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Pawnee Prairie Park

2625 S Tyler, 67209 | 624.49 acres

This semi-regional park along the Cowskin Creek, parcels for which were acquired in the 1960’s and 1970’s, contains a variety of plants and wildlife.

The park has been designated as a Wichita Wild Habitat area and is the largest in the Wichita Park system.

Facilities include a five-mile marked trail in three connecting loops as well as many unmarked trails.

Horseback riding is allowed and a parking area for horse trailers is located at the east entrance at 2625 S. Tyler Road.

Land and Water Conservation Funds, provided by the Kansas Department of Wildlife & Parks and Tourism as well as the National Park Service, have been used to develop this park.

The equestrian bridge has been stabilized and is now open to the public.

The upstream banks have been modified to prevent erosion.

Picnic Amenities

Charcoal Grills | Parking Lots | Open Shelter | Picnic Tables | Restroom Facilities

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Bridle Trail | Nature Trails | Wichita Wild Habitat