Boaters, fisherman, and water enthusiasts will find the areas serviced by a full service marina. Showers, a trailer dump station, restrooms, boat ramps, picnic sites, a beach and bathhouse, and reservable single family or large group shelters are all available.
Also located in the park are five Federal campgrounds with a total of 123 electric and water hook-ups. Thirty-one of these sites also include sewer hook-ups. One hundred two improved primitive campsites are also available throughout the park.
|Cedar Point Campground||42 Electric & Water|
9 improved primitive
|Woodland Hills Campground||30 Electric & Water|
66 improved primitive
|Hickory Hollow Campground||31 Full Hookups|
|Walnut Grove Campground||27 improved primitive|
|Prairie View Campground||20 Electric & Water|
Firewood is available and on sale by Milford Friends Group members. Shower buildings are available at Woodland Hills and Walnut Grove Campgrounds. Don't forget to visit the Milford Nature Center and Fish Hatchery which are located below the dam.
Fees: Park Permits Required
Location: 5 miles north of Junction City on Hwy K-57
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