- State park vehicle permits, annual camping permits and 14-day camping permits for the 2021 season will go on sale beginning December 15, 2020.
- Campsite reservations for the 2021 season can be made beginning at noon on December 17, 2020.
- MINIMUM STAY NOTICE: A four-night stay will be required for camping reservations during Memorial Day weekend, and three-night stays will be required for camping reservations during the Fourth of July and Labor Day weekends.
Twenty-eight state parks 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!
How To Safely Enjoy Kansas State Parks During Memorial Day WeekendPRATT – Kansas’ 28 state parks, 63 state fishing lakes, and more than 100 wildlife areas remain open to the public and will be popular destinations over the Memorial Day holiday weekend. From camping and horseback riding, to boating and disc golf, there’s no shortage of fun to be had at Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism (KDWPT) a ... Read More
Walk Off the Holidays with a First Day Hike_archivePRATT – First Day Hike events will be held on New Year’s Day at 22 of Kansas’ state parks, providing the perfect opportunity to walk off some of those holiday calories, enjoy nature, and welcome in the New Year with family and friends. If you need more convincing, free First Day Hike t-shirts will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis ... Read More
Opt Outside at Kansas State Parks this Black FridayPRATT – Skip the long lines on Black Friday this year, Kansas state parks are offering something better. Instead of walking through stuffy shopping centers shoulder to shoulder, spread out and enjoy the gorgeous scenery at Kansas state parks for free. That’s right – on Nov. 29, 2019, entrance fees at all Kansas state parks will be waived. Park ... Read More