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Recent Updates

This is a list of the last 75 updates to the website.

Selfpay Station

If you arrive after hours you'll need to visit one of our three Self Pay Stations to pay fees. Once you enter your information on the provided envelope and insert your cash or check payment, you'll deposit said envelope into the iron box.   Keep the back portion of the envelope as your receipt and display it on your vehicle's front windshield as proof of payment. 

Vehicle Permits are $5.00/each Day, Camping fee per camping unit is $8.00/night and the utility charge for a site with 30/20 amp electricity & water service is an additional $11.00/night.    If you use a site with 50/30/20 amp electricity you'll pay and additional $2.00/night.   There is an additional $3.00/per STAY transaction fee. 

Clinton Cabins

We now have Seven Cabins total. 

One Bedroom Cabins are...  Chicken Creek, Camp Creek, Deer Creek, Coon Creek, Washington Creek, & Elk Creek Cabins feature One Bedroom and have a Full size bed and couch in the bedroom area and a Full size futon & twin Murphy bed in the front living area.  They sleep 5-6 people. 

Two Bedroom Cabin - Wakarusa Valley - features a Full size bed and couch in the bedroom area and a Full size futon in the living area with 2 Twin Bunk Beds (4 Twin beds) in the second bedroom.   Sleeps 8 people comfortably!    

Located in the North East corner off of Campground #1 in the State Park.

(They're like a roomy one/two bedroom apartment with fully stocked kitchen & bathroom with shower.)

11/22/14 - Youth & Women Pheasant Hunt
Pheasant Hunt for Youth 11 thru 16 yr olds and all Women
(Glen Elder State Park)

11/8/14 - Johnson Co. - Shawnee
Hunter Ed Internet assisted field day and testing session
(Shawnee Civic Center)

SAND HILLS STATE PARK OPEN FOR RESERVATIONS

August 29, 2014Popular park in Reno County now offers camping facilitiesHUTCHINSON - Visitors can now reserve a campsite at Sand Hills State Park, located just north of Hutchinson, two miles east of the K-61/56th Street intersection. The park is a 1,123-acre natural area of sand dunes, grasslands, wetlands, and woodlands. It features 64 utility ... Read More