Hillsdale Park News
Open Monday through Friday 8:00am to 4:00pm. Saturdays by appointment only.
The shower house at the beach is CLOSED for the season.
The swimming beach area remains open for day use activities;however, all facilities at the beach are closed for the season. In order to provide public safety, the following items or activities are not allowed within the developed beach areas: glass containers, open fires, pets, fishing, boats, alcohol/beer.
Camping - We do not have cabins yet - but they are in the works!
ScottCreek, Quail Run, and Pintail Point camp loops are open for the season. ALERT: Pintail Point camp loop is open for camping but all water to the area is shut off for the winter. Electricity is available at Pintail Point but water is NOT. Scott Creek and Quail Run camp loops will have both water and electricity all winter. None of our campsites have sewer available.
Saddle Ridge is open for trail related camping. Reservations can be made through November 30th at reserveamerica.com for trail related camping at Saddle Ridge.
All other camping is now first come first serve. Come on out and find a spot and then check in with your camp host. Campsite reservations will be available for April-September 2015 at reserveamerica.com starting on December 19, 2014 at noon.
Check the Park Fees link for camping and park entrance prices. Camp Hosts are available at each campground for fee payment and information. Please check the website for more detailed information about the camping in each area.
The archery range is open. Please review and follow the safety guidelines that are posted.
The Hillsdale Range & Training Facility is open to the public. The hours of operation will be posted at the Range and on the website www.hillsdalerange.org. Park vehicle permits are required. The range will have a 100yd rifle range, a 50yd pistol range, a trap/skeet range and at a later date a 200yd range. For more information contact Virgil Corbin at: firstname.lastname@example.org or 913-594-1954.
Fishing is allowed on all 51 miles of shoreline and approximately 4,500 acres of surface water, except for developed beach areas and boat ramps. Special length limits may apply to some species. Please follow posted length and creel limits. For more information please consult the Kansas Fishing Regulations Summary.