Fall River Lake: Dam Site Park

Fall River Lake: Dam Site Park

Dam Site Park provides campsites below the dam of Fall River Reservoir, near Toronto, Kansas. It is managed by the Corps of Engineers. "Well established shade trees and good fishing is the hall mark of this park."

Dam Site Park has 33 campsites with utilities, but no primitive sites. Each full campsite can accommodate an RV or a vehicle, but may be used by tent campers as well. The campground includes restrooms, showers, and drinking water.

Sites start at $13 per night. Learn more about camping fees at Corps of Engineers properties.

Other campgrounds at Fall River Reservoir include Rock Ridge North, Whitehall Bay, and Fall River State Park. All are pay sites; there is no free primitive camping at Fall River Lake.

Also be sure to check out the nearby Fall River State Park Trails, which offers 6.5 miles of hiking and mountain bike trails through oak woodlands, winding streams, and tallgrass prairie featuring a remarkable diversity of plant and animal life.

Contact: ceswt-od-kf@usace.army.mil, 620-658-4445. Map

Web Site: swt.usace.army.mil
Location: Toronto, KS

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Last Update: June 20th, 2013