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Long Term Sites available in Off Season. Remember if you camp in the winter months to check with the office to make sure you have all the proper guidlines to keep the water lines from freezing.
- Annual Vehicle Permits $25
- Sr/Disabled Annual Vehicle Permits $13.75
- Annual Camp $152.52 (if purchased before April 1st)
- 14 Day Camp Permit $87.50 (if purchased before April 1st)
Pomona State Park offers a Shelter House (Southwind Shelter) for family gatherings or office business meetings. To book a reservation at the Southwind Shelter, please call the office at 785-828-4933.
Reservations for our Cabins can be made online at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling our office at 785-828-4933.
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- This view is from the deck at our cabins.
The Southwind Shelter House is available to rent year round. The facility is air conditioned and has a full kitchen and ADA restrooms. Please call the office for details...785-828-4933. The swimming beach is located across the road from the shelter.
Don't wait until the last minute to book your cabin reservation. Did you know that cabins may be reserved from 364 days in advance.
We have two one bedroom cabins at Pomona State Park. Both cabins sleep six people and have large decks overlooking the lake. The name of the one bedroom cabins are Lakota and Tonkawa. The cabins have large decks with a picnic table and have a lower patio area which have an additional picnic table, grill and fire pit. This is the perfect place for a weekend getaway or family vacation.
The two bedroom cabins sleep nine people and also have covered decks with large outdoor patios, picnic tables, grill and firepits. The name of the two bedroom cabins are Santa Fe and Dragoon.
We have had several satisfied guests that have stayed at our cabins:
"We stopped here on our way home from the Grand Canyon. Great cabin! Great job Kansas Parks!"- The Duh Family, Red Wing, MN
"The cabin is so nice, I could live in one of these. I have a log home on Table Rock Lake in Missouri. Love my stay ~ hope to come back". Helen Watts
"This is my kind of "camping". Tent camping will never be the same, my husband spoils me. "Thanks Honey"......................
Spend some time at the state park office viewing the bird feeders through the big windows. Bird visitors include red-bellied woodpeckers, white-breasted nuthatches, black capped chickadees, purple finches and Carolina wrens along with numerous hummingbirds. You can also catch a glance at the squirrels trying to enjoy the bird food.
Kansas State Parks join "What's Your Mile?" Fitness Campaign - This program helps visitors to obtain information from the Healthy Kansas website. The Healthy Kansas website tailors a walking/hiking program to improve personal fitness. At Pomona State Park, the "Hedge-Wood Trail" (located near the front entrance of the park) has been designated as a healthy trail. Watch for the signs that read, "This trail leads to better health." Included on the signs is information about how to increase health and fitness, including hiking's role.
Pomona State Park has a 9-Hole Disc Golf course for your enjoyment. Discs can be checked out at the office during regular business hours.
There are several volleyball courts, basketball courts and playgrounds for visitors to enjoy.The swimming beach is located on the west side of the park, across from Southwind Shelter House.
There are day-use picnic areas throughout the park. You can choose many different areas to enjoy the day in the park with your family and friends.
Pomona State Park offers more than 200 primitive campsites and 142 utility sites. Reservations can be made for 15 of the 142 utility sites available. All other campsites are first-come, first-served. To make reservations, please call the office at 785-828-4933. Reservations can be made at the Kansa Campground - sites 227, 279, 280 (electric, water & sewer) and sites 276, 278, and 281 (electric & water). Big Bear Campground - sites 322, 323, 324, 325, and 326 (electric & water). Burning Heart Campground - sites 122, 124, 126 and 128 (electric, water & sewer).
Things to Remember:
The park facilities and natural resources are here for your enjoyment, so please be considerate of other people and the park’s resources.
Common Camping Rules to be aware of are quiet hours are from 11:00 pm to 6:00 am. Please respect your fellow campers. Fires are allowed only in fire rings and grills. Any alcohol that is greater than 3.2% alcohol by volume is prohibited in all state parks. Please park your vehicles only in designated locations. Your pet is welcome in the park, but must be on a leash at all times. Grey water disposal at dump stations only. Please put your trash in dumpsters when you leave.
We have three trails located throughout the park. Rising Sun Trail is located on the east side of the park in the Ah Ke Ta picnic area. It is the park’s shortest trail. Buckbrush Trail is located next to the Burning Heart Campground. Hedge-Wood Trail is located at the park entrance. The Hedge-Wood Trail has been designated as a “HealthyKansasTrail” to promote outdoor activity and allow visitors to gauge their fitness level. This is the park’s longest trail and is ADA accessible. Total length of trails is over three miles of hiking.
Pomona State Park offers four boat ramps. All have vault toilets close by. Courtesy docks are available but they are removed during the winter months.
Marina & Fishing:
Lighthouse Bay Marina is located near the Kansa Campground. They are a full service marina and offer you beverages, snacks, ice and fishing supplies. If you like to fish, Pomona Lake is known to be a great wiper and catfish lake. Fishermen have had great successes in recent years at Pomona Lake. State record flathead catfish and wiper were taken from Pomona waters in recent years. The marina is always a good place to begin your fishing trip.
Southwind Shelter House is open year-round. If you are planning a business meeting or family gathering the Southwind Shelter House can be reserved please call the office for details. Southwind Shelter House is a group facility equipped with restrooms, a full kitchen, and a large multi-purpose room with tables and chairs to accommodate up to 128 people. It has a large covered back-porch area with picnic tables and outdoor grills for barbecues. The shelter can be reserved for $60/day. Please call the park office at 785-828-4933 to book your reservation today.
Pomona State Park is a great place to visit if you are a birdwatcher. There are lots of songbirds with about 40 bluebird boxes in the park.
Some common animals you might see include white tailed deer, bobcats, coyotes, turkeys, raccoons, beavers, squirrels, foxes and rabbits. Bald eagles visit the lake in the winter and are often seen perching in shoreline trees or soaring above the lake.
Throughout migrations you can expect to see snow and Canada geese, buffleheads, goldeneyes, mergansers, mallards, teal, wigeons, pintails, and pelicans.
The Friends of Pomona State Park is an active group of individuals that provide activities and events throughout the summer, with any donations and proceeds going to playground equipment additions in the park. Some of the events held in 2011 were: They held their 1st Annual Fish Fry and held a 5k Run in the park. Biscuit & Gravy Feed, Sponsor of Litter Control on Highway 368, Kids Fishing Derby, Fireworks on 4th of July, live bands along with a horseshoe tournament, to name a few. Contact the park office if you wish to become a member or contribute a donation towards playground equipment.
The Friends of Pomona State Park held an Annual Kid's Fishing Derby on June 02nd. There were aproximately 70 kids in attendance. Several fish were caught and prizes were awarded.
If you are not already a member of Friends of Pomona State Park - Call the office today for more information!
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