Curtis Creek Park is a classic camping destination with a wealth of options for boating, hiking, hunting and fishing.
The park area provides excellent views of Milford Lake and Milford Dam. In total, the Milford Lake region is home to 33,0000 acres of public land protected for recreation, wildlife and cultural resources.
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Whether it's boating, birding, fishing or biking, Curtis Creek provides opportunities for all types of visitors.
Water skiing is popular sport on the lake, while an accessible floating fishing dock provides an ideal location for catching trout closer to shore.
The majority of sites have electric and water hookups and modern amenities such as flush toilets and hot showers, provide a comfortable camping experience.
A boat ramp and playground are both provided for entertainment and convenience.
The campground is on a peninsula on the banks of Milford Lake, the largest man-made lake in Kansas. Fed by the waters of the Republican River, Milford Lake spans a surface area of 15,700 acres and an impressive 163 miles of shoreline.
Hiking trails include the Waterfall Trail and the Crystal Trail. The wildlife Viewing Tower and Trail is a hot spot for excellent wildlife viewing.
The Milford Education Center and Fish Hatchery are located below the dam.
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