June 29, 2021 - reviewed by Nathan Marcus
Kinda like a field. First come first serve. We were there at the end of June during the week and mostly empty. If you want power and water, it will be a crap shoot. We got both but not sure if there are more than 3 power boxes. I think they are in the middle so more than one can tap in. Quiet. Safe. Cheap. It works
January 3, 2021 - reviewed by CDC
Nice overnight spot. Other reviewers are correct, things are a bit dated. Quiet and safe. 30 amps only. Water was turned off, probably for the winter. Would stay again.
Thank you to all the cities/counties that keep little places like this open.
August 29, 2020 - reviewed by Jeff And Linda
Nice Overnight Stop
Campsite match what others said. One night stop for us. It was dark and some issues finding the campsites. We took second turn (after camping sign), then took middle road where branches 3 ways. Road turned to the right and then veered off to the left where the camping sites are. Still $10 a night.
August 10, 2018 - reviewed by Jeff G
My family and I stayed overnight and really had a good time. I’m starting the review with good marks for:
Impressively clean and well kept bathrooms
Secluded ( we were the only ones staying the night.)
A nice small playground.
Now the not so good:
This park was built in 1979. It’s a bit run down.
You can tell this was a once really neat park.
The recreation water recreation part... not so much. At some point maybe 10 years ago it was someone’s labor of love.
In the end....
Really a nice little park. The $10 donation makes it a good nights rest for a cheap price. Don’t plan on much water recreation. It’s a couple old grown over ponds.
June 28, 2018 - reviewed by Dude
Nice Little Park
Was happy to find this place because there is not much to choose from in Kansas. $10 per night for a max of three nights. The lady I spoke to on the phone said if you catch the man who maintains the park, sometimes he will allow you to stay longer.
30 Amp electric and water. There appears to be one out of the 8 spaces that may have sewer.
April 20, 2017 - reviewed by Tom
Simple city park located 4 miles south of Larkin / US 400 on SR25. Some road noice as vehicles pass by. Has several (6) 30a power boxes in center of shared pavilions. All gravel roads and sodded level sites.