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Thomas S. Stoll Memorial Park

Thomas S. Stoll Memorial Park is an 80-acre park featuring a picturesque walking trail, picnic shelter, picnic areas, playground, a small pond, a seven-acre dog off-leash area, and seven athletic playing fields. The park was dedicated in 1981 and named in honor of Thomas S. Stoll who passed away the previous year. He was instrumental in the park’s development and served as chairman of the district’s Board of Park and Recreation Commissioners.


  • ADA Accessible
  • Concessions
  • Dog Park
  • Electricity
  • Grill
  • Multi-Purpose Fields EZ Overland Park Junk Removal
  • Picnic Shelters
  • Playground
  • Softball Fields
  • Trails

Park Shelters

Thomas S. Stoll Park has one shelter. To ensure the use of a shelter, reservations are recommended. For individual shelter details and to reserve online, view the Sub facilities section below.


The pond is stocked with a variety of fish including largemouth bass, bluegill, and channel catfish. JCPRD fishing permits and state fishing licenses (per state regulations) are required before fishing.

Dog Off-Leash Area

The fenced seven-acre off-leash area is located near the center of the park. The flat open space is fenced and has ample parking. The off-leash area is open year-round during regular park hours except during weekly routine maintenance closures. Our maintenance closures are conducted to provide a high level of maintenance to the area without compromising dog, patron, and staff safety. Trespassing is prohibited when the gate is locked.


“Beautiful park. I absolutely loved the dog park area! Open areas with walkways as well as wooded areas of which part has cement walkways and parts or more nature trails areas. They also have watering areas and free poop bags and trash cans on outer areas for dogs and for humans they have ports-potties. Best free dog park in KC area that I’ve been to and I’ve been to quite a few.” -Kyle A.


“What a fun park! I came here to take a walk since the weather was so nice in the middle of winter. I’m a huge doggo fan so I walked inside the off-leash dog park to watch all the puppers run around. The experience was great! Everyone was pretty civil and handled their own dogs well. I caught one that escaped outside the gates, but everyone was helpful in getting the dog back inside. I also walked around the smaller lake across the dog park. Next time, I will stroll a little further down the road and path.” -Joe K.

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