Scott State Park

Scott State Park


Location:West of Highway 83, between Oakley and Scott City on KS 95.
Facilities:55 utility campsites, 100 non-utility sites, equestrian camping area, 3 modern shower buildings, vault toilets, multi-use trails, swimming beach and bathhouse, playground, shelters, concession facility, 100-acre fishing lake, 2 boat ramp lanes, 2 courtesy docks, canoe and paddle boat rentals, historical sites.
Activities:Camping, boating (fishing boats only), fishing, swimming, hiking, horseback riding, interpretive programs, hunting (on adjacent lands).
Special Features:Located in the western Kansas prairie, park is an oasis of natural springs, deep wooded canyons, and craggy bluffs. The park is also rich in history and includes the home of the original settlers in the area (Steele home), which has been preserved much as it was 100 years ago. Park is also the site of El Cuartelejo, the northernmost pueblo in the US.
Address:520 W Scott Lake Dr
Scott City, KS 67871

Phone:620-872-2061
Web: www.kdwp.state.ks.us/news/state_parks/locations/scott
Size: 1,120 acres.

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