Elk City State Park

Elk City State Park

Elk City State Park

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Elk City State Park is a state park in Montgomery County, Kansas, United States, located west of Independence.

The park is settled adjacent to the, 4,500- acre, Elk City Reservoir and the, 12,000-acre (49 kmĀ²), Elk City Wildlife Area. The Reservoir offers good/excellent fishing opportunities for channel catfish, white bass, crappie, flathead catfish, largemouth bass and saugeye. The Wildlife Area offers a chance to view white-tailed deer, wild turkey, bobwhite quail, cottontail, gray squirrel, prairie chicken, beaver, raccoon, bobcat, coyote, gray fox, opossum, mink and muskrat.

A nationally recognized trails system invites visitors to take in a rich variety of flora and fauna. The Green Thumb Nature Trail at the Timber Road campground is a one-mile loop which rewards hikers with a panoramic vista of the lake. The nearby Table Mound Hiking Trail runs 2.75 miles north along the east side of the lake to the scenic overlook at the dam. At the overlook is the 2/3 mile Post Oak Nature Trail. There is also a paved and handicapped accessible 3.3 mile South Squaw Multipurpose trail. Running outside of the park is the Elk River Hiking Trail, a scenic route that begins at the west edge of the dam and ends near the U.S. Route 160 bridge on the Elk River.

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Elk City State Park<br />4825 Squaw Creek Road<br />Independence, KS 67301<br />(620) 331-6295 (Park Office)<br />(620) 331-6820 (Wildlife...
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