Leawood, Kansas is a Kansas City suburb located in southeastern Johnson County and has a population of 31,867. It is served by the award winning Blue Valley School and Shawnee Mission School Districts. All five Blue Valley high schools were named to the Washington Post’s list of America’s most challenging high schools, accounting for half of the Kansas schools making the list. Incorporated in 1948, Leawood quickly became known for its lovely residential neighborhoods, excellent schools, and beautiful parks and still known for those qualities today. Over the past several years, the city has added many retail and office developments, including Park Place and Town Center.
Leawoof Off-Leash dog park is located at 106th and Lee Boulevard in Leawood, KS. Leawoof Off-Leash dog park is open to the public from sunrise to sunset and closed Thursday mornings from 6:00-10:00 a.m. for routine maintenance. The dog park is located at the east end of Leawood City Park and over the bridge crossing Indian Creek. This off-leash area has plenty of space for your furry friends to run, explore and socialize with other pups. If your pup is new to the dog park scene or nervous around other dogs there is a small section separate from the main dog park area for smaller dogs or puppies to get acclimated. The City of Leawood does a nice job of keeping this park clean and maintained but just in case your dog finds a mud puddle during your visit, there is a free dog wash station that you can use on the way out. Dog lovers...you have to check out this hidden gem in Leawood, your dog will thank you!