South Central Lakes / Reservoirs
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|Lake name||Lake description|
(Also known as Cheney Lake)
Cheney Reservoir is the premier recreation spot for outdoor activity in south central Kansas. Constructed by the Bureau of Reclamation, it was completed in 1964. Cheney Reservoir lies on the north fork of the Ninnescah River, six miles north of the town of Cheney and 24 miles west of Wichita. The la…
|El Dorado Lake
Completed in 1981, South Central Kansas’ El Dorado Lake is an 8,000-acre reservoir bordering the stunning tall grass prairies and rolling mounds of the Flint Hills. The lake boasts an average depth of 19 feet, and an impressive 50 billion gallons of potential storage volume. The project was construc…
(Also known as Kaw Reservoir)
Kaw Lake is a large lake covering an area of 17,000 acres. Its three fingerlike “arms” lie in two midwestern states, Oklahoma and Kansas. Kaw Lake is fairly new; it was started in the 1960’s and completed in 1972 for purposes of flood control, hydropower, navigation, water supply, water quality, rec…