Perry State Park

Perry State Park

Perry State Park is located near Perry, Kansas, along on the southwestern shores of Perry Reservoir, which features 12,500 acres of water, a 11,000 acre wildlife area, and a 1,600-acre state park that offers opportunity for all types of outdoor recreation, including fishing, boating, hunting, hiking, camping, cycling, and horseback riding.

Perry State Park offers both RV camping and primitive sites, most with nearby shower and restroom facilities. The park has eleven campgrounds, totaling over 100 RV sites, over 200 primitive campsites, and four cabins. Campsite costs start at $8/night during peak season.

Other campgrounds at Perry Lake include Rock Creek Park, Slough Creek Park, Longview Park, and Old Town Park. All of these are run by the Corps of Engineers.

Also be sure to check out the nearby Perry Lake Bike Trail, which offers nearly 24 miles of singletrack designed and built specifically for serious mountain biking.

Contact: 785-246-3449. Brochure

Web Site: ksoutdoors.com
Location: Perry, KS

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Last Update: June 26th, 2016