Twenty-six state parks, including the Prairie Spirit Rail Trail, invite you to explore Kansas outdoors. Whatever your interest — hiking, camping, wildlife watching, fishing, bike riding, horseback riding, hunting, or just plain relaxing, a Kansas state park has what you’re looking for. Most offer utility and primitive camping and access to lakes, trails and wildlife areas. A few are preserved natural areas, so you can enjoy unspoiled, wild Kansas. Many parks host events such as concerts, festivals, and competitions. If you’ve never stayed at a Kansas state park, use this guide to find the perfect getaway. If you haven’t visited recently, look again - there’s more than meets the eye!
Fun In The Sun At Lovewell State ParkWEBBER – Lovewell State Park is hosting its annual Lovewell Fun Day on Saturday, August 4, 2018. It’s a great day to enjoy the state park, as well as a variety of outdoor activities in a family-friendly atmosphere. Lovewell State Park sprawls along the shoreline of Lovewell Reservoir in northcentral Kansas’ Jewell County.The Fun Day events begi ... Read More
Spend Your 4th of July Holiday at a Kansas State ParkTOPEKA – What could be better than watching a gorgeous fireworks display, every ember trail and brilliant explosion mirrored in a lake that’s coating you in a cool breeze? Getting to enjoy it two or three times over at Kansas state parks!Consider making a day of your visit since some parks will have special events throughout the holiday. Nearly ... Read More
What To Expect At Kansas State Parks Memorial Day WeekendPRATT – If ever there was a weekend designed for a perfect getaway out-of-doors, Memorial Day weekend is it. And while Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism (KDWPT) offices will be closed on Memorial Day, May 28, that doesn’t mean you still can’t make last-minute Memorial Day plans. Here’s a list of helpful tips when planning your we ... Read More