Kill Creek fast facts
Flows through: Johnson County, De Soto, Gardner
Key rivers and water features:
Size: 34,308 Acres
Population: 9,639 (2006 Data)
Kill Creek Streamway Park is part of Johnson County’s ongoing efforts to develop linear parks along major streams in the County. In addition to conserving drainage systems, assisting in flood control, and reducing property damage, the park provides trails and open spaces for such leisure pursuits as biking, jogging, picnicking, and nature hiking. There are 3 miles of trails with several access points; it is 27 acres in area. You can download a detailed map of the park, see rules, and get registration materials to reserve Shelter Houses by clicking more information
The orange line in the map below is Kill Creek. It is an interactive Google Map- for more information on using our maps click here.
You can download the kml file for this map to import into Google Earth by going to the attachment section at the bottom of the page.
View Kill Creek Park in a larger map
Things to do in Google Earth
Download the kml file from the attachment section below and Open in Google Earth.
Use the Path Tool to measure distances; for example, how wide is the lake? how far is it from the lake to the Kansas River?