Cedar Bluff State Park News

Safety of our park guests are top priority here at Cedar Bluff State Park.  Due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus we are taking extra precautions.  Starting March 23rd, the Cedar Bluff Park Office will be closed to all visitors.  THE PARK AND CAMPGROUNDS WILL REMAIN OPEN. WATER IS TURNED ON TO DESPATCH AND HOONII CAMPGROUNDS AND NORTH SHOWER HOUSE IS OPEN.  Staff will be available by phone at 785-726-3212. We encourage you to call or use one of our many websites or apps to purchase your outdoor privileges or reservations.  

Camping Reservations and Annual Camping Permits: www.reserveamerica.com

Camping Reservations, Hunting/Fishing Licences, and Vehicle Permits: www.kshuntfishcamp.com

Hunting/Fishing E-Licences: Download the HuntFish KS App

Camping Reservations: Download the Campit KS App

Boating Registrations: Call the Cedar Bluff office at 785-726-3212.  You must be able to mail or email the needed paperwork to us.  We will then mail you your registration.  Please allow a week for this process.

Thank you for your continued support of Cedar Bluff!  

Many Kansas State Parks were experiencing flooding issues, here at Cedar Bluff State Park the added moisture just helped enhance the visitor's experience.  The biggest news we had this year was the closure of our historic bridge on Highway 147 over the dam.  This has caused a lot of frustrations for locals.  The bridge was completed in 1951 with the completion of the dam.  After many repairs over the years, the bridge had finally been deemed "beyond repair".  The decision was then made to close the bridge to all traffic to ensure everyone's safety.  KDOT now has a bid in place to replace the entire bridge.  It is estimated to be done by late August.  The new bridge will not have the beautiful arches we have grown to love over the last 70 years.  But the number one concern is the safety of the many travelers that utilize the bridge.  Cedar Bluff Office will continue to keep everyone updated on the progress.