Fall River State Park News
Fall River lake conditions are currently 945.63, which makes the lake 2.87 below normal pool.
Spring is upon us and crappie have started biting. First week of March fisherman were delighted to catch their daily limits up against the dam! The park anticipates opening facilities and water to campsites by the first weekend in April, if weather allows. The Fredonia Bay gatehouse will begin weekends over the Easter holiday.
Fall River now has cabins for rent!! They are located in the Gobbler's Knob campground within the Fredonia Bay area. Cedar Crest, Heron's Cove, and the Willow Bend cabin will offer a full kitchen, bathroom with shower, and outside a covered shelter, fire ring with grill, and of course picnic table. Cedar Crest & Heron's Cove will both sleep up to six, and Willow Bend features our new two bedroom layout sleeping up to nine. All have a view of Fall River Reservoir and the beautiful tall grass prairie! Please check out www.reserveamerica.com for reservations or contact our office. Please note these cabins do not allow smoking or pets inside, or tents outside, the capacity of Cedar Crest & Heron's Cove is 6 people, Willow Bend's capacity is 9 people.
The park offers a large playground for kids located in the Fredonia Bay area. This facility is designed for children ages 5-12. We encourage proper use of the playground and that children are supervised. Park benches and a gazebo have been provided for this purpose. A small playground with climber and swings has also been added in the Quarry Bay Area.
Fall River State Park features six trails of varying lengths for your family's enjoyment. All are open to foot and bicycle traffic, two are located in the Fredonia Bay Area, and four in the Quarry Bay Area of the park. The Casner Creek Trail also takes you to the Kids Fishing Pond which is for exclusive use of youngsters 15 and under.
For more information, cabin or campsite reservations, contact the park office between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday at 620-637-2213.