Chisholm Creek Park
Chisholm Creek Park is one of the largest parks in Wichita. It has habitats that are representative of most of the major habitat types in the Great Plains. In its 282 acres are 2 1/2 miles of paved trails which cross native and restored prairies, wetlands, ponds and woodlands. All these trails are handicapped accessible. The park is managed to maintain the diversity and quality of the habitat.
In Chisholm Creek Park may be found at least:
Access to the park is either through the park entrance at 3228 N. Oliver or from the main parking lot at the Great Plains Nature Center. The park is open every day and is closed from sundown to sunrise. There are two picnic shelters at the Oliver entrance which are available first-come, first-served, or they may be reserved for special events. For information on making a reservation, see this web page or call (316) 337-9225.
In order to preserve the natural features of the area, certain regulations are in place. Please respect the park and keep it a good home for wildlife in Wichita.
Click on this symbol within the map below for a view of the park!
For a printable version of the map, click here.
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