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Milford State Park, Milford

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Milford State Park is located northwest of Junction City, Kansas, United States, on the southeast shore of Milford Reservoir, the largest lake in Kansas. The lake is formed by Milford Dam. The park is used by anglers seeking walleye, crappie, large mouth bass, white bass, catfish, and small mouth bass as well as for wildlife photography and game hunters. Area game include quail, pheasant, prairie chicken, duck, goose, rabbit, turkey, deer, and squirrel while trappers pursue raccoon, muskrat, and beaver. There are 19,000 acres of public land around the park and the 1,100 acres (450 hectares) Steve Lloyd refuge, Milford Nature Center, and (below the dam) the Milford Fish Hatchery are nearby.
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  • Me and my boyfriend's first time camping, we live in Wichita and we got there in less than 2 hours, we got an awesome spot to put up a tent, restrooms and showers weren't far. Beautiful relaxing... 
    Me and my boyfriend's first time camping, we live in Wichita and we got there in less than 2 hours, we got an awesome spot to put up a tent, restrooms and showers weren't far. Beautiful relaxing...  more »
  • Our cabin(#3) was comfortable, and had a great view of Milford Lake. Number 4 and 5 also have great views. For larger groups, Cabins 6 and 7 are close to the lake. 
    Our cabin(#3) was comfortable, and had a great view of Milford Lake. Number 4 and 5 also have great views. For larger groups, Cabins 6 and 7 are close to the lake.  more »
  • Beautiful Peaceful Campground (we stayed at Hickory Hollow); well kept, lovely pull through site, back faced woodland area, front faced lake view and grassy field; we saw a flock of wild turkeys... 
    Beautiful Peaceful Campground (we stayed at Hickory Hollow); well kept, lovely pull through site, back faced woodland area, front faced lake view and grassy field; we saw a flock of wild turkeys...  more »
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  • We stayed in Prairie View, very nice camp host extremely helpful. Very quite community, loved the view and the wildlife in the area. Would not mind spending more time there.
  • This state park is located in a shady, wooded area. Lake has decent fishing. If you want camp by the water make reservations ahead, as these spots fill up fast.
  • Beautiful lake and grassy camping areas. Very quiet with only a small amount of traffic, at least on a weeknight when we camped at Milford SP. No mosquitoes to speak of, they must spray for them. Only downside were the showers. They are in need of renovation.
  • Scenic but can be very noisy with people not caring to blast music on full while a wedding is going on. If you rent the place out, you rent just the sheltered area and that's it.
  • Had a great time and our camp host (Jeremy) was very friendly and helpful. Caught some nice smallmouth and wipers. We will be back.

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