5441 Westlake Rd.
Ozawkie, KS 66070
GPS: N39 08.659 W95 29.372
Park Office – (785) 246-3449 Regional Office – (785) 271-7346
Perry State Park was made possible by the signing of a lease agreement
in 1968 between the Kansas Parks and Resources and the U.S. Army Corps
Perry State Park is located in the southwest portion of
, four miles north of highway 24 on Highway 237. The park features a
sand beach, five shower buildings, two boat ramps, picnic areas, and
trails for horseback riding, mountain biking, and hiking. There are
four campgrounds, totaling 102 sites with electricity and water
hookups, and seven primitive campgrounds with over 200 sites. Perry
State Park offers 22 miles of biking and hiking trails in the Delaware
Area, and 25 miles of equestrian trails in the Jefferson Point Area.
Area Located: Jefferson Point
GPS at Trailhead: N 39° 09.036' W 095° 29.718'
GPS: N 39° 09.036' W 095° 29.718'
Type of trail:
- Horse Riding
The equestrian trails wind through upland forest habitat allowing many
opportunities for viewing wildlife and colorful vegitation. The trails
start and end in Perry State Park but some of the trail traverses
across the COE Rock Creek public use area.
For maps, camping and more information visit Perry State Park website