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El Dorado Lake Cabins

El Dorado State Park is providing log cabins as an alternative camping opportunity. The cabins are availbale to all visitors year-round. They are especially beneficial for individuals who enjoy the facilities provided by the park but would rather not "rough it."

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Council Grove Camping

Campers are accommodated with developed facilities in nine separate parks surrounding the lake, which include Canning Creek Cove, Custer Park, Kansa View, Kit Carson Cove, Marina Cove, Neosho Park, Outlet Channel, Richey Cove, and Santa Fe Trail. There are 172 campsites total, 142

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Marion Reservoir Camping

Camping and picnicking opportunities are numerous with over 160

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Tuttle Creek Campgrounds

Seven campgrounds are conveniently located around Tuttle Creek Lake. The Corps manages two of these campgrounds in Stockdale and Tuttle Creek Cove Parks. The Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks manages each of the four state park campgrounds.

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Tuttle Creek Hunting

The Department of Wildlife and Parks managed more than 12,000 acres in the upper reaches of the project. Burned-off wheat stubble and sunflower fields attract doves in early fall. Deer and turkey hunting is good in the woody draws and river bottoms. Fox squirrels , KS Hunting


Fall River Trails

Two new trails have recently opened in the park. Casner Creek has some beautiful fall wildflowers and is a great trail for the wildflower enthusiast!

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Marion Reservoir Fishing

During the past few years the conditions for fishing have been excellent here because of unique conditions that occurred several years back. In the late 80s and early 90

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Tuttle Creek Fishing

Populations of many game fish species have been enhanced by a stocking program conducted by the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks. Excellent channel and flathead catfish

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El Dorado Lake Camping

A variety of campsites are available in El Dorado State Park. Nearly 1,100 campsites in four campgrounds offer visitors utility hookups or primitive sites. Primitive camping is restricted to designated sites; please take your trash with you. The Walnut River Campground

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Milford Wetlands Restoration Project

The Milford Wetlands Restoration Project provided for an estimated 2,300

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Council Grove Fishing

The lake has a combination of steep rocky shoreline and shallow mudflats. Two good fishing streams, Munkers Creek on the east and the Neosho River on the west, feed the lake.

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