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Wilson Boating

Whether canoeing power boating or sailing, Wilson Lake, the clearest lake in Kansas, has something to offer for all.

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Kanopolis Fishing

The 3,300 acres of Kanopolis Lake provide anglers with a wide variety of fishing opportunities. The most sought after species include crappie, white bass and channel catfish. Walleye and wipers, a white bass/striped bass hybrid, are also caught.

, KS Fishing

Lovewell Day Use

You'll discover plenty of variety in the day-use areas. Start your park exploration with the full-service area office and interpretive center at the park'

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Waconda Lake Wildlife/Bird Watching

You can see and photograph a diversity of wildlife species. In winter, bald eagles and golden eagles visit. Deer and pheasant are common sights. Waterfowl stop on their migrations, and a small Canada Goose flock make the area home.

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Cedar Bluff Campgrounds

Cedar Bluff State Park areas are equipped with 121

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Glen Elder State Park

On the shores of Waconda Lake, Glen Elder State Park offers nearly unlimited recreational opportunities. With its rural setting, Glen Elder is a perfect place to relax. With four campgrounds totaling 140 electrical and water hook-up sites and over 300 primitive sites, there'

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Wilson Fishing

Welcome to 9,000 acre Wilson Lake, the clearest lake in Kansas. Wilson Lake remains one of the most scenic and better fishing areas in Kansas. Currently, the lake holds two state records, one for walleye and one for striped bass. The stripe bass, an ocean native, reaches weights of over 40

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Cedar Bluff Scenic Trails

If you are a year-round explorer, there are many sites to see in and around the Cedar Bluff area. Just north and west of the Bluffton area within the wildlife area, lies Threshing Machine Canyon. This canyon was a station site for the historical Butterfield Overland Trail during the mid-1800'

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Webster State Park

Nestled in the Solomon River Valley of northcentral Kansas, Webster State Park is split between the north and south shores of Webster Reservoir. Campers can choose from 36 utility campsites or more than 100

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