HorseThief Reservoir – Hodgeman County. HorseThief Reservoir, the newest park in Kansas, is located 9 miles west of Jetmore. Equestrians are welcome but are asked to call ahead so proper arrangements can be made.
Camping is available for riders either in the main park or at the equestrian trailhead. Livestock is not permitted in the main campground or trails on the north side of the lake, but horses can be kept at the corrals located at the equestrian trailhead 10 miles west of Jetmore on Hwy 156, then 1.5 miles south on 208 road. Camping is allowed at the equestrian trailhead; no electricity is provided. A toilet is available in that area as well as potable water. There are currently only 3 miles of equestrian trails, but there is room for expansion. The terrain is rolling with bluff outcroppings.
Fees for riding are $5 per day per vehicle; camping is additional and a complete list of fees can be found on horsethiefres.com. 620-253-8464