Lake Scott State Park Tour • Scott County
Sunday, May 4th, 2014 @ 9am-1pm
Lake Scott State Park • 520 W Scott Lake Dr • Scott City, KS • Map
9 am – meet at Barrel Springs Trout Pond parking area near the south entrance to Lake Scott State Park; instructions and carpool before entering park.
9:15-1 pm – tentative plans are to hike the Big Springs Nature Trail and vicinity and then the Timber Canyon area, including Suicide Bluffs; people may also visit the museum and pueblo ruins if they wish. Vehicles will have to pay to get into the park unless they have a state park pass.
Monument Rocks are not far from Lake Scott. If you have never had an opportunity to visit that site it is definitely worth a trip!
Contact: Craig Freeman firstname.lastname@example.org
More Info: Scott Lake State ParkSponsor: Kansas Native Plant Society
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