Sunday, December 02, 2007

Kansas State Parks Ready for Cold Tempertures

Fall and winter are great times to enjoy Kansas state parks, but cooler temperatures mean fewer visitors, as well as some necessary adjustments by park staff.

The Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks designates Oct. 1 to March 31 as offseason months for state parks. During this time, many state parks cut down on services, but all remain open. Although hours and services vary from park to park, most office hours are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Most are closed on holidays, as well.
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There are an excess of 14,000 campgrounds available to go camping and Author Mark Polk explains the differences of public, private, membership parks, National parks etc. He also addresses How to find a park; All about campground directories and where to buy them; What to expect in each category, Campground etiquette; Reservation policies and much more. For more info go to Mark's Website





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