Randolph Park is located along the eastern shores at the north end of Tuttle Creek Reservoir, near Randolph, Kansas. Tuttle Creek is the second-largest lake in Kansas, with 12,500 acres of water and about 100 miles of rugged, wooded shoreline to explore. Randolph Park is managed by the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism, as part of Tuttle Creek State Park.
Randolph Park provides 50 primitive campsites, as well as RV campsites. Amenities include restrooms, showers, and picnic areas. The cost is $8 per night.
Other campgrounds at Tuttle Creek Reservoir include
- Carnahan Creek Park -- Free dispersed camping
- Cedar Ridge Park -- 50 primitive sites
- Fancy Creek Park -- 200 primitive sites, plus 26 RV sites
- River Pond Park -- 200 primitive sites, plus 312 RV sites and 4 cabins
- Stockdale Park -- 12 campsites, for either RV or tent camping
- Tuttle Creek Cove Park -- 57 campsites, for either RV or tent camping
Contact: TuttleCreekSP@wp.state.ks.us, 785-539-7941. Brochure