Milford State Park is located near Junction City, Kansas, along the eastern shores of the lake near the northern end of the dam. It is "a favorite getaway for outdoors loving visitors. Park facilities include modern campgrounds, shower buildings, toilets, swimming beaches, boat ramps, picnic shelters, a full-service marina, and a multi-purpose trails system."
Milford State Park offers both RV camping and primitive sites, most with nearby shower and restroom facilities. The park has seven campgrounds, totaling over 140 RV sites, over 9 primitive campsites, and 10 cabins. Campsite costs start at $8/night during peak season.
Other campgrounds at Milford Lake include Curtis Creek Park, Farnum Creek Park, West Rolling Hills Park, School Creek Park, and Timber Creek Park. All of these are run by the Corps of Engineers, some offer only pay sites, while others offer a mixture of pay and free tent camping opportunities.
Also be sure to check out the nearby Milford Lake Trails, which offer over 35 miles of trails open for hiking, backpacking and biking.
Contact: 785-238-3014. Brochure