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Cedar Niles Park occupies over 950-acres of mixed woodland, streams and wildflowers in Johnson County, Kansas. The park features bike and walking trails to appeal to a variety of tastes. There are over 4 miles of singletrack mountain biking trails at the north end of the park. There's also a 4 mile hike-and-bike trail that winds from 135th Street up to 119th Street and then on to Clare Road. Each trailhead has parking, restrooms, water fountains and bike repair stations. The major trailhead at 135th Street also has a playground and a picnic shelter.
Development of the park is an ongoing process, with other recreation amenities and ecological restoration planned for the future. But the Cedar Niles Park Trail is open for use and a fun, family friendly way to explore the park.
Parking available at the three trailheads:
Beautiful trail but I’m not sure why they didn’t make it a complete circle as it doesn’t really lead to anything.
This is a wonderful new trail that is scenic and well maintained. It’s also not currently overly populated with users but everyone is respectful on the trail. Hills are the biggest challenge!!! It is not for someone who is looking for a flat ride.
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