ive been to kansas rocks once and it was awesome but when i went to go to tuttle creek it was all flooded out. 2 hour drive for nothing
Kansas rocks is a great place to go! we love it out there just as much as tuttle creek. Yes you need to beware that the park is right on the lake literally, so be sure to call aroudn up there and see how the park is before you waste time and drive up there for it to be closed down. If its just a little water dont worry about it, because its pretty much all rock bottom where the lake comes up, so you wont sink or anything or get stuck.
Speaking of farmer's fields, one of my buddies in high school decided to drive down a "farm road, minimum maintenance" out by Tonganoxie, KS. When it says farm road, that means that it is county owned but maintained by the farmer (at least in LV county it is). After getting his 2 year old lifted Dodge Ram 4x4 on 35's buried in mud on said road, the farmer politely came down and offered to pull him out for $500. He declined... That night, his precious truck was destroyed with a shotgun. Insurance told him to suck it since he wasn't on an actual road. Lost his ars on that one.
I would have to wonder if he tore up the farm road by four-wheeling with his truck. We had people tear up farm fields and lanes all the time when we lived in the country. Sorry, but If I could have caught them, I would have done more than shoot up their truck. These kind of people make it hard for anyone who wants to four-wheel to find a place. They have no respect for property.
They are pretty spread out through the state but they're a good group of guys. A bunch of us military guys are members and we usually have our meetings at Randolph then go wheeling at Tuttle Creek after.
I'm going to school at k-state and have been known to head to tuttle on occasion and would recommend it...I know a lot of people who swear by kansas rocks...Kansas rocks you have to pay but they do have on site camping