More than 60 state park, wildlife area cabins now available
PRATT -- Kansas state park cabins continue to grow in popularity as more of these modern and comfortable facilities are built across the state. Reserving cabins is now more convenient than ever, as the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) has unveiled an online cabin reservation system.

Visit the KDWP website ( and click on “Cabin Reservations” at the top of the homepage. Select the desired state park or wildlife area location and cabin from the onscreen list, and a scheduling calendar will appear. Select desired open dates and follow on-screen instructions to make reservations. Secure online payment is easy with a credit card.

Online instructions conveniently guide users through the reservation process. Users must log into the system and set up an account to complete a transaction. In addition to complete written instructions detailing the reservation process, an instructional video provides an overview of the online reservation system.

More than 60 cabins are available at 15 Kansas state parks and two wildlife areas (Mined Land Wildlife Area and Ottawa State Fishing Lake). Most of the cabins feature amenities such as bathrooms, kitchens, refrigerators, stoves, heating and air conditioning, and ADA accessibility.