Kansas’ largest, Milford Reservoir has enough shoreline to reach from Kansas City to Salina. The waters within that 161 miles of land offer opportunities as large as the lake.
Power craft can speed for miles while kayaks float in quiet bays and creeks. Fish range from high-leaping smallmouth bass to boat-towing blue catfish, possibly up to 100 pounds, in the depths.
Milford State Park is ideally located to best enjoy what the lake and surrounding lands have to offer. There are miles of multi-use trails, and accommodations from cabins to hundreds of camping sites. Looking across the water from many of those sites is a chance to possibly see one of Kansas’ finest sunsets.