Lovewell Lake, KS

Lovewell Lake Day Use Areas

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You'll discover plenty of variety in the day-use areas. Start your park exploration with the full-service area office and interpretive center at the park's entrance, next step out onto the wildlife habitat overlook, then explore the park on your own. A historic limestone schoolhouse hosts summer chu... continue

Lovewell Lake Camping

Lovewell Campgrounds
Lovewell is popular with campers. The area offers excellent shade and provides 117 electric hookup sites, improved primitive sites and primitive camping area, each area open year round. Designated electrical sites may be reserved, and Bluebird Primitive campground is reservable for camping groups. T... continue

Lovewell Lake Cabins

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Six, reservable camping cabins with rustic appeal are available, each will accommodate eight persons and have divided bedrooms and living quarters.... continue

Lovewell Lake Boating

Lovewell Marina and Ramps
You'll find a full-service marina with double-lane boat ramp and daily or season boat slip rental. A lighted fish cleaning station (with outlets for your electric filet knives), lies west of the marina and limestone school house. ... continue

Lovewell Lake Fishing Reports

Lovewell Lake Fishing Report
WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT ACCURATE FISHING REPORTS: This is just to remind you that fishing reports are given with the best intentions to help you catch fish. And do remember fishing reports given a few hours ago can change due to a whole list of circumstances. But ---- they are sti... continue

Lovewell Lake Organizations

Kansas Walleye Association You are invited to the five scheduled tournaments at some of the finest lakes in Kansas. The KWA welcomes anglers of all ages. It is tournament fishing for fun. Many of our teams consist of men and women, parent and child, grandparent and grand... continue

About Lovewell Lake

Lovewell Lake, Kansas
Lovewell Lake, just four miles east and 10 miles north of Mankato in Kansas and only eight miles south of Superior in Nebraska provides a wide variety of recreational opportunities, with a surface area of 2,980 acres and 43 miles of shoreline.

Nestled in a deep valley, the lake is protected from high summer winds by steep tree-covered hills on the south.

Lovewell State Park is on the lake's north shore providing a full-service office with interpretive center. A marina, boat ramp, designated swimming area, camper hookups and picnic areas are available. Six native log cabins have recently been built that will accommodate up to 8 persons.