• South Trail
      • Length- .09 miles
      • Terrain - Grass
      • Difficulty level – Very Easy
      • Usage - Walking
    • North Trail
      • Length- .11 miles
      • Terrain - Grass
      • Difficulty level – Very Easy
      • Usage - Walking
    • White-tailed deer
    • Turkey
    • Barred Owls
    • Cardinals
    • Blue Jays
    • Meadowlarks (Official State Bird)
  • The North and South Trails are NOT fully paved but are very short and rest on a flat-grass terrain.
    Please call the Park Office for how to best access Mushroom Rock State Park

    (Park Office) (785) 546-2565
    (Regional Office) (316) 683-8069

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