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Scott Lake Camp

Very nice park area. Was very windy when we arrived, found a great wind block. Very few campers there when we stayed. Camp host we very friendly. There were several trails to hike.

Decent scenery

Arrived on a Thursday afternoon late August. Started out looking for spots on the west side. Drove around the entire lake and found spot #3 on the east side to have the best views. Pros: Lakeside camping Decent views of bluffs Relaxing sounds of fish jumping Plethora of wild white sage

Cons: Only found one spot worthy of camping Broken glass, diapers, beer cans

Cool fishing lake, with lots of free camping

We got here very late, and the place was empty. There was a stack of firewood next to the forepit, and the tent site was very even. Weather was gorgeous, and we didn't mind the mooing cows in the distance. There was a picnic table, and though the road was a bit rough on the minivan, it was a well maintained campsite.

Perfect views

Great sites friendly staff

Equestrian trails

Frisbee golf course

Well painted swimming area

Small store for essentials and bait. Mr. Larry is the best!

Family fun!

Well maintained sites. Amazing swimming area. Helpful staff if boating you must go by the bluffs!

Heaven in the middle of nowhere

Well maintained sites. Amazing swimming area. Helpful staff

Small store by swimming beach. Mr. Larry is a great help!

Boat access for fishing but it's a no wake lake

Rv spots fill up quickly so reserve ahead of time.

Lots of walk up sites available

Equestrian and hiking trails

Historical sites

Great campsite

Love that there is a self pay station so coming in late is not a problem.

Primitive camping is private, RV not so much.

We camped in a tent around the flood line of the Waters edge. The water was down so the water was way out in the distance. Restrooms were quite a bit away. Bugs were bad. Everything else was good. Large picnicking table and fire pit. Very private

close to I 70

close to the interstate but very little road noice.

A Diamond in the rough

While traveling through Kansas we found a beautiful spot to camp that we would recommend to all campers whether beginning, tenting, RV or even to just stop and spend the day. There is plenty of camping sites, fishing areas, swimming beach, a beach/boat/market house, historical markers and dwellings along with beautiful rolling hills and bluffs. Camp hosts were pleasant and helpful and area was clean. Some areas are shaded better than others as seen on google maps. And not to forget that Monument rocks are about a 20 minute drive from there and a must see-amazing that they could be there.