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“An oasis in the desert”
Review of Scott State Park

Scott State Park
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Reviewed September 5, 2013

I almost hesitate to write about this little piece of heaven because I don't want word to get out. Down in a big draw, the small lake is spring fed, lots of trees, green grass, flowers and such. Very well kept, I compliment the Park Manager for doing an excellent job. Forget your speed boat here-wake limits prohibited. Well maintained and beautiful hiking, horse and bike trail going all around the lake. Lots of game on this preserve to enjoy-a paradise to behold!

5  Thank Mark M
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Reviewed March 12, 2013

Thank god for springs filling up this lake otherwise there might not be anywhere to fish on this side of the state. Hope to god we get moisture soon. But this has always been a beautiful area to go to.

Thank Ben R
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Reviewed August 10, 2012

Nice little stop along the way. Great overnight camping spot. A seasonal store to help keep you supplied. Area is full of local historical sites worth visiting.

Thank Pip F
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Reviewed January 3, 2012

Western Kansas has little water. For those living near Scott City, the lake is a nice local spot. It is a nice small lake with a lot of fish to bring in. You'll need a fishing license. Very popular for campers. Watch out for poison ivy!

2  Thank Jimvollmer
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Reviewed January 2, 2012

This lovely park will surprise you if you've never been here before but one word of warning. There is a plant that is rampant here, Poison Ivy, and check your campsite carefully for this nasty green charmer.

1  Thank whileIstillcan2
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