El Dorado State Park is located near El Dorado, Kansas, along the shores of El Dorado Reservoir, with approximately 8,000 acres of surface water, 4,500 acres of park lands and 3,500 acres of wildlife area.
El Dorado State Park offers primitive tent camping at a number of sites in the park, including 265 sites in the Bluestem Point area, 150 sites in the Boulder Bluff area, and 81 sites in the Shady Creek area. The remainder of the campsites in the park are intended for RVs, with water and utility hookups. Most primitive sites feature nearby access to restrooms, showers, and potable water. Camping is restricted to designated campsites, and is not permitted on the wildlife area. Campsite cost starts at $8/night during the peak season (slightly less off-peak).
In addition to camping, the park has the El Dorado Bike Trails system, with four bicycle trails, including a paved multi-use trail, a hiking/biking trail, a 12-mile equestrian/biking trail, and the challenging Double Black Diamond Mountain Bike Trail..
Contact: ElDoradoSP@wp.state.ks.us, 316-321-7180. Brochure