Gary L. Haller National Recreation Trail (Mill Creek Streamway Park)

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The Gary L. Haller National Recreation Trail along the linear Mill Creek Streamway Park parallels an active rail line for about 6 miles of its length at its southern end. The trail runs for 17 miles from the Kansas River at Nelson Island south to Olathe. About 4 miles of trail are also designated for equestrians.

Along the way you will find numerous shelters, picnic areas, drinking fountains, playgrounds and restrooms. The trail is an important connecting corridor for the communities it links and a model urban trail system. There are some steep sections of the trail.

Parking and Trail Access

Access and parking for the Gary L. Haller National Recreation Trail are as follows:

* 4731 Wilder Road near the intersection with Holliday Drive, Shawnee
* north of Shawnee Mission Parkway at 5946 Barker Road, Shawnee
* 19405 Midland Drive (west of I-435) at Shawnee Mission Parkway & Midland Drive, Shawnee
* Shawnee Mission Park near Shelter 8 and North end of dam, Lenexa
* 19865 W. 87th Lane, Lenexa
* 18450 W. 95th Street, Lenexa;
* 11499 S. Millview, west of Ridgeview Road, Olathe
* 119th & Northgate, east of Woodland Avenue, Olathe

For a detailed map of access points and amenities, view the local map.


Wonderful Trail!

   July, 2016 by lawrencian

Wonderful for biking. Very scenic. Extremely well groomed and manicured trail! Lots of gentle rolling hills and bends with nicely maintained wooden planked bridges. Lots of shade in the summer. This goes through multiple townships and the quality prevails more


   May, 2016 by streak1

Ran this trail from Shawnee Mission Park to Shawnee Mission Parkway in the late 1990s while living in Overland Park.First visit back after moving 17 years ago was in April,2016.Ran the same part of trail.It's still an absolutely beautiful trail.Discovered more

Don't miss this one!

   August, 2015 by oblantam

We rode this beautiful, scenic trail from end to end. We parked in the middle off of Shawnee Mission Parkway (Midland) riding north to the Kansas River, then followed the creek south to Olathe. Much of the trail is in dense wooded area that feels more more