There's something for everyone at Tuttle Creek State Park. This gigantic natural recreation area is home to a reservoir, a dam, rivers, rolling hills, and dense forests. Among all the vast natural terrain sits all the fun you can handle, as this state park makes room for just about every type of outdoor pastime.
You're sure to find a lot to call your own during your stay, as there are some 422 campsites spread through the park's four units. About half of these offer hookup options of some kind, though only 8 have sewer attachments. Cabins are also provided on the property, but no canine campers are allowed inside. Drinking water is accessible throughout the grounds and each campsite comes with its own fire ring, grill, and picnic table. A small camp store allows you to grab whatever food or supplies you forgot to pack, meaning you don't even need to leave the facility (unless you want to, of course!).
There's no reason to be bored at Tuttle Creek. When you're not bombing around on a jetski or getting pulled behind a boat, you can rent a kayak to paddle calmly through the waves or try your luck at sailing out on the open water. Back on land, you can sunbathe at the beach or check out one of the many programs organized by park management. We're sure your pupper will be absolutely thrilled to check out the many trails that wind around the lake -- just be sure not to stumble into the shooting or archery ranges during your exploring!
As with most Kansas state parks, all doggos must be on-leash during their visit, and owners are asked to quickly and correctly clean up any messes their furry pals leave behind.
To stay at the place that has it all, add Tuttle Creek State Park to your vacation destinations for next season!