• Cedar Bluff State Park Map

    Cedar Bluff State Park Map

    32001 147 Hwy Ellis, KS 67637

    • Butterfield Hiking Trail
      • Length – 1.75 miles
      • Terrain – Mowed Natural Trail
      • Difficulty Level – Easy
      • Usage – Hiking and biking
    • Agave Ridge Nature Trail
      • Length - .8 miles
      • Terrain - Paved
      • Difficulty level - Easy
      • Usage – Hiking and biking
      • ADA accessible
    • Agave Ridge Hiking Trail
      • Length – 4 miles
      • Terrain – Mowed Natural Trail
      • Difficulty level - Moderate
      • Usage – Hiking and biking
  • Modern Cabins
    Primitive Cabins
    Primitive Campsites
    Electric and Water Hookups
    Full Hookups

    Exploring one of the 28 Kansas State Parks provides visitors an opportunity to see the natural beauty of this amazing state. The state parks system includes a rail trail, historic structures and events.

    • Mule deer
    • White-tailed deer
    • Turkey
    • Bobcats
    • Geese
    • Ducks
    • Pheasants
    • Quail
    • Songbirds
    • Coyotes
    • Bald eagles 
    • Crappie
    • Walleye
    • White bass
    • Wiper
    • Largemouth bass

    Anglers age 16 through 74, who have been bona fide residents of the state for 60 days immediately prior to buying a license, must have a resident license in possession while fishing in Kansas. All nonresidents 16 and older must have a valid nonresident license to fish in Kansas…

  • Trails

    • Agave Ridge Nature Trail is paved and less than 1 mile


    Reserve Campsites at CampItKS
    • Broken Spur #11. Water & Electric 50/30 AMP

    • Arapaho #61.  Water & Electric 50/30 AMP

    • Butterfield #115.  Water & Electric 50/30 AMP

    • Wagon Rut #168. Water & Electric 30 AMP

    • Wagon Rut #177.  Water & Electric 30 AMP

    • Overland #208. Water & Electric 50/30 AMP

    • Overland #223. Water & Electric 50/30 AMP

    • Hoonii #301.  Water/Sewer/ Electric 50/30 AMP

    • Pronghorn #413. Water & Electric 50/30 AMP

    • Prickly Pear #464. Water & Electric 30 AMP


    Reserve Cabins at CampItKS
    • Flyway Cabin


    • Despatch Shelter #9


    • Butterfield Bathhouse

    • Overland Bathhouse

    • North Bathhouse

    • Pronghorn Bathhouse

    • Prickly Pear Bathhouse

    Boat Ramps

    • Cove 1

  • Monument Rocks National Landmark

    Kansas' first National Natural Monument is one of the 8 Wonders of Kansas. The Niobrara chalk formation, rich in fossils, some reaching up…

    Threshing Machine Canyon

    One of the best-kept secrets in the state, Threshing Machine Canyon, lies near the park. Located along the old Butterfield Overland Despatch…

    WaKeeney Main Street Nature Trail

    Completed in 2009, the Main Street Nature Trail surrounds the railroad tracks on Main Street in downtown WaKeeney. It enhances the entry…

    WaKeeney Water Park

    Much to the delight of area children, the new WaKeeney Water Park was completed in June 2007. The Water Park was constructed on the site of…

  • Photos

    About Kansas State Parks

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