PRAIRIE DOG STATE PARK PHOTOS
Camping at Prairie Dog State Park includes many options. Cabins are available, 4 of which are reservable. These include 2 modern and 2 primitive. There are also 67 electric/water sites, 12 electric-only sites, and more than 130 primitive sites. Reservable sites are also available. Shower and restroom facilities are conveniently located, as are two RV dump stations. A 1.4- mile nature trail complete with interpretive signage is available. It is a great way to explore the park, as well as, observe wildlife.
Historical interpretation is a hallmark of this park. Two vintage 19th century buildings are preserved here. These include a one room school and a renovated adobe house.
Sebelius Reservoir is well known for its excellent fishing opportunities. Anglers can find very productive fishing here. Species include black bass and walleye, as well as, wiper. Crappie, as well as, catfish and saugeye can also be found here.
The 6,400-acre Norton Wildlife Area offers good prospects for a variety of game. Pheasant, as well as, waterfowl and rabbits are plentiful. Both whitetail deer and mule deer can be found here, as well as a variety of furbearers. The area primarily provides great hunting and fishing, as well as, boating opportunities. Walk-in access is nearly unlimited. A system of seasonal and permanent roads also provide good vehicular access. License fees are required for fishing, as well as, hunting, and boating. These fees also support the management of the area.
PARK HOURS & FEES
13037 State Highway 261
Norton, KS 67654
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