Cedar Bluff State Park


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Cedar Bluff State Park


Location:Trego County, 13 miles south of I-70, exit 135, on Highway 147.
Facilities:121 utility campsites (10 sites with full hookups, 91 with electric and water hookups, 20 with electric only), 300 non-utility sites, group campground with 12 utility sites, 2 primitive and 3 modern rental cabins, 5 showerhouses, 4 shelterhouses (2 reservable), 3 vault toilets, picnic areas, BMX track, basketball court, horseshoe pit, 2 fishing docks, 2 fish cleaning stations, 5 boat ramps, 5 courtesy docks, swimming beach.
Activities:Camping, fishing, boating, windsurfing, water-skiing, jet skiing, swimming, basketball, hunting (é).
Special Features:Park consists of two distinct areas, Bluffton (350 acres) and Page Creek (500 acres). Located on the north side of the 6,000-acre Cedar Bluff Reservoir, Bluffton is the most developed of the two areas. The Page Creek Area is located on the south side of the reservoir.
Address:Rt 2, Box 76A
Ellis, KS 67637

Phone:785-726-3212
Web: www.kdwp.state.ks.us/news/state_parks/locations/cedar_bluff
Size: 900 acres.

See other parks in Kansas.