Did you know that Crawford State Park in Farlington, Kansas covers 500 acres and allows camping throughout the year? Along with being a massive park to camp, hike, and explore, the campground sits along a 150-acre man-made lake that was created by the Civilian Conservative Corps, (a community service organization) in the 1930s.

Since you have the option to camp in this part of Kansas any time of year, you’ll get to enjoy swimming in the summer, boating in the spring, hiking in the fall, and cozying by the campfire in the winter. Read on to learn more about what to explore when you camp at Crawford State Park in Kansas.

If you’d like to learn about more parks that keep their campsites open throughout the year, take a look at this article: 7 Stunning Kansas State Parks Where You Can Camp All-Year-Round.


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