Santa Fe Trail Campground is located on the 3,310-acre Council Grove Lake in the green expanses of eastern Kansas Council Grove Lake sits in the rolling, grassy Flint Hills. The lake was created by a dam built in 1964, and now offers recreational opportunities to hundreds of thousands of visitors every year. Santa Fe Trail campground has 35 campsites with plenty of shade and one group camping area. The campground has electric hookups, flush toilets, showers, a picnic area, RV Dumpstation and playground. There is also a boat ramp. Outdoor recreation activities include boating, fishing, hunting, hiking, biking and wildlife viewing.