You'll Want To Explore This Incredible Kansas Forest Where Time Stands Still
By Clarisa|Published December 18, 2017
Born and raised Kansan, Clarisa has lived in both tiny towns and cities during their time here in the Sunflower State. As a busy mother of one crazy kid, two cats, and two geckos, they write whenever there is spare time.
Some of Kansas is empty of any trees, like a barber came down and gave the Earth a close shave, leaving only the grasses behind. However, this amazing Kansas forest sits right next to a gorgeous lake, and makes up one of our favorite state parks. It’s like walking through a storybook scene full of trees and a lake, where nothing matters but the adventure at hand. Do you recognize this place yet?
Cross Timbers State Park is located at 144 KS-105 in Toronto, and here’s a map to help you find them. Happy trails!
If you’re in the mood to adventure through another amazing area of Kansas’s natural attractions, you should definitely check out Arikaree Breaks. They’ve been here since forever, but that doesn’t mean you should wait forever to go see them!
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