Parcels of this semi-regional park were acquired in the 1960's and 1970's and runs along Cowskin Creek.
The park is home to deer, foxes, coyote, bobcats, beaver, muskrats, raccoons, opossums, skunk and a variety of birds.
One shelter attached to Nature Center building (46' x 31')
One west shelter (37' x 37')
Both shelters have lighting and electrical receptacles.
The nature center was converted from former horse stables.
Two grills located at southwest shelter and one grill located at Nature Center.
Two paved lots - 64 stalls, 8 horse stalls.
One paved lot - 63 stalls.
One paved lot at Tex Consolver Golf Course - 308 stalls.
One restroom at golf clubhouse.
One restroom at Nature Center.
Two restrooms in picnic area.
One 5-mile dirt bridle trail for horseback riding.
In 1986, the trails were renamed Plumlee Trails in honor of Marsh and Irene Plumlee who were instrumental in the City of Wichita acquiring the land as well for developing and maintaining the trail system.
One dirt nature trail (8-10 miles path system).
One 1-mile paved nature trail.
Bicycles, motorcycles, skateboards, and blades (skating) are NOT allowed on the trails.
Dogs on leashes are allowed.
This semi-regional park, parcels for which were acquired in the 1960’s and 1970’s, along the Cowskin Creek contains a variety of plants and wildlife. The park has been designated as a Wichita Wild Habitat area. Facilities include a five-mile bridle trail, an eight-mile nature trail and a nature center converted from the former horse stables. Land and Water Conservation Funds, provided by the Kansas Department of Wildlife & Parks and the National Park Service, have been used to develop this park.
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