Line Creek Trail

Managed by Platte County Parks & Recreation, Trail Owned and Operated by the City of Kansas City and the City of Riverside, Funded through Contributions from the City of Kansas City, Platte County and the City of Riverside

Line Creek Trail winds serenely through the beautiful countryside of Platte County. In any portion of the trail you’ll find a peaceful experience waiting for you. Follow the trail through wooded areas along the creek for a back-to-nature experience in the heart of the Northland.

The multi-use trail sees frequent use by hikers and bicyclists. You may also see deer, squirrels, birds, and a variety of other wildlife. Line Creek Trail is an ideal way to check out Platte County’s scenery and wildlife.

Line Creek Trail also features a Fixit bicycle service station, which offers an air pump & basic tools for repairs to make the trail much more bike-friendly. For information, please call 816-513-7500.

The trail is accessible from Renner Brenner Park, Homestead Park, Line Creek Gower Ave Trailhead, the KC Northern Miniature Railroad and the Line Creek Community Center.

Address Park Address:
Argosy Pkwy. and Argosy Casino Pkwy. (Riverside) and N. Line Creek Pkwy. and NW Old Stagecoach Rd. (Kansas City)
Hours Hours: Dawn to Dusk
Phone Phone: 816-513-7500

Distance Distance: 8.25
Surface Surface: Concrete
Features Trail Features: 2 Pedestrian Bridges
Other Other: Fixit Bicycle Service Station

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.