Fall River Calendar


05/01/2021

OK Kids Day

Location: Fall River State Park - Fredonia Bay Area

Type: Kids Outdoor Day

Date: Saturday, May 01, 2021

Contact: Kimberly Jones

Phone No: 620-637-2213

Time: 8:00 am - 1:00 pm


Other Information:

Outdoor Kansas Kids Day - sponsored by Kansas Wildscape Foundation, featuring their WildLifer Challenge!!  Bring the kids out for this fun outdoor Kansas kids day! We are also celebrating Let's Camp America, the entrance to Kansas State Parks May 1, 2021 is FREE.


06/05/2021

National Trails Day

Location: Fall River State Park

Type: Trail Hike/Bike

Date: Saturday, June 05, 2021

Contact: Kimberly Jones

Phone No: 620-637-2213

This is an All Day Event


Other Information:

Celebrate National Trails Day by hiking or mountain biking one of seven trails at Fall River. Check out the new Badger Creek Trail just completed by the Kansas Trails Council.  Insect repellent, water, and sunscreen are recommended. 


08/07/2021

19th Annual Fall River Star Party

Location: Fall River State Park - Fredonia Bay Area - Casner Creek Campground

Type: Stargazing

Date: Saturday, August 07, 2021

Contact: Kimberly Jones

Phone No: 620-637-2213

Time: 8:00 pm


Other Information:

Enjoy a night with the Kansas Astronomical Observers, they will present an educational program, and then look into the night sky as it gets dark to see planets, moons, stars, constellations, nebulas, and other fun wonders of our skies! Event is in Casner Creek Campground, lawn chairs, and insect repellant are recommended to fully enjoy this great event!


09/25/2021

19th Annual Fall River Rendezvous

Location: Fall River State Park - Fredonia Bay Area

Type: Historical Reenactment of the Mountain Man Era 1800-1840

Date: Saturday, September 25, 2021

Contact: Kimberly Jones

Phone No: 620-637-2213

Time: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm


Other Information:

Step back to 1821, a time with the mountain man and the American Indians walked the recently purchased Louisiana Purchase. A time when Lewis and Clark had finished their exploration, and others were wanting to follow in their footsteps. The event interprets 1800-1840 with a traditional rendezvous when Mountain Men and American Indians camped together to trade for needed supplies from the fur companies. Activities may include Indian and Mountain Men Encampments, Historical Traders, Blackpowder Shoot, Tomahawk Throw, Skillet Throw for the Ladies, and a Kids Gold Rush. Come out to Fall River State Park and step back to 1821.