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John Redmond Corps Parks John Redmond Reservoir has five recreation parks which provide camping and picnicking facilities. These facilities include camping units (table, cooker, lantern stand, and parking pad), potable water, and sanitation facilities. Also provided are group shelters, toilet facilities, swimming beaches, and boat launching ramps.

Damsite - Class A - (620) 364-8613
Riverside East - Class C - (620) 364-8613
Riverside West - Class A - (620) 364-8613
West Wingwall - ClassC - (620) 364-8613

Damsite: Designated Campsites, Electricity/Water, Restrooms, Showers, Trailer Dump Station, Swim Beach, Hiking Nature Trail, Equestrian Trail, Boat Ramp/Dock.
Park Open: April 1 - October 31
4 sites/no elec/no water, Fee $10.00 - 22 sites/elec/water, Fee $15.00

Riverside East: Designated Campsites, Electricity/Water, Restrooms, Trailer Dump Station, Hiking Nature Trail.
Park Open: April 1 - October 31
53 sites/elec/water, Fee $12.00

Riverside West: Designated Campsites, Electricity/water, Restrooms, Showers, Trailer Dump Station, Hiking Nature Trail, Playground, Boat Ramp.
Sites 13 through 26 now have 50 amp electrical service. The shower building in this park is ADA compliant. A newly completed fishing dock is located at the downstream end of the park next to campsite 37. Two fish feeders are placed near the fishing dock. A universal access concrete ramp provides access to the fishing dock. No mooring of boats will be permitted from the dock.

Park Opens: April 1 - October 31
16 sites/elec/no water, Fee $15.00; 21 sites/elec/water, Fee $15.00

West Wingwall - Designated Primitive Campsites, Restrooms, Drinking Water.
Park Open: April 1 - October 31
6 sites/no elec/no water, Fee $8.00










Admission: Park Permit Required
Address: 3 miles N and 1 mile W of Burlington, KS off Hwy 75
Phone: 620-364-8613
Fax: 620-364-8638

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John Redmond Fishing

Frequent flooding and resultant high reservoir levels makes fisheries management challenging. Flushing of fish through the dam gates does occur, and fish are numerous in the spillway below the dam. All anglers fishing in the spillway are required to wear personal floatation devices.

, KS Fishing

John Redmond Corps Parks

John Redmond Reservoir has five recreation parks which provide camping and picnicking facilities. These facilities include camping units (table, cooker, lantern stand, and parking pad)

, KS Camping

John Redmond Hiking and Horseback Riding

The Hickory Creek Trail is a multi-use trail for the hiker, horseback rider, and mountain biker. The trail length is currently 16 miles but with the placement of two bridges to cross the branches of Hickory Creek it is planned to lengthen the trail to over 30 miles.

, KS Equestrian Trails

Flint Hills National Wildlife Refuge

The Kansas Forestry Fish and Game Commission has a license to 1,472

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Kansas Walleye Association

http://kansaswalleye.org/ You are invited to the five scheduled tournaments at some of the finest lakes in Kansas.

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