Ho Hummer, trail number 104 within Kansas Rocks Recreational Park, is a two-way, straight-through trail that climbs and follows along the Buckeye Boonies Ridge. The trail climbs a steep hill at a 23-degree angle and is made up of mainly packed dirt and small, flat rocks the size of dinner plates. Along the ridge line, the trail snakes its way between tight trees, making this trail not suitable for extremely wide or extremely long vehicles. The trail is not technical, but the steep pitch along the northern end of the trail requires 4-wheel drive to climb and a low-end transfer case to help with descending. The trail is suitable for any high clearance 4wd vehicle.
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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