Want to watch our feathered friends usher in a change of seasons? Here’s just a sampling of what to expect.
If you want to increase your chances of viewing wild turkeys, there are two things you can do.
Today, Wilson State Park has the distinction of being the clearest lake in Kansas. As such, it regularly attracts visitors from miles around—even other states.
Webster State Park is located in the Smoky Hills, near its intersection with the High Plains.
Tuttle Creek Reservoir has the dubious distinction of being one of the most controversial lakes in Kansas history.
Scott State Park has a rich heritage. It was an 8 Wonders of Kansas finalist, and was also chosen by National Geographic as one of America’s “50 must-see state parks.”
This destination is a one-of-a-kind opportunity to see the sand dunes of the Arkansas River Lowlands.
Prairie Spirit Trail State Park has the distinction of being the first rail trail in Kansas, following the line of the Leavenworth, Lawrence, and Galveston Railroad.
Prairie Dog State Park offers visitors a glimpse of the High Plains. The highlight of the park, however, is its namesake, the black-tailed prairie dog.
Today, Pomona State Park is known for being a true getaway, with its quiet natural scenery and its relatively low traffic level.