For basically any outdoor fun you can think of, head to Cedar Bluff State Park in Kansas State. The state park surrounds a reservoir created back in 1949, which has been further developed to become a recreational hub for all nearby communities. Peak season (April to October) can get pretty busy, with this park seeing over 250,000 visitors per year! So come with Fido and see what all of the fuss is about!
The park itself is divided into two different camping areas, both close to the shores of the reservoir, but on different sides. The large and more active ground is The Bluffon Area. This area is comprised of over 100 sites (including cabins) for campers to set up at. There are also community shelters, dump stations, and picnic areas at this side of the park. The smaller camping area is known as The Page Creek Area and offers perfect sites for those that want to get out on the water. Each camping area offers sites with hookup amenities.
Campers at Cedar Bluff will never find themselves bored, as the park is brimming with activities! The land formations themselves are impressive, with rocky bluffs lining the water's edge around the reservoir. Out on the water, you'll see boating, waterskiing, jet skiing, and so much more aquatic fun taking place. On land, the good times continue with volleyball, horseshoes, hiking, biking, and a playground for the kids. Walking trails range in difficulty to suit everyone's needs and the park is known to be a great place for bird watching.
While staying here, help keep this place pup-friendly by helping your canine to be an excellent, four-legged patron. The park requires that you keep your woofer on-leash at all times and that the lead be no longer than 10 feet. Pooches are not allowed to be in any of the designated swim areas -- those are the ones with buoys, if you're wondering. As always, clean up all of your doggo's bathroom breaks and dispose of them in the appropriate bins.
As long as you are okay will following those simple rules, you and your fur-baby are sure to have an excellent time at Cedar Bluff State Park!