Four units (River Pond, Spillway, Fancy Creek and Randolph) make up the 1,200 - acre park. Electric and water hookups, a swimming beach, boat ramps, courtesy docks, and dump stations are available. Campgrounds contain 159 water/electric campsites, 8 electric/water/sewer campsites, 24 electric-only campsites, 7 electric sites with community water and 500 primitive campsites. The Randolph Area horse campground is still receiving improvements and will provide an additional 13 electric campsites with community water when completed. Seven cabins are offered at Tuttle Creek State Park. Each cabin offers a full kitchen with basic pots and pans, table service for four, a full bathroom, heating, A/C, covered patio, picnic tables, grill and fire-ring. Reservations can be made by contacting the park office. Numerous nature trails, a mountain biking trail, and a scenic equestrian trail offer explorers a variety of routes to experience the aesthetic Flint Hills environment. Scenic picnic areas, an 18-hole disc golf course, volleyball courts, horse shoe pits, and conveniently placed restroom and shower facilities accommodate park visitors. The state-of-the-art Fancy Creek Shooting Range is open the first and third full weekends of each month. Excellent channel cat and flathead fishing is available in the lake and in the river above and below the lake. Fair numbers of bass are caught near standing timber and brush piles, and saugeye can be taken off the face of the dam as well as in the river below. During the Spring there is ample opportunity to catch master angler white bass and crappie. Trout are stocked in Willow Lake during the Fall and Winter. The 12,000-acre wildlife area adjacent to the park offers excellent hunting and wildlife watching opportunities.

9 months ago

My husband and I hiked this trail on April 2. It was 28*, but the humidity made it feel even colder. I've never felt so cold on a hike!

This trail is short and sweet. It's a wide, easy dirt path with minimal incline, and benches to sit on every few hundred feet. It'd be a perfect trail for seniors or small children.

An occasional glimpse of the lake but nothing else too spectacular as far as the view goes. A solid little walk if you're in the area but nothing worth driving out for.

on Cedar Ridge

Friday, June 16, 2017

Trail was nice, easy, and beautiful. However we were covered in tiny ticks afterwards. Yuck! Not wheelchair friendly.

Sunday, May 28, 2017

this trail is currently unmaintained. there is Poison oak heavy on trail, on ground

Saturday, April 15, 2017

Good short hike while using the Riverpond

Saturday, February 11, 2017

It's too short for a good hike but also not as ADA accessible as it claims. Anyone with a wheelchair would have trouble. The terrain is too uneven. Roots sticking up, potholes, etc.

Sunday, May 24, 2015

Good short trail. Good for a dog walk while camping.

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

The walk was very nice, but I would not call this a hiking trail, more like a walking path. The path is completely covered by trees, so it provides some nice shade. Unfortunately past campers have left their trash around, but it was still a pretty area.

Monday, May 13, 2013

This is a short, down-and-back nature trail that runs along part of the Big Blue River in Tuttle Creek State Park. It is adjacent to two camping areas, so it makes a nice morning or evening walk. The whole trail is shaded by trees.

1 month ago

Friday, August 18, 2017

Saturday, February 20, 2016