Damsite Park offers camping opportunities on John Redmond Reservoir, near Burlington, Kansas.
John Redmond Reservoir is located on the Neosho River, and is managed by the Corps of Engineers. It features 9,400 acres of water and 59 miles of shoreline, and, as part of the Central Flyway, is an important stopover for many species of migrating birds, and there are Bald Eagles that nest in the area. The Flint Hills National Wildlife Refuge is located at the northern end of the lake.
Damsite Park offers 26 campsites, and is located on the northeast corner of the reservoir dam. Facilities include restrooms and showers. The cost is $10-$15 per night.
In general, campsites can accommodate an RV or a vehicle, but may be used by bicycle tent campers as well. Camping is available only from April 1st through October 31st.
Also be sure to check out the nearby Hickory Creek Trail, which offers about 14 miles of multi-use trail for hikers, horseback riders, and mountain bikers.
Contact: 620-364-8613. Map