Black Bob Park

Black Bob Park  

Address:  14500 W. 151st Street
History:  Black Bob Park is an 80 acre community park dedicated in 1981.  The park is located on what was part of the Shawnee Indian Reservation that was first established in 1825. The reservation originally covered what is now Johnson and parts of Douglas and Miami counties.  It is named in remembrance of Chief Black Bob from the Shawnee Band of Native Americans.
Location Description:  The park is located on the north side of 151st Street between Black Bob Road and Pflumm Road


Amenities Include:

Black Bob Park Playground
Black Bob Park Fishing Pond
Black Bob Bay
  • Shawnee Picnic Shelter (Reservations available)
    • Shelter Specifications:
      Tables - 8 (capacity 64)
      Charcoal Grills - 2
      Lights/Electricity
      Water Fountain
      Handicap parking
    • For more information view our shelter guide or call (913) 971-8563
  • Playground with swings
  • Two small picnic shelters
    (first come/first serve)
    Tables - 2 (capacity 16)
    Charcoal Grills - 2
  • Public swimming pool
  • 1.4 mile walking trail w/fitness course
  • Miniature golf course
  • Lighted basketball court
  • Four lighted baseball fields
  • Four lighted softball fields
  • Six soccer flelds
  • 0.5 acre fishing pond
  • Batting cages
  • Three restroom facilities