Eagle Ridge Trail

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Eagle Ridge Trail is a 2.3 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Milford, Kansas and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

2.3 miles 150 feet Loop

dogs on leash


mountain biking

trail running


horseback riding

over grown

Horseback riding, hiking, and biking on some of the most scenic and diverse areas that Milford State Park has to offer.

4 days ago

Good trail. Had a lot of deep ruts in it though. It wasn't marked very clearly. We ended up over by the tubes and didn't see where it looped back around. I really liked the trail and plan on going back.

1 month ago

2 months ago

3 months ago

easy walk. ground is tore up but as long as you watch your step youll be fine. some nice sights worth checking out at lease once.

5 months ago

overgrown, good for horses not much else

11 months ago

1 year ago

1 year ago

Pretty good beginner trail, but a lot of horse sign. In places the trail was pretty tore up and hard to walk on due to horses. It's a good trail for a day hike and there are other trails in the park to hike.

2 years ago

From the trail head the path climbs then drops several times. Thanks to the recent rain much of the path had DEEP ruts from washout. New horse trail riders and mountain bikers should be cautious the trail is narly! It does offer a challenge navigating through trees and up or down ravines. A fun trail but not for the faint of heart. Will do it again just not the first time back on trail with a three-dog;)

mountain biking
3 years ago

The information I used was from the Kansas Dept. of Wildlife, Parks, and Tourism website. It got me to the trail head, but that was it. This trail seems to meander through the State Park for 8 miles, though I didn't feel like it was well-marked and I kept finding parts of it throughout the park. The 2.1 miles that I completed was good for mountain biking and horses. From the trail head (marked on this site), a right turn will just take you to the Tower Trail trail head. A left will take you on the loop that I completed, 2.1 miles. In general, I feel like this State Park is best for horses and boats.