This state park is located just off of Interstate 70 in central Kansas. Just a few small towns spot the interstate through this stretch of the country, so this state park was a welcome sight. The lake itself is known for being the clearest lake in Kansas. You will drive through rolling hills to make your way to this clear lake and meander through the state park roads past different branches of campground loops. Visitors can enjoy boating, swimming, camping, hunting, and hiking here. Boat launches and rentals are available over at the marina. During the scorching summer temperatures of our stay, we were definitely enticed by the waters. Campground roads are
paved, yet pads are gravel and dirt. Several interior sites are very unlevel, and we were happy to see our perimeter site, along with most others, was fairly flat. Trees are a luxury here, and grassy surroundings house picnic tables and fire rings.
Best Sites: Those along the lakeshore
Poor Sites: Interior sites
Hookups: Electric, Water
Potable Water: Yes
Dump Within Facility: Yes