Waterfall Pond Trail

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Waterfall Pond Trail is a 0.6 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Milford, KS and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

0.6 miles Loop

dogs on leash

kid friendly

hiking

walking

A 0.6 mile walk that leads you through woodland and prairie habitats. A man made waterfall and pond is located at the trailhead.

camping
5 days ago

This trail is a short loop & easy, but it'd nice if you just want a quick walk to stretch your legs. The trail is well kept, clear path & no garbage or hoof holes. My dogs loved it!!

hiking
9 months ago

Overall good short hike. It is well maintained and very well marked, I really liked that. No waterfall just a fake one at the entrance that doesn't work. As soon as you drive into the park it is on your right, before you get to the office.

hiking
10 months ago

It's a good hike for young kids. But be careful because it gets really really muddy in parts. So go when there isn't a lot of rain or snow. Also there isn't any waterfall on any part of it, exp a fake one in the front that doesn't work lol!

hiking
1 year ago

Hiked this one right after stopping by the park office. Waterfall was off at the entrance, I didn't read the description and was expecting a waterfall on the trail. Path was well cleared, not much in the way of elevation gain but still a nice quick hike.

walking
3 years ago

I visited Milford State Park on a Sunday afternoon and walked this trail first. It is at the entrance and is the first thing you see in the park (to the right). On this day, the man-made waterfall was not turned on and the pond was looking rather scummy. The path itself is a mowed strip within a small grove of trees. Since my intention was to hike/bike other trails in the park, this was a good one to start with.

In my own estimation, if one had been driving a long time to get to the park, this little walk would be nice to get out and stretch before setting up camp.