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    There is a 5.2 mile roundtrip hiking and bicycling tralil was opened to the public in the spring of 1999 on the reservoir\'s south side. To the east of the trailhead the path leads through a densely w...
    Banner Creek Trails

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Banner Creek Swimming

Swimming and wading are allowed only in the designated swimming beach area within the markers. There is no lifegaurd on duty at the swimming beach. Childern under 15

, KS Swimming

Banner Creek Boating

Boating and water skiing are permitted on most of the 535 surface acre resevoir. All water vessels are required to obey signs placed around the resevoir for public safety. Decals and license certificates must be on the boat or person operating the boat. The mininim age for operating a boat is is 156

, KS Boating

Banner Creek Trails

There is a 5.2 mile roundtrip hiking and bicycling tralil was opened to the public in the spring of 1999 on the reservoir\'s south side. To the east of the trailhead the path leads through a densely wooden riparian area and winds leisurely aroun the lake\'

, KS Trails

Banner Creek Fishing

Banner Creek Resevoir has been stocked with Largemouth Bass, Channel Cat, Flathead Catfish, Crappie, Redar Sunfish, Bluegill, and Walleye. Fishing Length and creel limits are as follows: Largemouth Bass,18 inches long is minium length with limit of two. Channel Cat, 15

, KS Fishing

Banner Creek Camping

Primitive camping is allowed on the south side of the resevoir near the boat ramp. Water is available at several spigots placed alon the lake road on the north side of the resevoir. Camping areas with electricty are available on the north side. 785-364-3963 email: chamber@

, KS Camping

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