English Landing Park

Managed by City of Parkville

English Landing Park is a 68-acre facility with several amenities, including three miles of walking trails, a large playground area, a boat ramp, picnic shelters, sand volleyball court and a disc golf course. The park is sure to satisfy anyone wanting to take advantage of the great outdoors. The park, with its scenic walking trails that closely parallel the winding Missouri River, is like none other in the metro area. English Landing Park attracts a wide variety of users from bicyclists to walking or running enthusiasts; there is a recreation outlet for all to enjoy. English Landing Park is open daily from 5:30 a.m. until midnight.

English Landing Park has a variety of rental options for special events and family gatherings:

  • 3 shelters
  • 2 stages
  • 3 practice baseball fields
  • 1 soccer practice field
  • 3 sand volleyball courts

All are available for rent. For more information about reservations see the City of Parkville website.

Nearby Parks:

Platte Landing Park

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NOTICE: Dog parks closed until spring 2020. Platte Landing Park is located in historic Parkville, Missouri, at the end of Main Street and adjacent to English Landing Park on the Missouri River. Platte Landing Park is a cooperative effort between Platte County and the City of Parkville. The 140-acre park includes two miles of trails, …

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Address Park Address:
8701 McAfee St.
Parkville, MO 64152
Hours Hours: 5:30 a.m. until midnight.
Phone Phone: 816-741-7676
URL Official Web URL: Click Here
Restrooms Restrooms: Yes
Park Size Park Size (Acres): 68

Paved Trails Paved Trails: 3 Miles
ADA Accessible ADA Accessible: Yes
Picnic Shelter Picnic Shelters: 3 Reservable through City of Parkville
Picnic Tables Picnic Tables: Yes
Playgrounds Playgrounds: 2
Baseball/Softball Fields Baseball/Softball Fields: 3
Volleyball Courts Volleyball Courts: 3
Soccer Fields Soccer Fields: 1
Other Other Amenities: Disc Golf, 2 Stages

COVID-19 UPDATE: Parks, trails and playgrounds at Platte County Park maintained facilities ARE NOW OPEN.  Please practice proper social distancing while using the parks.