The Hidden Beach In Kansas Will Take You A Million Miles Away From It All

If you are like me, you don’t consider the end of summer to be when the kids go marching back to school, but after the end of Labor Day weekend. That being said, there is still plenty of summer left to savor, so why not enjoy it by visiting this fun and little-known central Kansas swim beach?

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Located just outside of Ellis, Cedar Bluff State Park is a 1,000-acre park with the additional 9,000-acre Cedar Bluff Wildlife Area and 6,000-acre Cedar Bluff Reservoir. One of the most distinct features of the park is the 100-foot-tall limestone bluffs, but there is so much more to see and do including fishing, hiking, wildlife sighting and other iconic outdoor activities. However, one of the best kept secrets of Cedar Bluff State Park may just be their spacious swimming beach:

Featuring soft sand, clean reservoir waters, and ample space to spread out, the swim beach at Cedar Bluff is truly one of Kansas’s most pristine hidden gems. In addition to the beach, the park is also home to more than 100 campsites, perfect for a weekend getaway full of sand and sun.

Discover even more Kansas beaches by clicking on 10 Little Known Beaches in Kansas That’ll Make Your Summer Unforgettable!