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Ok...first off, there's no fort. The fort disappeared years ago.The site of the fort is outside the park limits. But...its some of the prettiest scenery in the eastern part of the state. Rolling wooded hills, curves in the road even! Believe me, you'll know what...More
Thought we'd take a drive Ft Ransom State Park to check out the colors. Well we were a week too late - virtually no leaves. Drove through the park anyway no one around not much to see anywhere but the Ranger charged us $7 anyway-Goes...More
We landed at Fort Ransom State Park while on a 3-week road trip, each day a new and unplanned adventure. The campground, along with the rest of this park, is gorgeous and very well-kept. These were the best campground bathrooms of our entire trip. Huge...More
This is an incredibly nice, well-maintained beautiful park. I wish we would've known how great this park is because we would've spent more time here. They are having a festival tomorrow called Sodbusting Days, which would've been great to see. They have a yurt here...More
This park is a gem of beautiful wooded trails and ridge vistas hidden in the middle of a prairie. Trails are well-marked and well-groomed. The park Rangers are incredibly helpful and friendly. Horse facilities are clean, safe, and well maintained. Individual corrals; some with shade....More
We rented the Pederson yurt for 3 nights. The yurt is new, clean, nicely furnished and well stocked with kitchen basics. It felt like a home away from home. There are 2 full-size beds and a pullout couch. The beds are very firm. Bring your...More
We had a great time here. We took a canoe down the river - the Ranger picked us up when we were done. They supplied the life vests, canoe, & paddles - it took us about 1 1/2 hours to make it to the dock....More