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Glen Elder State Park

785-545-3345

Located just west of the city of Glen Elder, south of US-24/K-9

On the north shores of 12,500-acre Glen Elder Reservoir (Waconda Lake), one of Kansas' largest lakes, Glen Elder State Park offers nearly unlimited recreational opportunities. With its rural setting, Glen Elder is a perfect place to relax.

The reservoir covers what once was a mineral spring sacred to many Native Americans and former home of a sanitarium. The Waconda Springs Replica at the park pays tribute to this ill-fated site of Kansas geology and Native American history. At Waconda Heritage Village, a living museum, visit the historic Hopewell Church south of the park office. The park is home, also, of the Wakonda Indian Festival.

Glen Elder Wildlife Area encompasses almost 13,200 land acres surrounding the lake. You can see and photograph a diversity of wildlife species. In winter, bald and golden eagles visit. Deer and pheasant are common sights. Waterfowl stop on their migrations, and a small Canada goose flock makes the area home.



Reviews

Angel Burke

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Thursday, May 17, 2018
Always love the fishing and camp grounds. Wish there were more cabins to rent. Although we have a fithwheel but for our friends that come to visit..it would be nice. They always want to rent a cabin for there own privacy. Please build more cabins Glen Elder! .

Sara Schram

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Monday, June 25, 2018
Love this lake and the camping spot! Free WiFi throughout the campgrounds which made streaming music from amazon or Pandora a breeze!

Casey Ledbetter

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Sunday, June 24, 2018
Campsites weren't bad, but they asked the people down from us at the swimming hole to leave because they brought their puppy. But did nothing to the people that were in the campsite next to us blasting music and being loud way after the quite hours starting at 11pm.

Ken Sides

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Sunday, July 15, 2018
Nice park, our side had nice view of the lake.

Travis Samuelson

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Sunday, July 8, 2018
Awesome camping sites nice people very open

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