Cross Timbers State Park


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Cross Timbers State Park


Location:12 miles west of Yates Center in Woodson County.
Facilities:62 utility campsites (15 full hookups, 37 with water and electric hookups, 10 with electric only), 180 primitive, non-utility sites, modern bathroom and shower facilities, backcountry camping on Chautauqua Hills Trail (by special permit), 2 rental cabins, trails, swimming beach, 6 boat ramp lanes, 2 courtesy docks.
Activities:Camping, boating, fishing, swimming, hiking, backpacking, mountain biking, wildlife viewing.
Special Features:Park is located in the Verdigris River Valley in southeast Kansas, in a region that was once a favored hunting and camping ground of the Native Americans of the Osage Nation. This area is in the northern reaches of the physiographic region known to early pioneers as Cross Timbers. The park provides numerous access points to the 2,800-acre Toronto Reservoir.
Address:144 Hwy 105
Toronto, KS 66777

Phone:620-637-2213
Web: www.kdwp.state.ks.us/news/state_parks/locations/cross_timbers
Size: 1,075 acres.

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