Pomona Lake provides opportunities for a large variety of recreational activities on nearly 10,500 acres of public land surrounding the lake. The Corps of Engineers and the Kansas Department of Wildlife & Parks operate and maintain campgrounds, boat ramps, picnicking facilities, swimming beaches, nature trails, information centers and other recreational facilities. These facilities provide excellent settings for camping, picnicking, sightseeing, hunting, fishing, power boating, sailing, swimming and water sports, hiking, horseback riding and mountain biking.
Pomona Lake has one handicapped fishing dock located in Michigan Valley Park adjacent to Northshore Marina.
The Corps has paved boat ramps at the following locations: Management Park, North Shore Marina, Adams Grove, 110Mile Park, Carbolyn Park and the Dragoon Access area. The Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks operates several boat ramps within the Pomona State Park. An unimproved launch is located in Cedar Park.
Carbolyn Park - (Corps of Engineers) Fees include $14.00 electric, and $10.00 non-electric from May-September. The campground is located on the west side of the lake just off of U.S. Hwy 75. The campground has a total of 29 sites, 26 electric and 3 primitive. Carbolyn Park offers a boat ramp, dump station, shower-houses, and a playground.
Cedar Park - (Corps of Engineers) This park is a free campground, which is open all year. Cedar park offers 8 primitive campsites, with access to a rock base boat ramp. The park is located on the north side of the lake.
110-Mile Park - (Corps of Engineers) This park is a free campground, which is open all year. The park is located on the north side of the lake. The park offers 30 campsites, with access to a concrete based boat ramp, courtesy dock, and 2 water hydrants. The park also has two trails, the first the Witch's Broom Nature Trail, this trail is a short 20 minute walk. The second is the Blackhawk trail, which is approximately 33 miles long, this trial is used by horses, bikers, and walkers.
Wolf Creek Park - (Corps of Engineers) Fees include $14.00 per night for electric, and $10.00 per night for non-electric sites from May-September. The campground is located a few miles west of Pomona Dam Road on the north side of the lake. The facilities include 44 electric and water, and 43 primitive sites, shower house, reservable group camp, playground, and a dump station.
Michigan Valley Park - (Corps of Engineers) Fees include $16.00 prime, $14.00 electric, and $10.00 for primitive. The campground is located adjacent to the dam on the north side of the lake. If your are looking for a campground where there is something for every member of the family then Michigan Valley Park is the place. This park offers 53 sites with water and electric hookups and 38 primitive sites. The campground has a swim beach and is adjacent to North Shore Marina and boat ramp. All campsites are within easy walking distance of lakeshore fishing. The campground includes two shower buildings, dump station, three group picnic shelters (two of which are reservable), a basketball court and an amphitheater for special events.
Outlet Park - (Corps of Engineers) Fees include $14.00 for a site with electric and water. The campground is located below the dam on the south side of the lake. The park offers 36 electric and water sites. The campground includes a shower house, dump station, playground, and one reservable picnic shelter.
Wolf Creek Group Camp - (Corps of Engineers) Fees include $100.00 per night. The group camp has 24 sites with electric and water. There is a large picnic shelter adjacent to the group camp area.
Wigger Group Camp - (Corps of Engineers) Fees include $30.00 per night. The group camp has primitive sites only and a sand beach.
Fees: Park Permits Required
Location: KS Hwy 31
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