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Location and Overview

Pomona State Park is a public recreation area located in Osage County, Kansas, United States. The state park is situated on the south shore of Pomona Lake and offers a variety of outdoor activities, including camping, boating, fishing, and hiking.

Camping Facilities

Campsites: Pomona State Park provides a range of camping options including both primitive sites and sites with full utility hookups. The facilities are suited for tent camping, RVs, and there are also cabins available for rent.

  • Primitive Camping: These campsites are typically more secluded and do not have water or electric hookups. They are great for those who enjoy a more rustic camping experience.
  • Utility Campsites: These sites come with different combinations of water, electric, and sewer hookups to accommodate RVs and campers looking for more comfort.
  • Cabins: The park offers cabins for those who prefer not to camp in a tent or RV. The cabins vary in size and amenities.

Reservations: Reservations for campsites and cabins can typically be made online through the state park reservation system or by calling the park office. It's recommended to book in advance, especially during peak seasons and weekends.

Amenities

  • Restrooms and Showers: The park provides restroom facilities with showers for campers.
  • Picnic Areas: There are picnic areas and shelters available, which can be great for day visitors or those camping within the park.
  • Boat Ramps: Boaters can access Pomona Lake through multiple boat ramps found within the park boundaries.
  • Trails: Hiking and biking trails are available, offering a great way to explore the natural beauty of the area.

Activities

  • Boating and Water Sports: With the proximity to Pomona Lake, water-based activities such as boating, jet skiing, and kayaking are popular.
  • Fishing: Anglers can fish for various species like catfish, saugeye, crappie, and bass.
  • Swimming: While there are no designated swimming pools, swimming in Pomona Lake is an option.
  • Wildlife Viewing: The park is home to a variety of wildlife, and bird watching can be an enjoyable activity.

Park Rules and Regulations

  • Fires: Fires are only allowed in designated areas and should be completely extinguished before leaving the site.
  • Pets: Pets are allowed in the park but must be kept on a leash.
  • Waste Disposal: Proper disposal of waste is required, and campers should utilize the trash receptacles or recycling bins provided.
  • Quiet Hours: To ensure an enjoyable experience for all campers, the park enforces quiet hours, typically from 10 p.m. to 7 a.m.

Accessibility

Accessibility: The park is committed to providing facilities that are accessible to all visitors. It's advisable to contact the park office for detailed information about the accessibility of campsites and other facilities.

Contact Information and Reservations

For the most current information and to make reservations, it's best to contact the park directly:

  • Park Office: Contact information and operating hours can be found on the state park's official website or through the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism.
  • Online Reservations: Campsite and cabin bookings can often be handled through an online reservation system provided by the state park or through a centralized booking platform.

Please note that details about Pomona State Park could change over time, so it's wise to consult the park's official resources or contact the park office directly for the most up-to-date information before planning your trip.

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