North Lake Park (Lake Garnett)
Lake Garnett's dam, swimming pool, football stadium, and shelterhouse amenities were a project of a CCC Camp completed in 1934. The 2.8 mile "true-road" course around Lake Garnett garnered national notority for the 9 SCCA car races held between 1959 and 1972 drawing up to 75,000 spectators for a Sunday race. Recreational facilities within the park include a 55-acre lake for boating, fishing and water-skiing, picnic shelters, skeet range, rifle/pistol range, Garnett Country Club Golf Course, go-kart track, Outlaw Tractor Pull arena, horse arena, fairgrounds, football stadium, 4 baseball/softball fields, soccer fields, 4 tennis courts, baskeball court, 2 sand volleyball courts, batting cages, swimming pool, children's playgrounds, horseshoe pit, and the 33-mile Prairie Spirit Trail passes through the park. Restrooms, RV camping areas and a dump station are available. Wilderness camping allowed on northside dam area. Camping permits purchased at Garnett Police Dispatch Center. This park is home to the annual Anderson County Fair and "Cornstock"- Anderson County Corn Festival.
Address: 600 N. Lake Rd, Garnett, KS 66032
Time: Starting: 6:30 PM