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Lexington Lake Park


Lexington Lake Park Map (PDF)

Fishing Report (PDF)


  1. Boat Ramp and Courtesy Dock with Parking
  2. Drinking Fountain
  3. Grill
  4. Hiking Trails
  5. Mountain Bike Trails
  6. Parking
  7. Picnic Shelters
  8. Playground
  9. Restrooms
  10. Trails

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.

Check out the new disc golf course at Lexington Lake Park!

The Lexington Lake Park Disc Golf Course is a par 27/54 for 9/18 holes wooded and prairie grass course. The course is very technical and wooded in places with a few open holes. It is located on Lexington Lake’s east side and has nine holes with two baskets at each hole, so players can play the course twice and have a different experience each time. A new parking lot with 15 spaces is also available near the start of the course. The new course was designed by Scott Reek, who has also designed other disc courses in the region, including the Cedar Ridge course in Bonner Springs, as well as JCPRD courses in Heritage Park, and Big Bull Creek Park. View the disc golf course map here.


Park Shelter

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 requirementsstate 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.


  1. Lexington Lake Park Shelter 1

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