Top 7 National Parks in Kansas


It is an 850-acre state park and open-access leisure area in Trego County that borders Cedar Bluff Reservoir. 


Cedar Bluff State Park

There are numerous activities available at this 1,500-acre state park and public leisure area, and the reservoir's beautiful waters make for excellent fishing. 


Clinton State Park

There are several recreational opportunities at this 500-acre state park, which also has a 150-acre lake. 


Crawford State Park

It spans 4,000 acres along the eastern and western banks of El Dorado Reservoir, making it the biggest state park in Kansas. 


El Dorado State Park

It serves as a haven for wildlife and an important resting spot for ducks that are migrating. 


Flint Hills National Wildlife Refuge

It provides a tranquil rural setting where visitors may unwind and engage in a variety of activities, such as swimming, boating, fishing, picnics, hiking, and bird viewing.


Glen Elder State Park

It is a national wildlife refuge and sanctuary that is home to a wide variety of birds and wildlife and is situated along the North Fork of the Solomon River in Kansas.


Kirwin National Wildlife Refuge

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