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Lake Scott Horse Trails in Kansas

Historic Lake Scott State Park – Scott Co. –  Multitude of trails designed to accommodate hikers, naturalists, and horseback riders. Wild turkeys, deer, beavers, and bobcats can be seen. Buffalo can be seen near the park, where herds once roamed freely. Approximately 8.5 miles for equestrian use. Groves of hackberry, ash, elm, willow, walnut, and cedar trees complement the banks of Lake Scott. Park is oasis of natural springs, deep wooded canyons, craggy bluffs, 100-acre lake. Primitive horse camp area includes watering facility, hitching post.

Historic Lake Scott State Park is located west of Hwy 83, between Oakley and Scott City on K95, Scott County.

Park Office 620-872-2061, kdwpt.scottsp@ks.gov, www.ksoutdoors.com