This campground is closed to reservations for the 2003 camping season. All sites are available for walk-in customers only. In the Post rock Country of northcentral Kansas, Sylvan Park, located below the Wilson Dam, offers great appeal to the sportsman, fisherman, recreationists, or those who just want to enjoy the beauty and serenity of the lake and Saline River Valley. Just 8 miles north of exit 206 on I-70, Sylvan Park's campsites, with pull-throughs as large as 137 feet offer the best shade and wind protection available. Anglers have bright opportunities at channel catfish, white bass, striped bass, small and large mouth bass, and walleye on the lake and Saline River. Wildlife observers can stroll the 3/4 mile Bur Oak Nature Trail at dawn or dusk, and catch glimpses of the environment's wildlife. To accomodate the fall/winter hunters, a deer hanging station is available, and the showers and restrooms remain open and heated. Whatever your recreational interests, Sylvan Park's 27 campsites offer excellent recreational diversity and opportunity. As the leaves change color, Fall camping offers the most beautiful climate and scenery available.
2 night minimum on weekends. 3 night minimum on holidays No reservations will be taken for the 2003 camping season. No ATV's or ORV's allowed There is a limit of 1 wheeled camper and 1 tent or 2 of tents per camp pad
Directions: I-70 / Wilson exit 206, travel N 8 miles on Hwy 232, (before crossing the dam) turn right at K-181 and travel E for 100 yards and then take a left. Follow the road past the visitor center to Sylvan Park entrance.
Normal Services Available:
4-15-2003 through 9-30-2003 .