PRATT, Kan. -(Ammoland.com)- The Fourth of July and Kansas state parks go together like ice cream and apple pie, and both are American traditions. Kansans love to spend the Independence Day weekend enjoying the outdoors, and Kansas state parks are the perfect venues.
While personal fireworks aren’t allowed in Kansas state parks, several parks will host fantastic fireworks displays open to anyone with a state park vehicle permit.
Call your local state park office for details even if they aren’t on this list. Park staff may have last-minute events planned that you won’t want to miss.
If you plan to watch the festivities from a boat, be sure to practice safe boating procedures.
Here are just a few examples of where you can let freedom ring this holiday:
- CEDAR BLUFF STATE PARK – Fireworks display at dusk
- GLEN ELDER STATE PARK – Fireworks display at dusk
- LOVEWELL STATE PARK – Fireworks display at dusk
- WEBSTER STATE PARK – Fireworks display at dusk
- CRAWFORD STATE PARK – Fireworks display over the lake at dusk
- CROSS TIMBERS STATE PARK – Fireworks display at dusk
- EL DORADO STATE PARK – Fourth of July Parade
For more Kansas state park events, visit their website.