Fall River State park is lcoated between the Cross Timbers region and the grasslands of the Flint Hills.  The 980-acre park is a unique blend of forested flood plains, oak savannahs, and tallgrass prairie.  Outdoor enthusiasts looking to get off the beaten track will find much to their liking in this beautiful outdoor setting.

Camping, swimming, boating, water skiing, hiking, and picnicking are popular pursuits at Fall River.  Water and electric campsites are available plus basic campsites and modern toilets/shower facilities.  Children can enjoy the playground and open areas.

Modern cabins are available to visitors year round.  Cabins are located on the lake with a beautiful view of Fall River Reservoir and the surrounding tall grass prairie.

A favorite pastime here is canoeing Fall River, which feeds into the 2600-acre reservoir.  Bird watchers, photographers, and naturalists will enjoy a variety of native plants and animals.  Fall River also offers good fishing opportunities for channel and flathead catfish, white bass, and crappie.  More than 8000 acres of public wildlife area adjacent to the park are managed for a variety of game and nongame species.

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