State Park Alerts

Office Closing: 
January 16th
January 31st- February 2nd  
February 8th- February 9th

Open Boat Ramps:

North: Bluffton Overland Boat Ramp

South: Page Creek Mulley Boat Ramp

  Starting October 17th until April 15th  Water will now by shut off to all campsites. shower-houses, and dump stations.   There will be a year-round freeze hydrant located at the Cedar Bluff Bluffton Office so you can fill your holding tank.  We will also have the North shower-house located in the Bluffton Campground by the rental cabins open all year.

For more information click, Cedar Bluff State Park


We are continuing the Outdoor Store Sale in the park office.  Office hours in the off-season are Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm. 

For more information click, Cheney State Park


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For more information click, Clinton State Park


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For more information click, Crawford State Park


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For more information click, Cross Timbers State Park


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For more information click, Eisenhower State Park


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For more information click, El Dorado State Park


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For more information click, Elk City State Park


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For more information click, Fall River State Park


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For more information click, Glen Elder State Park


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For more information click, Hillsdale State Park


The following are closed for the winter: Corral Shelter, Buzzard Bay Fish Cleaning Station, Sumac Dump Station, Yucca Dump Station, Eagle Point Dump Station, Marina/Sandstone Restroom, Beachhouse Shower Building, Rockin' K Shower Building, South Shore Fish Cleaning Station and the Sandstone Camp Area.

For more information click, Kanopolis State Park


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For more information click, Kaw River State Park


Lovewell Reservoir is partially ice covered. Ice thickness is not sufficient for ice fishing.

 Please see PARK NEWS link for upcoming events and park facilities available.

For more information click, Lovewell State Park


The Park Office is not currently fully staffed and may be closed periodically. If Park staff is working in and around the park do not hesitate to ask for assistance. If you need emergency assistance call 911. 

The Park Office will be closed from Dec 21-Jan 2nd. 

For more information click, Meade State Park


Office will be closed January 2, 2017.

2017 permits go on sale December 15, 2016.

Reservations can be made online for the upcoming season on the 3rd Friday in December, at www.reserveamerica.com.

Also, don't forget to get your annual vehicle permits, at a reduced rate, when you renew your Kansas car tags!  See details on your vehicle tag renewal form.

For more information click, Milford State Park


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For more information click, Mushroom Rock State Park


            WATER has been SHUT OFF FOR THE WINTER
The Courtesy Dock at the Lake View Boar Ramp has been PUSHED back in 3/17/17 
THE FISH CLEANING STATION; ALL BATH/SHOWER HOUSES ARE CLOSED
Eagle Landing, Lake View, Cottonwood Bridge and Wild Horse will have electricity but no water. Cougar Pass will have electricity and the water is available for use to fill up only, THE HOSE MUST NOT REMAIN ATTACHED to the HYDRANT.  Please disconnect after each use.
LIFT STATIONS ARE OPEN BUT NO WATER IS AVAILABLE
Please Remember ALL Trail users please wear brightly colored clothing when on the trails, preferably ORANGE

Perry State Park Office Hours

Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. (NO BOAT Registrations after 3:30 pm)

BOAT REGISTRATIONS MONDAY-FRIDAY ONLY

For more information click, Perry State Park


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For more information click, Pomona State Park


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For more information click, Prairie Dog State Park


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For more information click, Prairie Spirit Trail State Park


Sand Hills State Park will be the site of the 3rd Exploring Sand Hills Competitive trail ride on April 21st to April 23rd, 2017.  Call now for your reservations, 316-542-3664.  The sites are also filling up for the State Fair beginning September 8, 2017.  We have quite a few already making reservations for then.

Sand Hills State Park hosted a First Day Hike on January 1, 2017 and had a great turn-out for a first time event.  Looking forward to next year.

Sand Hills State Park has year-round camping opportunities with frost-free hydrants at the campsites.  The bathroom will be shut down October 27th for the season.

For any reservations, go to: reserveamerica.com or call Cheney State Park @ 316-542-3664.

For more information click, Sand Hills State Park


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For more information click, Scott State Park


The First Tuttle Trek will be held Saturday, Feb 18.  It is a guided hike led by AmeriCorps team members thru the park.  Meet at 12:45pm at the State Park Office. Vehicle permits required, but no other costs.  Hike will be about 2 miles in length and end about 3pm.  

The lake is about 3 feet below conservation pool.  This is a normal winter drawdown.  

Trout were released again in Willow Lake on Feb. 14.  Trout fishing is good.  A fishing license, trout permit and state park vehicle permit are required. 

For more information click, Tuttle Creek State Park


NO OPEN FIRES ALLOWED AT THIS TIME.

WATER HAS BEEN SHUT OFF AT ROCK POINT CAMPGROUND AND SHOWER HOUSE, FISH CLEANING STATION, LAKEVIEW CAMPGROUND, AND OLD MARINA CAMPGROUND. 
EAGLES LANDING AND HILLTOP CAMPGROUNDS WILL HAVE WATER ON YEAR ROUND. OLD MARINA SHOWER HOUSE HAS BEEN CLOSED FOR THE WINTER.

OLD MARINA BOAT RAMP IS OPEN

CAUTION BOATERS: DUE TO RECENT INFLOW THERE ARE UNMARKED HAZARDS (LOGS) IN THE RESERVOIR.

For more information click, Webster State Park


The Park Office will be might be closed Thursday March 23, 2017. 

Campfires Permitted. Do not leave fires unattended. Please make sure that fires are out before going to sleep for the night or leaving the campground. Also, be cautious with wind conditions. Thank You.

For more information click, Wilson State Park