618 NE Bluestem Rd.
El Dorado, KS 67042
GPS: N37 50.037 W96 47.084
El Dorado State Park is located 3 miles east of El Dorado, Kansas on
Hwy 54 and 1 mile north. The park office can be reached at (316)
321-7180, Monday thru Friday, 8a to 4:30p.
El Dorado Reservoir was constructed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
and was completed in June of 1981. The lake consists of approximately
8000 surface acres of water, 4500 acres of park lands and 3500 acres of
wildlife area. Management of the reservoir resources has been granted
to the Ks. Dept. of Wildlife and Parks.
The park consists of four primary campgrounds which include the
following amenities: a full service marina; a sailing club;
approximately 1000 campsites, some with utilities some without; picnic
shelters; rental cabins; trails for horses, hiking and bicycles; swim
beaches; shower houses and restrooms; ADA playgrounds; boat ramps and a
Boulder Bluff Horse Trail
Trail Open: Open Year Round
Area Located: Boulder Bluff
GPS at Trailhead: N37 53.362 W96 48.555
GPS: N37 53.362 W96 48.555
Trail is a scenic stroll through the Flint Hills along the shoreline of
El Dorado Lake.
An equestrian campground is available in Boulder Bluff
For maps and more information visit the El Dorado State Park website