Lovewell State Park

Lovewell State Park


Location:14 miles northeast of Mankato, in northern Jewell County.
Facilities:23 campsites with full hookups, 13 sites with water and electric hookups, 82 campsites with electrical only, 306 primitive non-utility sites, 6 semi-modern cabins, 4 shower/toilet buildings, 2 vault toilets, fish cleaning stations, picnic areas, playground, sand volleyball, softball diamond, horseshoe pits, group shelter, swimming beach, marina, 6 boat ramp lanes, 4 courtesy docks, archery range, trails, historic landmark, visitor center.
Activities:Camping, boating, fishing, swimming, wildlife viewing.
Special Features:Park hosts fishing tournaments and various other special events throughout the year, including a Kids Fishing Derby in early June, fireworks and a sand castle contest in July, and a Lovewell Fun Day in August. Church services are held at the historic limestone schoolhouse at the park during the summer months.
Address:2446 250 Rd
Webber, KS 66970

Phone:785-753-4971
Web: www.kdwp.state.ks.us/news/state_parks/locations/lovewell
Size: 1,126 acres.

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