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For a few years, I live about a mile away from this beautiful state park. No matter the season, it is always nice to see and visit. If you are a photo bug like me, you will want to take in sunsets and when full...More
While you’re in the area you might as well see this weird wonder! The site does not include much description (no plaques, minimal marker description). You’ll have to get the brochure from another location to have some background information when you attend. Anyways, super weird...More
Not worth taking a look at...Some kid is hiding in the bathrooms and burglarizing vehicles while you are out of sight...Then followed by white boy in white truck with out of state plates to next town. LOCK UP CARS AND ONLY SEE THIS IN GROUP....More
5 acre state park. We thought, do I really want to waste my time. We decided to take our 30 ft Rv down this dirt road. It was excellent. There are several mushroom formations. Be sure and walk across the bridge on the opposite side...More
We did this after Kanopolis State Park and Rock City. If you have the time, I would recommend exploring all 3. We were on our way to Colorado from KC, and it was a nice stop to break up the driving. For only a few...More
Mushroom Rock State Park has unique rock formation. It is interesting to see if you are traveling through Manhattan, Kansas. It is not far from highway 70, but a short unpaved road to the park is not well marked, and we missed it even with...More
I knew the park is only 5 acres (looked it up before going), but I thought there would be more rock formations; but that being said, it was still really cool to see these formations mother nature formed.