Lakes in Kansas

11 Lakes in Kansas. Lakes on this page are displayed on the map.

Milford LakeUnited States

Milford Lake is the largest reservoir in the state of Kansas, United States. The reservoir is not only an important safety factor for the inhabitants around it, it is also an ... Read more

Wilson LakeUnited States

Nicknamed “the clearest lake in Kansas”, Wilson Lake is the result of the 40 meter tall dam built in 1964 for flood control on Saline River. The reservoir is located in ... Read more

Perry LakeUnited States

Perry Lake is a reservoir on the Delaware River in the North-Eastern part of Kansas, United States. Construction The rolled earth fill dam, with a length ... Read more

El Dorado LakeUnited States

El Dorado Lake is a reservoir next to the city of El Dorado, on the Walnut River. It lies in the Flint Hills region in Kansas, as part of El Dorado State Park, one of the ... Read more

Tuttle Creek LakeUnited States

The second largest artificial lake in Kansas, Tuttle Creek Lake, is a reservoir located on the Big Blue River, 8 kilometers North of Manhattan. The artificial lake lies at the ... Read more

Clinton LakeUnited States

Clinton Lake is a reservoir lake to the southwest of Lawrence, Kansas. Although it was initially built to control the flooding in the area and provide water to the city of ... Read more

Cheney ReservoirUnited States

Cheney Lake is located in the South-Central portion of Kansas in the United States of America and is the result of the Cheney Dam being built between 1962 and ... Read more

Hillsdale LakeUnited States

Hillsdale Lake is a reservoir located in Miami County in Kansas, 48 kilometers South of Kansas City. Geography and Animal Life The 18.5 km2 man-made lake ... Read more

Waconda LakeUnited States

Waconda Lake, also known as Glen Elder Reservoir, is an artificial lake, offering some of the most spectacular sunsets in the country. It is one of the most ... Read more

Kanopolis LakeUnited States

Kanopolis Lake is a reservoir in Ellsworth County, in the Smoky Hills of the state of Kansas. It is one of the oldest man-made lakes, built between 1940 and 1948, bordered by the ... Read more

Completed in 2010, Horsethief Reservoir is the newest man-made lake in the state of Kansas. It was named after the nearby Horsethief Canyon and was primarily constructed to manage ... Read more