Main Loop, or trail 72, is the main entrance into Kansas Rocks Recreational Park. The road starts at Tomahawk Road, where you can find a large park sign. Head north, passing the entrance gate and another park sign designed for Jeep selfies and flex shots. Continue past the parking and camping area to the park office, where you sign in and pay your daily fee. Across from the office is a large, man-made playground made of rocks, concrete tubes, and mud holes. The trail then heads past a picnic shelter and takes riders into the heart of the trail system. As you descend a steep, rutty hill, you'll pass Gina's Giggle Gulch to the east and Labyrinth to the west before finally intersecting trails 111 and 112 next to Kansas Rocks Lake. This trail is suitable for any high clearance vehicle, and 4-wheel drive will likely be necessary during wet weather.
Kansas Rocks Recreation Park is open on weekends, with varying hours depending on the day and the time of year. Annual passes can be purchased online, while day passes must be purchased at the time of visit.
Camping is not permitted on the trails, but camping is permitted near the office with 24 primitive camping sites, 24 RV slots, and cabin rentals. You can make reservations directly online. Amenities include fully plumbed bathrooms, a shower house, fire pits, covered pavilions, picnic tables, and electricity in the RV area.
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