Sycamore Springs Park was first open to the public in 1997 and was largely undeveloped. It is a free public park operated by The Clayton Roberson Family Foundation. The park now has 11 shelter houses, many playgrounds, a ball field, baptism area in Little Blue River, chapel, "The Village" (consisting of a school house, playhouse, and town hall), 3 restrooms, and 2 large shower houses with toilet facilities.
There is no charge to enter the park. Firewood is free for the campers. We are a family park and do not permit alcohol in the park. The park opens at 8:00 AM and is locked at 8:30 PM. We insist that anyone not sleeping in the park be out when we lock the gates at 8:30 (9:30 on Friday and Saturday nights).