• El Dorado State Park Map*click to enlarge
    618 NE Bluestem Rd. El Dorado, KS 67042

    • Cross Country Course
      • Length - 1 mile
      • Usage – Hiking
      • A meandering trail in the Flint Hills, used for cross country and walk/run competitions.
    • Tallgrass Prairie Trail
      • Length - .5 miles
      • Terrain - Paved
      • Difficulty level – Easy
      • Usage – Hiking
      • ADA ACCESSIBLE
      • A scenic trail displaying the wildflowers of the Flint Hills.
    • Walnut Ridge Trail
      • Length - .57 miles
      • Terrain - Natural
      • Difficulty level – Easy
      • Usage – Hiking, Biking
      • A scenic trail accessed from the campground that follows the Walnut River
    • Teter Nature Trail
      • Length - .82 miles
      • Terrain - Natural
      • Difficulty level – Moderate
      • Usage – Hiking
      • A diverse nature trail winding through the Flint Hills down into a bottomland hardwood forest and a small stand of Paw Paw trees.
    • Walnut River Trail
      • Length - 2.5 miles
      • Terrain - Semi hardened
      • Difficulty level – Moderate
      • Usage – Hiking, Mountain Biking
    • Boulder Bluff Horse Trail
      • Length - 15.55 miles
      • Terrain - Natural
      • Difficulty level – Moderate
      • Attributes: Camping, Correls/Pens
      • Usage – Biking, Hiking, Horseback Riding
      • The trail is a scenic stroll through the Flint Hills along the shoreline of El Dorado Lake. An equestrian campground is available in Boulder Bluff Area 1.
    • Double Black Diamond Trail
      • Length - 2 miles
      • Terrain - Natural
      • Difficulty level – Difficult
      • Usage – Walking; Mountain Biking
      • A challenging bike trail through the timber of the Walnut River
    • 1001 Turkey Creek Dr
    • (620) 245-2565

    Nestled in the Turkey Creek housing subdivision, Tall Grass Park offers a neighborhood park featuring toddler-age playgrounds, a gazebo and a 1/10 mile walking track. Local families and their visitors benefit from the secure area surrounded by beautiful flowers and tall grasses.

  • Modern Cabins
    10
    Primitive Cabins
    0
    Primitive Campsites
    589
    Electric and Water Hookups
    307
    Full Hookups
    165

    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.

    • Pileated woodpeckers
    • Scissor-tailed flycatcher
    • Barred owls
    • White-tailed deer
    • Turkeys
    • Western kingbirds
    • Great-crested flycatchers
    • Quail
    • Crappie
    • Smallmouth bass
    • White bass
    • Wipers
    • Blue catfish
    • Channel catfish
  • Trails

    • Tallgrass Prairie Trail
      • Length - .5 miles
      • Terrain - Paved
      • Difficulty level – Easy

    Facilities

    • ADA Archery Range
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    About Kansas State Parks

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