Platte Landing Park

Managed by City of Parkville

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, Platte County’s first off-leash area for dogs, and a boat ramp into the main channel of the Missouri River.

Dogs in Platte County now have room to run and play at the dog parks in Platte Landing Park. Seven fenced-in acres provide room to run with separate large and small dog areas. Running water is available to keep your pet refreshed.

Enjoy views of the Missouri River, and walking the trail around Platte Landing Park. Cross the natural wetland on the boardwalk for wildlife views. The name “Platte Landing” was given to the park to recognize the important role the Missouri River played in the early development of Platte County as the primary means of travel and commerce. For information about event reservation and park operations, please call 816-741-7676.

Nearby: English Landing Park

Address Park Address:
300 S. Main Street
Parkville, MO 64152
Hours Hours: 5:00 AM to Midnight
Phone Phone: 816-741-7676
URL Official Web URL: Click Here
Parking Parking: 53 (Entrance) / 34 (Dog Park) / 20 (Boat Ramp) / Overflow Gravel Area
Park Size Park Size (Acres): 140

Paved Trails Paved Trails: 1 (2-mile) trail
ADA Accessible ADA Accessible: Paved Trail
Dog Park Off-Leash Dog Park: 1 - Small Dog, 1- Large Dog
Boating Boating: Boat Ramp
Other Other Amenities: Boardwalk

Platte County Parks playgrounds and restrooms will be closed until further notice.  This includes the playgrounds at Platte Ridge Park, Barry Platte Park, and the Barry Platte Annex.  The restroom facilities at Platte Ridge Park soccer and baseball complexes will also be closed.  Platte County Parks is canceling all ball-field reservations at Barry Platte Park and Platte Ridge Park until further notice per recommendations of the CDC. We will be assessing the situation on a weekly basis. Questions? Please call 816-858-3419

Parks and trails do remain open, including open space and trails.  Please use proper social distancing when using the parks.