Fishing in Lakes

Dad fishing with young childOverland Park offers six lakes throughout the city that range in size. According to Kansas state requirements, residents between the ages of 16 and 64 must have a fishing license to fish in city lakes.

While the types of fish in each lake vary, the city has posted signs at the lakes that outline creel limits and other restrictions. Some of the varieties of fish include crappie, largemouth bass, and channel catfish. The city's two largest lakes, South Lake and Kingston Lake, feature fishing piers.

Boats are allowed on the water; however, boats with motors are prohibited on community lakes within the city.

Overland Park is home to six lakes, shown on the map below:

Amesbury Lake
(38.87169833121383, -94.73151292651892)
Kingston Lake
(38.850720, -94.678140)
Regency Lake
(38.859368278151486, -94.66147508472204)
South Lake
(7601 W 86th St, Overland Park, KS, United States)
Summercrest Lake
(38.925757, -94.672055)
Wilderness Lake
(38.837555, -94.641001)