State Park Alerts

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For more information click, Cedar Bluff State Park


Cheney State Park is dealing with flooding as we approach Memorial Weekend. Unfortunately, all reservable sites that are accessable are reserved for the holiday weekend. As of today, 05/14/2019, all boat ramps are underwater and should be considered closed. Please use caution at your own risk. We will keep you updated on water levels as we get closer to the weekend.

There are several State Parks across the State that are not dealing with the flooding we are. Most parks in the Western half of the State are 100% accessible and ready for a great weekend. Please contact them to check availability. 

For more information click, Cheney State Park


Due to high water, all of Clinton State Parks boat ramps, the beach, the Red Trail and Blue trail are closed. Boat ramp 1 is considered use at your own risk. 5/16/2019

For more information click, Clinton State Park


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For more information click, Crawford State Park


5-15-19   The parks is experiencing spring flooding, however, all of Toronto Point, Mann's Cove and Blackjack Campgrounds will remain open. Please call the park office for latest information 620-637-2213. 

For more information click, Cross Timbers State Park


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For more information click, Eisenhower State Park


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For more information click, El Dorado State Park


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For more information click, Elk City State Park


5-15-19  The park is experiencing spring flooding, Fredonia Bay Campground is open as is the mushroom campsites in Quarry Bay and Gobbler's Knob.  Please call the office 620-637-2213 or camp host 620-658-4415 for latest information on site availability.  We do not anticipate Casner Creek Campground, Wind Hill, or South Rock Ridge Campgrounds to be open for the Memorial Holiday weekend. 

For more information click, Fall River State Park


The Glen Elder Reservoir/Waconda Lake is 2.5' above conservation pool. 

ALL utility site are open in the Glen Elder State Park.  The Sioux primitive campground has water near the road.  

For more information click, Glen Elder State Park


No alerts at this time.

For more information click, Green Recreational Trail State Park


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For more information click, Hillsdale State Park


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For more information click, Historic Lake Scott State Park


05/21/19 

 Due to high water levels the Sandyshore & Sandplum primitive campgrounds are closed. Langley Point Beach is closed and Buzzard Bay boat ramp will be closed soon. We just closed all access to our horse & hiking trails in the horsetheif canyon/wildlife area. These closures more than likely will be through Memorial Day weekend.At this time all utility sites are not affected along with other primitive campgrounds, Split Boulder trail, wildlife viewing trail, and our trail around the kids fishing pond. We will also have Langley Point Boat Ramp open "at your own risk", please use caution when launching your boat, and while boating. 

For more information click, Kanopolis State Park


No alerts at this time.

For more information click, Kaw River State Park


 Lovewell Reservoir is currently at conservation pool.

 Please see PARK NEWS link for upcoming events and park facilities available.

For more information click, Lovewell State Park


2019 special events:

Some Kansas State Parks have been impacted by flooding, on 5/13/19 all facilities at Meade State Park remain open for the foreseeable future.    

For more information click, Meade State Park


As of May 20, 2019, there is very limited availability for utility campsites for Memorial weekend. 

Overnight generator use will be allowed in Woodland Hills Primitive and Cedar Point Primitive campgrounds ONLY.

Flooding CLOSURES:

Honey Locust Cabin

Campgrounds: Cedar Point sites 7-40, all of Prairie View, Walnut Grove sites 12-13, 16-25 & 28-29, Woodland Hills sites 65-66, 68-72 & 74-88.

Day Use Shelters #8, #9 & #10. 

South Boat Ramp, South Boat Ramp fish cleaning station, and Sprung Hunt.

Fishing cleaning station at Marina boat ramp.

Pump-A-Head Station at Yacht Club.

All beaches.

For more information click, Milford State Park


No alerts at this time.

For more information click, Mushroom Rock State Park


UPDATE: 5/21/19

Lake View Shower house and the Cabins are closed until further notice, the Wild Horse Campground and the area North of the Office is without POWER.  The water level has risen to a point that transformers and electrical boxes have been compromised.

Wild Horse includes the bath/shower house. The campground is still open and we will allow generators to be run. The water is still on.

Cottonwood Bridge is closed.

Perry like many other State Parks are dealing with flooding.  We have NO utility sites left for Memorial Weekend and the primitive areas are going to be few; those will be first come first serve.

The boat ramps at Perry State Park are underwater and are not available for use. 

DO NOT DRIVE AROUND THE BARRICADES this is for the publics safety and to protect the parks infrastructure.  It is a violation of a posted noticed to drive around barricades and if you do will be cited for this violation.

The road to the Lake View Campground is closed. YOU CAN STILL ACCESS LAKE VIEW AND THE CABINS by going up and around - just follow the road to the first turn past Cougar Pass--access to the Cabins and Lake View is from the south.   The Shower/Bathhouse in Eagle Landing, Lake View and Wild Horse are now open for use.  Both Dump Stations have water available.                                                                                           

All of Catfish Alley, Mulberry Grove, Hobie Cove, Pelican Point and Hideaway are closed. We are sorry to say that until the water level goes back down to a near normal level those campgrounds will remain closed until further notice.

The Beach is closed.  The Turkey run shower house is closed.  You may use Lake View or Eagle Landing shower houses.

DUE to KDHE Lagoon Inspections the Fish cleaning station is still closed.  We can no longer dump the fish bones etc. into the Lagoon.  Accumulation of the bones, skins and other parts over the years have made the lagoon inoperable. We are waiting for permission to move the station and have the bones etc. discharge out into the lake.  Unfortunately this takes time and we apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Please use caution and wear brightly colored clothing (preferably ORANGE) when using all trials. Horse trails and bike trails cross over into CORP of Engineers Land and there is walk in hunting on many parts of their property.

Youth Special Hunts- Turkey April 1- May 15 2019. Areas BEHIND THE OFFICE and across the road (237 Highway) to the south.

Remember to Lock your vehicles when they are unattended at the Trails Parking Lots

Perry State Park Office Hours
Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. (NO BOAT Registrations after 3:30 pm or on Weekends sorry for the inconvenience)
BOAT REGISTRATIONS MONDAY-FRIDAY ONLY

For more information click, Perry State Park


No alerts at this time.

For more information click, Pomona State Park


Keith Sebelius Reservoir has no road closures and no flooding.

The lake level is up from Fall of 2018, but still low.

For more Prairie Dog State Park news, click on the "NEWS" icon that is above this Alert box!

For more information click, Prairie Dog State Park


No alerts at this time.

For more information click, Prairie Spirit Trail State Park


Sand Hills State Park is a year-round campground for the campsites.  Sites are already filling up for State Fair time in September so make your reservations now at ksoutdoors.com or call 316-542-3664 and we can help you.

For more information click, Sand Hills State Park


5/13/19

The lake is nearly 50 feet above conservation pool.  All main lake boat ramps are closed including the Cedar Ridge Area.  Utility campsites at Fancy Creek have been closed until further notice at this point.  Rocky Ford campground, River Pond Area and all cabins are open. 

Tuttle Creek State Park To Remain Open Amid Dam Improvements

Three major construction projects, led by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Kansas City District, are in-the-works near Tuttle Creek Dam. Construction is underway, and while traffic and entrance into Tuttle Creek State Park will be rerouted, the park will remain open to the public throughout construction.

Highway K-13, between its intersections with River Pond Road and Dyer Road/Spillway Marina Road, was closed beginning February 21, 2018 and continues to be closed as of May 2019. Detour plans for K-13 will route motorists to Highways K-16, U.S. 77 and U.S. 24. 

The spillway bridge project will temporarily eliminate right turns on the dam for park visitors coming out of River Pond Area’s east exit (past the park office), however, motorists will be able to turn left and go across the dam.

The stilling basin rehabilitation project (tubes) below the dam started the week of March 19, 2018 and is estimated to last 18 to 24 months. The work will result in the closure of a portion of River Pond Road. During the overlap of this project with the spillway bridge deck replacement, the River Pond Area of Tuttle Creek State Park public access will only be available via eastbound K-13 across the dam.

For more information, contact Tuttle Creek State Park at (785) 539-7941 or visit the park Facebook page at www.facebook.com/TuttleCreekStatePark.

For more information click, Tuttle Creek State Park


  Campfires are allowed in campfire rings only.

For more information click, Webster State Park


Designated swim beaches are under water. Boat ramps are accessible but courtesy docks are unusable with the higher lake level.

**********NO CLIFF JUMPING!!!!**********   

Campfires Permitted. Do not leave fires unattended. Please make sure that fires are out before going to sleep for the night or leaving the campground. Also, be cautious with wind conditions. Thank You.

For more information click, Wilson State Park