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Milford Lake-usace

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5203 N. K57 Hwy
Junction City, Kansas 66441

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With over 160 miles of shoreline, outdoor enthusiasts are sure to discover what they're looking for at Milford Lake. Home to local, regional and national fishing tournaments, you'll discover some of the best fishing in the Midwest. Walleye, Bass, Catfish, Crappie and Hybrids are all angler friendly and will help make your trip to Milford Lake a success. Launching a boat is never a problem, as boat ramps are conveniently located throughout the lake at Farnum Creek, West & East Rolling Hills, Curtis Creek, School Creek Timber Creek and Milford State Park. Two full-service marinas can meet all your on-the-water needs. The Off-Road Vehicle Area (ORV) at Milford Lake offers motorcyclist and ATV riders challenges from beginner to the advance level trails. Campers have a wide-range of options for spending the night at Milford Lake, ranging from air-conditioned cabins, RV Hook-Up Sites to primitive sites. Hikers and Bicyclists will find well-kept trails that will take them from the edge of Milford Lake to the Republican River. Horseback riding has never been easier with the new addition of the dedicated horse camping area. Hunting around Milford Lake is nationally recognized as some of the best in the nation. Trophy Whitetail, Big Turkey, wild upland birds and great numbers of ducks and geese provide hunters with outstanding hunting trips. Wildlife and Birdwatchers will find a wide range of species at the Milford Wetlands and the Gathering Pond area. While at the Gathering Pond, take some time to visit the Milford Nature Center and Fish Hatchery.



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