Travel to Kansas
FLINT HILLS NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE
This National Wildlife Refuge lies alongside the John Redmond Reservoir in eastern Kansas. It includes some small lakes and ponds, marshlands, and the Neosho River.
The refuge provides protection for migratory waterfowl and other birdlife such as bald eagle, along with wildlife including white-tailed deer and coyote.
Activities: There are two maintained hiking trails. Fishing is widely available, and hunting is permitted in some parts of the refuge.
Camping Regulations: Primitive and trailside camping is allowed here, as are campfires. Access to some areas is restricted or prohibited at certain times of year.
For Further Information: Flint Hills National Wildlife Refuge, P.O. Box 128, Hartford, KS 66854; (316)392-5553.