It is an 850-acre state park and open-access leisure area in Trego County that borders Cedar Bluff Reservoir.
There are numerous activities available at this 1,500-acre state park and public leisure area, and the reservoir's beautiful waters make for excellent fishing.
There are several recreational opportunities at this 500-acre state park, which also has a 150-acre lake.
It spans 4,000 acres along the eastern and western banks of El Dorado Reservoir, making it the biggest state park in Kansas.
It serves as a haven for wildlife and an important resting spot for ducks that are migrating.
It provides a tranquil rural setting where visitors may unwind and engage in a variety of activities, such as swimming, boating, fishing, picnics, hiking, and bird viewing.
It is a national wildlife refuge and sanctuary that is home to a wide variety of birds and wildlife and is situated along the North Fork of the Solomon River in Kansas.