Pomona State Park is located near Vassar, Kansas, along the southern shores of Pomona Lake, which features 4,000 surface acres of water surrounded by over 4,500 acres of land. Pomona State Park is managed by the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism.
Pomona State Park offers approximately 200 primitive campsites, as well as 142 improved campsites with utilities. Primitive sites are first-come, first-served. Shower and flush toilet facilities are available near the campgrounds. Campsite costs start at $8/night.
Other campgrounds at Pomona Lake include 110-Mile Park, Carbolyn Park, Cedar Park, Michigan Valley Park, Outlet Park, and Wolf Creek Park, all managed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. 110-Mile Park and Cedar Park are free; the others are pay sites.
Pomona Lake is also home to the Black Hawk Trail, located on the north side of the lake, which is a 32-mile equestrian and mountain biking trail through a variety of wooded, riparian and grassland areas. Also nearby is the Flint Hills Nature Trail, a rail-to-trail that runs east-west for about 117 miles, connecting Osawatomie in the east and Herington in the west.
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