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If you like fishing, boating, or just immersing yourself in nature, you'll love Pomona State Park. Located near Vassar in northeastern Kansas, this 490-acre park boasts an enviable position on the shores of the 4,000-acre Pomona Reservoir.

With the beautiful lake set against a backdrop of prairie and woodland, Pomona State Park offers plenty of eye-catching natural scenery that's easily accessible from both Kansas City and Topeka. And with excellent fishing, water skiing, and wildlife opportunities to enjoy, there's no shortage of things to do in the park.

Best of all, the park offers more than 300 campsites spread around 14 campgrounds, ensuring a peaceful lakeside camping experience for all RVers. Let's take a closer look at what to expect when you visit Pomona State Park.

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Getting Outdoors

The list of outdoor activities on offer in Pomona State Park is a long one, but the best way to start your visit is to get out on the reservoir. With 4,000 acres of surface area to be enjoyed, this big and beautiful lake is a hive of activity in summer.

The calm waters here make the park a popular water skiing destination, with ski rentals available from the Lighthouse Bay Marina. Four boat ramps, two of which feature courtesy docks, ensure easy access to the water.

Fishing is also a major pastime in Pomona State Park, so make sure you include a rod or two when loading up your rental RV. You can stock up on fuel, fishing equipment, and other essentials at the marina before heading out and trying your luck from a boat or from the shore. Offering excellent catfish and crappie fishing, the reservoir is also home to walleye, largemouth bass, and white bass.

Of course, if you'd rather be in the water rather than on it, you can always go for a relaxing swim. A pretty swimming beach, located near the Southwind Shelterhouse, is open during summer and is a great place to cool off when the mercury starts to rise.

When you tire of water sports and you're looking for some land-based fun, there are just under two and a half miles of hiking trails to explore within the park. The half-mile Rising Sun Trail is good if you're looking for a quick adventure, while the one-mile Hedge-Wood Trail offers a longer trek.

And with disc golf, three playgrounds, basketball courts, volleyball courts, and horseshoe pits also available in the park, there are plenty of other great excuses to get active and enjoy the great outdoors.

Camping at Pomona State Park

If you'd like to camp with an RV at Pomona State Park, search for an RV in Osage County and then find yourself a site in one of the park's 12 camping areas. In total, the park features:

  • 142 sites with electrical and water hookups. Some also offer a sewer connection. Some sites can be reserved in advance, but others are offered on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • Approximately 200 primitive campsites with no hookups available. These sites cannot be reserved in advance.

Showers and flush toilets are provided, while some sites are designed to accommodate large rigs. However, you'll need to study a park map and the list of sites and facilities available in each campground before deciding on the perfect place to park your rig.

If you want to bring your canine companion along for your Pomona State Park camping trip, the good news is that pets are welcome in the campground. However, you'll need to dispose of your dog's waste and make sure they're leashed and supervised at all times.

Exploring the Area

When your Pomona State Park RV camping getaway draws to a close, your vacation doesn't have to end at the same time. With plenty more attractions nearby, it's well worth setting out to explore your surroundings.

For example, Topeka is just 30 miles to the north, and its Kansas Museum of History and Combat Air Museum will definitely impress history buffs. The Combat Air Museum is a must-see for military history enthusiasts, with exhibits displaying WWII uniforms as well as aircraft engines. Topeka is also a convenient place to shop, dine, and restock on motorhome camping provisions.

If you'd rather check out a little more of the Kansas state parks system, Eisenhower State Park is just 20 minutes to the southwest and offers excellent yurt and RV camping. If you'd like to head for the bright lights of the big city instead, Kansas City is a little more than an hour's drive away. When you get there, be sure to check out some of the high-speed racing at Kansas Speedway.

Whether you're craving an exciting adventure, a relaxing escape, or something in between, you'll find plenty to satisfy your needs when you rent a camper near Pomona State Park.

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