• Milford State Park Map*click to enlarge
    3612 State Park Rd. Milford, KS 66514

    • Dogwood Trail
      • Length- .6 miles
      • Terrain – Grass and rock
      • Difficulty level – Easy
      • Usage - Hiking, Mountain Biking
    • Pipeline Trail
      • Length- .5 miles
      • Terrain – Rock, tree roots, and grass
      • Difficulty level – Moderate
      • Usage – Hiking and mountain biking
    • Viewing Tower Trail
      • Length- .15
      • Terrain - Grass
      • Difficulty level – Easy
      • Usage – Hiking and Mountain Biking
    • Crystal Trail
      • Length- 2.18 miles
      • Terrain - Rock, tree roots, and grass
      • Difficulty level – Moderate
      • Usage - Hiking, Horseback Riding, Mountain Biking
    • Eagle Ridge Trail
      • Length- 6.1 miles
      • Terrain – Rock, tree roots, and grass
      • Difficulty level – Moderate
      • Usage – Hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking
    • Radio Tower Trail
      • Length- 1.93 miles
      • Terrain – Rock, tree roots, and grass
      • Difficulty level – Moderate
      • Usage – Hiking, horseback riding, mountain 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.

    • Bald eagles
    • Ospreys
    • White-tailed deer
    • Quail
    • Turkeys
    • Bluebirds
    • Red-tailed hawks
    • Coyotes
    • Bobcats
    • Blue catfish
    • White Bass/Wipers
    • Crappie
    • Large & Smallmouth Bass
    • Walleye
  • Cabins 

    • Appaloosa Cabin
    • Red Cedar Cabin
    • Morgan Cabin
    • Mustang Cabin
    • Palomino Cabin
    • Pinto Cabin
    • Sumac Cabin
    • Crabapple Cabin


    • Fishing Docks
    • Boat Docks
  • Milford State Park Splash Park

    The Milford State Park splash park has 4 dumping water buckets, several interactive wildlife/plant spray features, multiple picnic areas, and a great view of Milford Lake.  Nearby boat ramp access, sandy beaches, and a playground make it a great stop for the whole family.

    Milford Hatchery

    This hatchery is one of only a few warm waters and intensive-culture facilities in the Midwest. Fish are raised in concrete raceways, and the Milford Hatchery also has six one-acre, plastic-lined ponds.

    Fort Riley

    Named for Major General Bennett C. Riley. Founded in 1853, the Post was originally established to protect settlers on the Oregon and Santa…

    Acorns Resort

    Acorns Resort at Farnum Creek, nestled on the shores of Milford Lake, Kansas, provides an affordable resort experience. Our accommodations…

    Hildebrand Farms Dairy

    You can feel good when you're purchasing a Hildebrand Farms Dairy product knowing you're supporting third and fourth generation dairy…

    Flint Hills Discovery Center

    Open since April 2012, the Flint Hills Discovery Center is a 35,000 square foot facility that immerses visitors within the wonder and beauty…

  • Milford State Park Photos

    About Kansas State Parks

    Kansas State Parks

    Tuttle Creek

    Tuttle Creek State Park is a story of two special places. One sits where both land and lake are expansive, with a campground on classic…

    Historic Lake Scott

    Just north of Scott City lays a stunning canyon nestled among the prairie and natural springs.

    Mushroom Rock

    Just south of Salina stands one of Kansas' many natural wonders - Mushroom Rocks.

    Kaw River

    On the Kansas River kayaks and canoes often float in solitude as they pass towering cottonwoods, nesting bald eagles, kingfishers, otters…


    Carson and Custer once explored the jagged prairies in what’s now Kanopolis State Park on horseback.

    Prairie Spirit Trail

    A century ago Kansans took the train from town to town, watching the countryside lazily pass as they road the rails.


    Where the Ozarks spill into Kansas, in the Great Depression the government gave jobs to hundreds of destitute men with the Civilian…

    Lehigh Portland State Park

    Visit the newest State Park in Kansas - Lehigh Portland Trails, a vast network of hiking and biking trails around Elk's Lake in Iola.


    Within Eisenhower State Park sits 1,000 acres of some of the last wild prairie in eastern Kansas. 

    Cross Timbers

    Southeast Kansas’ Cross Timbers region is a narrow, rugged, 50-mile finger of steeply timbered hillsides that rise to towering…


    Hillsdale State Park is only minutes away from the 2 million-plus people of the greater Kansas City area. It’s a place where…

    Little Jerusalem Badlands

    Welcome to the "Badlands of Kansas" - Little Jerusalem State Park in Western Kansas is truly a sight to see!

    Elk City

    Elk City State Park sits in a gorgeous valley with natural greatness on both sides. 


    It’s been called the “Serengeti of the Sky”, when hundreds of thousands of northward migrating snow geese arrive at…


    Terms like “world-class” and “one of the nation’s best” are usually unwarranted. Both are accurate for Wilson…


    The park’s 1,900 acres are laced with good trails and dotted with shaded cabins and campsites. In the reservoir you can sample some of…

    Cedar Bluff

    A few minutes south of the hustle and hassle of I-70 in western Kansas, life goes relaxingly slow at Cedar Bluff State Park. 

    Flint Hills Trail State Park

    It’s the kind of place where you can travel many miles in near silence as your hiking boots or bike tires move over a surface velvety…

    El Dorado

    El Dorado State Park’s 4,000 acres makes it Kansas’ largest. Yet you can be as secluded or social as you like amid landscapes…


    Clinton State Park is a 1,400 acre island of unspoiled nature amid the suburban sprawl of northeast Kansas.


    Perry State Park sits well within Kansas, but with long ridges of hickory and assorted oaks it wouldn’t look out of place in the…


    Far from any sizable cities, many might consider Webster State Park “in the middle of nowhere.” Those who know the park will…

    Fall River

    Life’s easy at Fall River State Park, where crowds are few but recreational possibilities are many.

    Prairie Dog

    On the high plains of northwest Kansas, Prairie Dog State Park is a rare and welcome place to play in the water and shade.

    Sand Hills

    Rather than water, it’s the work of the wind that draws people to Sand Hills State Park.


    “Oasis” may be the best way to describe this 400-acre paradise shaded by tall cottonwoods, with an 80-acre lake of cool…


    For decades visitors have come to Pomona State Park by automobile. Now, they’re also coming by horseback and bicycle.

    Glen Elder

    Long before civilization, native people came to be healed within the sacred waters of Waconda Springs. The springs are now deep within Glen…