On the high plains of northwest Kansas, Prairie Dog State Park is a rare and welcome place to play in the water and shade.
The park sits on the shores of Sebelius Reservoir, a top angling spot in western Kansas for crappie, wipers and saugeye. Most campsites are shaded, with easy access to trails and a beach.
True to its name, the park supports a small prairie dog town. Guests are encouraged to take a few minutes and get an up-close look at these small
creatures that play a huge in creating a special eco-system on the great plains.