Glen Elder State Park

Glen Elder State Park


Location:12 miles west of Beloit in Mitchell County, on the shores of Waconda Lake.
Facilities:121 campsites with electrical hookups (most with water), 240 non-utility sites, modern restroom and shower buildings, full-service marina (Apr-Oct), 6 boat ramp lanes, 2 courtesy docks (é), boat rental, fish cleaning station (é), group shelter, sports field, volleyball courts, swimming beach, nature trails (under development), historic site.
Activities:Camping, boating, fishing, swimming, hiking, bicycling, baseball, softball, volleyball, interpretive programs.
Special Features:Park's 12,500-acre Waconda Lake is one of the largest in the state and offers numerous recreational opportunities. In addition, Waconda Heritage Village, an area depicting pioneer heritage and Native American lore, is being developed on park property. Historic Hopewell Church has been reconstructed on the site, providing historical displays and a room that can be reserved for group events.
Address:2131 180 Rd
Glen Elder, KS 67446

Phone:785-545-3345
Web: www.kdwp.state.ks.us/news/state_parks/locations/glen_elder
Size: 1,391 acres.

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