State park cabins allow visitors to experience Kansas outdoors, while enjoying the comforts of home
July 18, 2013 - PRATT– Whether you’re looking for a weekend getaway, a family reunion, or a week-long fishing trip with friends, Kansas state park cabins are great choices. With 100 cabins offered at 19 state parks, four state fishing lakes, and one wildlife area, there is sure to be a cabin that meets your needs.
Cabins are offered in either “deluxe” or “sleeper” styles. Deluxe cabins offer heating and air conditioning, a bathroom, shower, and often a furnished kitchen equipped with a refrigerator, stove, microwave, and coffee pot. Sleeper cabins are a little more rustic with fewer amenities, but are still equipped with heating and air conditioning, as well as electricity.
Depending upon the size, state park cabins can sleep anywhere from four to ten adults. Beds are included, however guests are required to bring their own linens. Nightly fees vary from $35 to $110, depending upon the season and amenities offered.
Cabins are popular, so it’s a good idea to make reservations well ahead of time. For more information, including how to make a reservation, visit ksoutdoors.com and click “State Parks/Reservations.” Reservations can also be made by visiting www.reserveamerica.com.