Campsites and RV Parks in Kansas

Kansas - Where can you find dinosaur bones, moon rocks, award winning elderberry wine, great works of art, and the perfect fishing hole? Where can you see bison grazing on open prairie that still bears the deeply cut grooves of pioneer wagon wheels? Where can you discover all of this and more in one place? Where else but the State of Kansas.

Experience the great outdoors in its natural state. Explore the legacy of the western frontier. View some of the most unspoiled and diverse ecosystems in the country. Hunt and fish for variety of pursuits and at a variety of locations in Kansas. Find regional creativity displayed alongside internationally acclaimed exhibits in Kansas\' art centers and museums. Share a real farm and ranch experience with your family or learn what inspired people to defy the laws of nature and take flight.

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Webster State Park offers a prairie setting of rolling hills and spacious skies. The park occupies 880 acres contained in two tracts on the shores of Webster Reservoir. Campers can choose from 72 utility campsites and more than 100 primitive campsites. Besides boating and fishing, campers at Webster choose from recreational opportunities provided by swimming beaches, a sand volleyball court, horse shoe pits, playgrounds, and a hiking trail. The newest addition to Webster's attractions is a two bedroom cabin that accommodates six people. Five boat ramp lanes and three courtesy docks offer boaters ample launching facilities. Pleasure boating, fishing water skiing, and windsurfing are popular activities at Webster. Primary sportfish include walleye, wipers, largemouth bass, crappie, channel catfish and flathead catfish. The park offers floating fishing docks, and there is an easily-accessible fishing pier at the nearby stilling basin. The 5,750-acre Webster Wildlife Area is home to white-tailed and mule deer, pheasants, quail, waterfowl, wild turkey, squirrels and numerous songbirds.

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