City Park

This 66 acre park consists of eleven soccer fields, six lighted tennis courts, three basketball goals, two baseball fields, two sand volleyball courts, one all-inclusive NEW playground, one half-mile loop jogging trail, and serves as the trail head for a 2.5 mile path along the Tomahawk Greenway Trail, or the shorter 1.5 mile loop on the Indian Creek Greenway Trail. Also included is the LEAWOOF Dog Park located at the east end of the park and over the bridge. LEAWOOF is open from sunrise to sunset and closed on Thursday mornings from 6-10 am for maintenance. Note: The City may elect to close the area during extremely wet conditions, following flooding or other acts of nature.

The Leawood Aquatic Center is located in Leawood City Park. Traditional dates of operation are, the Saturday of Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day. The park also hosts a multitude of fun and games during the Fourth of July Celebration, Summer Camp Programs, Soccer Camps, and other special events. Three pieces of public art: “Lllooppi”, “For the Goal”, and “Run Red Run” are also in this venue.


  • Amenities
  • All Inclusive Play
  • Athletic Programs
  • Ball Fields
  • Basketball Courts
  • BBQ Grills
  • Dog Park
  • Fishing
  • Open Spaces
  • Picnic Area
  • Parking
  • Playground
  • Public Art
  • Restrooms
  • Shelters
  • Swimming
  • Tennis Courts
  • Trails
  • Volleyball


East Shelter House (A) & West Shelter House (B)

  • Can be reserved together
  • 6 Picnic tables and 2 grills
  • Close to sand volleyball and basketball courts
  • Drinking fountain nearby
  • Use portable restroom or Lions Shelter restrooms
  • Holds approximately 48 people

East Gazebo (C) & West Gazebo (D)

  • Can be reserved together
  • 4 Picnic tables and 2 grills
  • 2 – 20 amp duplex outlets
  • Close to drinking fountain
  • Restroom at pool building
  • Holds approximately 32 people

Lions Shelter (E)

  • 12 picnic tables & 2 grills
  • 6 – 20 amp duplex outlets
  • Close to playground
  • Drinking fountain
  • Restrooms
  • Holds approximately 100 people

Nate Fors
Mixed Media Sculpture
Dedicated May 15, 2004
Near the entrance to Leawood City Park (10601 Lee Boulevard)

For the Goal

Jorge Blanco
For the Goal and Run Red Run
Powder Coated Aluminum
Dedicated April 18, 2009
Leawood City Park (10601 Lee Boulevard)