Whether you are a trailblazer or you like to walk to the beat of your own drum, Lee's Summit trails offer a getaway to the beautiful and great outdoors! Explore the Rock Island Trail and bike ride to Kansas City, take a stroll over a boardwalk at Arborwalk Park trail, or enjoy the stunning James A. Reed Memorial Wildlife Area and its trails like Shawnee Trace Nature Trail. With over 100 miles of trails across Lee's Summit, there is so much to take in and discover.
Rock Island Trail Map
Legacy Park Trails Map
James A. Reed Memorial Wildlife Area Map
Lee's Summit Parks & Recreation Trails Map
Enjoy a 13.5-mile crushed rock and partially paved trail from Lee's Summit to the Truman Sports Complex in Kansas City, MO, perfect for a bike ride or a walk. Parking is recommended at Hartman Park as Truman Sports Complex will charge for special event parking. There are plans for future phases to connect to the Katy trail, connecting Kansas City to St. Louis!
This 10.2-acre park, adjacent to Charles David Hartman Park, is a natural area with a .95-mile wood chip trail that meanders through different types of trees and wildflowers, wood bridges and waterfalls. Any time of year you are sure to see some local wildlife and some amazing examples of Missouri native flowers.
A popular 1.2-mile trail for hiking and walking! The trail is a loop, is generally considered an easy route that takes about 25 minutes to complete. Dogs are welcome but must be on a leash.
The “1014 Loop” is a natural-surface, single-track trail for mountain biking, hiking, and trail running and is located along the northern and eastern portion of Legacy Park. The trail name is a reference to the highest elevation at Legacy Park.
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See where to walk, bike and hike in Lee's Summit.