Anglers take note! Cedar Bluff Reservoir has become one of the hottest fishing spots in the country. Located just southeast of WaKeeney, Cedar Bluff Reservoir and State Park offers spectacular scenery, a paradise for water sports enthusiast and some of the finest upland game bird and water fowl hunting during the fall and winter months. Deer hunting with both archery and firearm equipment is also a sport of major importance.
The 6,000-acre lake and almost 9,000 acres of adjacent wildlife area make Cedar Bluff State Park an excellent base camp for hunters, fishermen, and year-round explorers. High limestone bluffs provide spectacular scenery and a stunning rustic setting for all of the outdoor activities.
Cedar Bluff State Park straddles the reservoir providing approximately 1,000 acres of park. Camping (including cabins), boating, fishing, wildlife watching, and a variety of outdoor sports are available in the park. Over 120 utility sites are provided and large areas are set aside for non-designated primitive camping. The Park suits nearly every taste and includes two handicapped-accessible primitive cabins.
Fees: Park Permit Required
Location: 7 miles east of WaKeeney and 13 miles south of Interstate 70 at exit #135