2016 Licenses and Permits: 2016 licenses and permits may be purchased at the park office or by phone at 620 872-2061, online at www.kdwpt.ksoutdoors.com or at any license vendor. Vendor information is available at Locations to Buy License/Permits. Great gift ideas!
Licenses and permits may be purchased in Scott County at the following vendors: Lake Scott State Park, Scott County Clerk, The Beach House, Scott County Hardware, ShopKo and Presto's.
Lake Scott's office is located at the entrance of the Park. Weekday office hours are 8:00 am - 12:00 pm and 1:00 - 4:00 pm. Office hours may vary during the off-season due to training and taking leave time.
The office will be closed Tuesday, February 2, 2016 to attend training.
Cabin and camping reservations may be made at: http://www.reserveamerica.com or www.kdwpt.ksoutdoors.com Camping reservations are not available throughout the off-season Oct. 1, 2015 - March 31, 2016.
Cabin Rental Fees: $75.00 per night and / or $490.00 per week and a $14.00 reservation fee.
Scott County was recently featured on the Smokey Hills Public Broadcasting Station, which featured Lake Scott State Park. You may view the program at: http://www.shptv.org/index.php/component/content/article/535
October 1, 2015 began our Off-Season: Daily camping fee is $7.00 per night; water/electric sites are an additional $11.00, water/electric/sewer sites are an additional $12.00. Circle Drive utility sites available: 1 - 15 water and electric, sites 38 - 42 water, electric and sewer. Lakeview has 15 electric and water utility sites available. Lakeview utility sites do not offer 110 amp service. Reservations may be made at: http://www.reserveamerica.com or www.kdwpt.ksoutdoors.com
All shower buildings have been closed for the winter. Timber Canyon and Lakeside vault toilets have also been closed. Vault toilets are available throughout the park.
Trout season began November 1, 2015. Trout were stocked in the Barrel Springs pond ONLY. All anglers 16 and older are required to have a trout permit with a creel limit of five per day. Anglers 15 and under may fish without a permit with a limit of two trout per day or may purchase a permit and take five per day. Possession limit is three times the daily creel limit. In addition, all resident anglers 16 - 74 and non-residents 16 and older must have a valid fishing license.
Navajo and Taos cabins: Each cabin rents for $75.00 per night and a $14.00 reservation fee. Weekends require the reservation for two nights and holiday weekends require three nights. The door entry code is the last four digits of the phone number used / listed on the reservation. Each cabin sleeps six and provide a full size bed, futon that lays down to a full size bed, a couch and a twin size murphy bed. Bedding / pillows are not provided. Both cabins have air conditioning / heating, restroom with a shower, refrigerator, stove and oven, microwave, pots, pans, dishes and silverware. The deck and patio provide a table and chairs, charcoal grill and campfire ring. Bedding and shower items are not provided. Please bring charcoal if you plan to use the grill. Pets are not allowed inside the cabins. Cabins are expected to be cleaned and trash removed prior to leaving. There will be a $50.00 charge if the cabin is not properly cleaned.
RVs and campers are not allowed at the cabin sites. One tent is allowed for household minor dependants only. A tent pad is provided on the north side of the cabins. Please do not place a tent, volleyball net, horseshoe stakes, etc. in the grass as it may damage the sprinkler system. Two vehicles are allowed per cabin location. Additional vehicles may park in the parking area by the Shelter House. Please do not park on the grass! No pets are allowed in the cabins and must be in a kennel or on a leash outside at all locations in the park including the cabins. Cabin pictures may be viewed in the photo gallery.
Circle Drive and Lakeview utility campgrounds allow one (1) camping unit or tent per campsite. One additional tent is allowed for minor dependent children at no extra cost. The tent must be accompanied with a Special Permit approved by the office, camp host or park ranger. Vehicle and camping permits may be purchased at the park office or a self pay station located at the park entrances or in the Circle Drive camp ground. Thank you!
REMINDER: Please pick up and properly dispose of your trash. Dumpsters are provided at several locations throughout the park. Thank you!
Pets are not allowed inside the office, cabins or restrooms! Thank you!
Due to the pine tree disease recently discovered in Western Kansas firewood is not allowed to be brought into the Park with the exception of treated wood or construction scrap wood. Firewood is available at the Beach House and office provided by the Friend's Group for $5.00 per bundle. Firewood brought into the park may be confiscated and immediately burned. Thank you!
Lake Scott State Park is open year around. Fees may be paid at the park office or a self pay station. Self Pay stations are located at the office, east park entrance and the Circle Drive Campground.
We are participants of the Kansas Green Team Recycling Program. Aluminum cans may be dropped in the plastic container at the Circle Drive (utility) camp ground. Thank you for recycling!
Lake water level is 2 inches below weir wall.
Park Fees, Permits, &amp; Licenses:
Changes: Seniors age 65 -74 will be required to have a Fishing / Hunting license. Senior Resident licenses are offered at a discounted price: Senior Annual Fishing or Hunting license: $11.50, Annual Hunt / Fish Combo: $20.50 or a Lifetime Hunt /Fish Combo license can be purchased for $42.50. Senior Annual Vehicle permits: $13.75. Great gift ideas!
Permits and/or fishing and hunting licenses, and boat registrations and renewals are available at the park office Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Office hours may vary throughout the week due to lack of staff and/or staff training. Please call before your visit to make sure someone will be available to help you, or if you need assistance with your license: (620) 872-2061.
Self-pay stations are available when the park office is closed. The online system is available as well at: www.kdwpt.ksoutdoors.com for license purchases from your home. Cabin and camping reservations may be made at: http://www.reserveamerica.com or www.kdwpt.ksoutdoors.com
· If you are purchasing a license for the FIRST TIME, please remember to bring your social security number and driver’s license. If you've already purchased a license, please bring your KDWPT number or social security number and driver’s license.
· Office Hours Monday-Friday 8:00-4:00. (Closed weekends.) Below are the current prices for the 2015 - 2016 Off-Season:
|Permits Available||Oct. 1 - Mar. 31|
|Daily Vehicle Permits||$ 5.00|
|Senior Daily Vehicle Permits (Must be KS Resident 65 yrs or Older)||$ 3.25|
|Disabled Daily Vehicle Permits (Must be KS Resident)||$ 3.25|
|Annual Camping Permit||$152.50|
|14 Day Camping Permit||$ 87.50|
|Daily Camping Permit||$ 7.00|
|Two Utilities (Electricity & Water)||$ 11.00|
|Three Utilities (Electric, Water & Sewer)||$ 12.00|
|Camping Transaction fee||$ 3.00|
|Annual Vehicle Permits:|
|"Passport" Annual Vehicle Permits at time of Vehicle Registration||$ 15.00|
|Annual Vehicle Permits||$ 25.00|
|Senior Annual Vehicle Permits (Must be KS Resident 65 yrs or Older)||$ 13.75|
|Disabled Annual Vehicle Permits (Must be KS Resident)||$ 13.75|
· Verizon has erected a cell phone tower at the northeast side of the park. Cell phone service is now available at most park locations.
· Lake Scott State Park is a State Fishing Lake . Please pay attention to state statutes and regulations regarding required licenses and permits, boating, swimming, and fishing at our lake.
For questions or more info, please contact us at (620) 872-2061 or ScottSP@ksoutdoors.com.