Cedar Bluff

Cedar Bluff State Park
south of Ogallah, Kansas
(785)726-3212    (785) 628-8614

Cedar Bluff Map

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Cedar Bluff State Park
Bluffs at Cedar Bluff State Park

The Cedar Bluffs are the most striking feature of a park comprised of the 6,000 acre Cedar Bluff Reservoir, 1,000 acre Cedar Bluff State Park, and a 9,000 acre Cedar Bluff Wildlife Area. Although the bluff is only 12 miles south of I-70 exit 135, it receives relatively few visitors.

The 100 feet tall limestone and bluffs on the south side of Cedar Bluff Reservoir are stunning, particularly near sun rise or sunset. Other than the gravel road, there is no development at the bluffs, and you are free to hike potentially too close to the cliffs.

The rest of Cedar Bluff Wildlife Area and  State Park offers fishing, boating (5 ramps), swimming, hunting, volleyball. basketball, hiking, a BMX track, and both 121 camp sites with utilities and primitive camping. Cabins are available for rent on the north side of the reservoir.

The Cedar Bluff State Park office is open 8AM - 4:30PM Monday - Friday year around, with extended hours during camping season. Vehicle, camping and utility permits are required year around and are available from the office or self serve station. 

A portion of the Page Creek Wildlife Area is designated as a handicap hunting access area. 

Limestone bluffs
 

limestone cliffs at Cedar Bluff State Park
Notice the fishing boat at lower left

Cedar Bluffs in Kansas
 

Fishing at Cedar Bluff Reservoir
Cedar Bluff Reservoir has walleye, white bass, crappie, wiper, channel catfish, largemouth bass,
small mouth bass, spotted bass and flathead catfish.


One of the smaller bluffs from the shore of Cedar Bluff Reservoir

Cedar Bluff Map
Map to the Cedar Bluffs

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