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Kansas State Parks To Host Open House
03/05/2013

On Saturday, March 9, the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism (KDWPT) will host a free entrance day and open houses at all state parks.  Visitors also will have the opportunity to enjoy a variety of events at most parks.

 During the open houses, park users can take advantage of low off-season camping permit prices.  March 31 is the last day annual camping permits are priced at off-season discounts.  On April 1, the prices increase to their regular prime-season levels.  Visitors can purchase annual camping permits and make cabin or campsite reservations during the open houses, as well. For pricing information and to purchase permits online, go to the KDWPT website, ksoutdoors.com.  For online permit purchases, click the License/Permits icon.  For campsite and cabin reservations, click the Reservations icon.

 Kansas motor vehicle owners can now buy an annual park vehicle permit as part of their vehicle registration process.  The permit – called a Kansas State Parks Passport – will cost $15.00 (county treasurers can elect to add a $0.50 service fee). This lower-price, non-transferable permit will be available only during the vehicle registration process at a motor vehicle registration office, through the online vehicle registration site (www.kswebtags.org), or when registering by mail.  The Kansas State Parks Passport will expire when the vehicle registration expires a year later. 

 Park entry is free on March 9, but persons who would like to buy an annual park permit before they register their vehicles can do so at any KDWPT office, Kansas license vendor or through the KDWPT website, and then request a pro-rated refund for the difference in cost after purchasing their Kansas State Parks Passport.  

 Meade

  • Open house: 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
  • Cabin and campsite reservation system information
  • Refreshments served all day

 

 

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