Making Parks and Recreation a Priority
Slip on some thick socks, throw on a sweatshirt, and lace up those hiking boots because Kansas state park trails are open Jan. 1 for First Day Hikes. Hiking is not only a fun way to increase your cardiovascular health, but it’s also an effective calorie-burner. For those who tend to indulge during the holiday season, consider blazing a Kansas state park trail Jan. 1 to burn off those sweets and start the New Year off on the right foot. While all state parks and trails are open, special First Day Hike events will be conducted at the following locations:
Want to participate, but don’t see an event near you? Contact your local state park office, or visit ksoutdoors.com, for information on trails you can blaze Jan. 1, and all throughout the year.
Park entrance fees may apply. Visit ksoutdoors.com and click “State Parks/Park Fees” for details.