Highlighted by wooded trails and the bends of the Little Arkansas River, Harvey County West Park is a natural gem in the northwestern portion of the County.

With a 16-acre pond and the river, West Park offers a range of difficulty level for fishers. The park's bait shop is open seasonally to help outfit visitors with their bait and tackle needs.

Campers will find both primitive sites and those with electric hookups, with access to nearby restrooms and bathhouses.

The climate-controlled Community Building can be rented to host any occasion. The Community Building is outfitted with a stove, refrigerator, sink, microwave, wood-burning fireplace and restrooms. West Park also has two other closed shelters and additional open shelters available for events. Follow this link for additional information on renting our facilities. 

Hiking, biking and horseback trails at West Park can take adventurers on paths with views of the lake, the river and through shaded, wooded areas. The trails at the park are mapped at getoutdoorskansas.org.

Additional West Park features include playground equipment, a swim beach and a dock with a kayak launch point. West Park has also hosted the annual Trappers Rendezvous camping event for the Boy Scouts of America for more than 45 years. 

Boating, camping and horseback riding are subject to fees. Fishing requires a state-issued fishing license.

The 310-acre West Park is the original Harvey County Park. It is located at 15835 NW 24th St. in Burrton