Kanopolis State Park is located near Kanopolis, Kansas, along the shores of Kanopolis Reservoir, which is one of the state's oldest recreation areas, with a 3,000-acre lake surrounded by over 15,000 acres of "rolling hills, bluffs, and woods" in the scenic Smoky Hills region of Kansas.
Kanopolis State Park offers over 200 primitive tent camping sites in the park, as well as 133 sites intended for RVs, with utility hookups. Most primitive sites feature nearby access to restrooms, showers, and potable water. Campsite cost starts at $8/night during the peak season (slightly less off-peak).
In addition to camping, the park offers the Kanopolis Lake Trails, with nearly 25 miles of multi-use trails that loop through canyons, trees, and high prairie with a variety of terrain and difficulty levels.
Contact: KanopolisSP@ksoutdoors.com, 785-546-2565. Brochure