Manhattan, KS 
Tuttle Creek SP: River Pond Share
Uploaded By: scarpfish   (Taken 9/2009)
Kiosk at start and end of course. Tee #1 at right. Basket #18 at left.

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  • Rating:
    113 Played:
    14 Favorited:
    19 Wishlisted:

    Course Conditions as of 8/23/2014
    Grass is well mowed, no mud on the course. There was a 10k in the park today that interfered with play on a couple holes.
    (Last updated by bigreddog)

    Course Details
    PermanentCourse Type:
    1999Year Established:
    Mostly Flat & Moderately WoodedCourse Landscape / Terrain:
    18 / 18Holes / Baskets:
    6145 ft. – 6269 ft.Course Length: Metric
            62        51        51        51 Par Info:
            51.4        --        --        -- DGCR SSE: [ ? ]
    No / YesMultiple Tees / Pins:
    ConcreteTee Type:
    Mach 2Hole Type:
    17 / 58.59 Rounds Recorded / Average Score:     
    -- Discs Lost:
    2 Course Guides:
    Camping Nearby    Pay to play Misc. Info.:
    Description: River Pond is set alongside a beautiful lake with an adjoining creek, featuring water hazards along with heavily wooded, basically flat terrain. Well maintained with camping and picnic facilities. Daily entrance fee - $5 per vehicle. Often closed for most of July, check ahead.

    Location Details
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    Local Directions: From I-70, exit #313 (K-177), 9 miles into Manhattan, take Tuttle Creek Blvd. north 3 miles to park, follow park road around outlet channel, into River Pond Area, parking by State Park Office. NOTE: above entrance is currently closed to maintenance on the dam. Take Tuttle Creek Blvd, up to K-13 highway and go across the dam. Entrance road is right at the east side of the dam.