The Grove playground, eight pickleball courts, Meadowbrook Hill, low impact outdoor fitness equipment, over three miles of paved trails, three lakes, and the 10,000 square foot Meadowbrook Park Clubhouse.
Meadowbrook Park Clubhouse
In addition to the 80 acres of green space, the park features the 10,000 square-foot Meadowbrook Park Clubhouse located near the park’s northwest corner. The clubhouse offers a variety of programs and events utilizing both inside and outside space. It is also a perfect rental venue, holding up to 190 guests, available for a variety of family and business events.
Meadowbrook Park has four medium shelters and one specialty shelter, The Grand Pavilion. Shelters are perfect for parties, family reunions, corporate events, and weddings! To ensure the use of a shelter, reservations are recommended.
For individual 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 or the Meadowbrook Park Clubhouse.
Meadowbrook Park offers eight pickleball courts. The courts are non-reservable and available for open play when not in use for JCPRD programming.
Updates to Meadowbrook Park Pickleball Courts
Beginning May 10, the pickleball courts at Meadowbrook Park will operate under a court rotation system. Paddle stacking holder and court rotation instructions, also listed below, can be found on the west side of the court fence.
Meadowbrook Park Pickleball Court Rotation rules beginning May 10:
- Waiting players place paddles in first available open slot. The sliding marker indicates what group is up next, working left to right.
- When a game is complete, the next players waiting will rotate onto the court.
- When players grab their paddles, they move the marker to the right indicating the next group up.
- Once the marker has reached the end of the line, move it back to the far left.
- If players wish to continue to play, they place their paddles at the end of the line.
- Only one paddle may reserve the space per player.
- Waiting players continue to move up the line as players come off the court.
- Games are to be played to a score of 11. If the courts and the paddle racks are full, reduce the game score to 9.
- Games limited to 20 minutes, regardless of the score, when players are waiting.
Stacked through the center of Meadowbrook Park, you'll find three lakes stocked with bluegill, largemouth bass, and channel catfish. JCPRD fishing 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.
Park Police & Safety
In an emergency, dial 911. To reach the Johnson County Park Police dispatch, call (913) 782-0720. For additional information and safety tips, visit JCPRD's Park Police page.