Fall River State Park

Fall River State Park

Fall River State Park is located near Toronto, Kansas, along the southern shores of Fall River Reservoir, which features approximately 2,450 acres of surface water and 9,352 acres of wildlife area. The state park encompasses 980 acres, with "a unique blend of forested flood plains, oak savannahs, and tallgrass prairie".

Fall River State Park offers 49 primitive tent camping sites in the park, as well as 46 sites intended for RVs, with utility hookups. Most primitive sites feature nearby access to restrooms, showers, and potable water. Campsite cost starts at $8/night during the peak season (slightly less off-peak).

In addition to camping, the park has the 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.

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

Contact: FallRiverSP@wp.state.ks.us, 620-637-2213. Brochure

Web Site: ksoutdoors.com
Location: Toronto, KS

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Last Update: June 26th, 2016