Arkansas River Trail

The Arkansas River winds from Great Bend, Kansas to the border of Kansas and Oklahoma, with 192 miles of scenic water trail and riverbank corridor wildlife habitat. The river meanders through expansive prairie, rich pastures, and farmland, passing along many cities and small towns as it goes. This hike and bike trail is about 6 miles long and is along the Arkansas River. The trail is great for wildlife viewing!

Kansas River Trail

The Kansas River is one of the world’s longest prairie rivers, providing countless recreational opportunities and wildlife habitat as well as drinking water, irrigation and electricity for many communities.

Hit the Water

Lakes + Rivers

Getting out and exploring aquatic activities across the state is fun for all ages. Kansas' lakes, reservoirs, and rivers can provide…

Fishing

Hundreds of acres of public waters beckon anglers to Kansas. Cast your line at one of the state's 24 major reservoirs, 40 regularly…

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