Enders Reservoir State Recreation Area

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Enders Reservoir State Recreation Area

Nebraska

(308) 394-5118

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Overview

Enders Reservoir State Recreation Area has 3,278 acres of land on a 1,707-acre lake, part of which is a waterfowl refuge. There are modern restrooms, coin-operated showers, dump station, fish cleaning station, 32 (30-amp) hookups and 200 non-pad sites. Enders offers water-based recreation for fishing, boating, water skiing, hunting and winter sports. The area has picnic tables, grills, shelters, showers, modern restrooms, boat ramps and a fish cleaning station. The main camping area parallels the east shore and has electrical hookups, picnic shelters with grills, drinking water, modern restrooms, showers, and a trailer dump station. The Area B and Church Grove sites have picnic tables and fire grates for campers, as well as vault toilets. There is a boat ramp, several electrical hookups, and drinking water at the Center Dam. Campers are welcome to pitch a tent at any of the more secluded site around the lake. Groceries, bait, fuel and permits are available at the village of Enders, just north of the lake on U.S. 6-NE.

Map of Enders Reservoir State Rec. Area (NE)

Latitude, Longitude: 40.445966, -101.532324

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Activities

  • Boating

    All kinds of boating is available at this park. There are two boat ramps as well as two docks.

  • Camping

    The main camping area parallels the east shore and has electrical hookups, picnic shelters, waist-high grills, drinking water, modern restrooms, showers, and a trailer dump station. The Area B and Church Grove sites have picnic tables and fire grates for campers, as well as vault toilets. There is a boat ramp, several electrical hookups, and drinking water at the Center Dam. Campers are welcome to pitch a tent at any of the more secluded sites around the lake. Groceries, bait, fuel and permits are available at the village of Enders, just north of the lake on U.S. 6-NE. 61. There are 8 camping pads with electrical hookups (20/30 amp.), 24 non-pad sites with electrical hookups and 200 non-pad sites without electricity.

  • Fishing

    There is one cleaning station at the reservoir.

  • Hunting

    Hunting is available at this area.

  • Picnicking

    A picnic-lovers paradise, this area has seven shelters (one with electric hookup), 83 tables and 90 grills.

  • RVing

    The main camping area parallels the east shore and has electrical hookups, picnic shelters, waist-high grills, drinking water, modern restrooms, showers, and a trailer dump station. The Area B and Church Grove sites have picnic tables and fire grates for campers, as well as vault toilets. There is a boat ramp, several electrical hookups, and drinking water at the Center Dam. Campers are welcome to pitch a tent at any of the more secluded sites around the lake. Groceries, bait, fuel and permits are available at the village of Enders, just north of the lake on U.S. 6-NE. There are 8 camping pads with electrical hookups (20/30 amp.) and 24 non-pad sites with electrical hookups.

  • Water Sports

    There is a beach for swimming, as well as other opportunities to enjoy the reservoir - try water skiing!

  • Winter Sports

    Test the ice (and contact the park) for ice skating or snowshoeing in the area.

Directions

Driving

From I-80, exit at #162 in Ogallala and follow State Highway 61 south 56 miles to the recreation area.

Phone Numbers

Primary

(308) 394-5118

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