The Indian Creek and Tomahawk Creek bike/hike trail provides miles of open and green space connecting the city’s parks, neighborhoods, schools, recreation facilities, and more.
The Sorrento portion of the City’s bike/hike trail, running parallel and next to U.S. 69 near 127th Street, is temporarily closed while Evergy relocates power poles for the U.S. 69 improvement project. The trail is expected to reopen in early 2023.
5 a.m.-10 p.m.
A connecting link continues south along Quivira Road toward the Tomahawk Creek Trail, which runs south and west toward 143rd Street and ultimately into Olathe.
The trail is paved, approximately 10 feet wide, with mile markers every half-mile.
Overall it is level and flat, with elevation gains or hills for short sections in some places.
The trail is for non-motorized bicycles. Leashed dogs are welcome on the trail.
The Indian Creek Bike/Hike Trail provides a connection to historical aspects of Overland Park prior to and following the arrival of pioneers in the area.
Signs along the trail show archival photographs, maps and other images that tell the history of Overland Park.
The panels feature well-researched original historical narratives about the names of the various streets that cross or intersect with the trail, as well as other points of interest.
Some parts of the trail also have national historical designations.