Cimarron National Grassland


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Cimarron National Grassland

Address:242 Hwy 56 E
Elkhart, KS 67950

Phone:620-697-4621
Fax:620-697-4340
Web: www.fs.fed.us/r2/psicc/cim
Size: 108,175 acres.
Location:Southwestern corner of Kansas. Accessible by US 56; KS 95, 27 and 51. Nearby cities/towns include Elkhart, Rolla, and Wilburton.
Facilities:Campground, dispersed camping, picnic area, trails, fishing pier, livestock corral, scenic drive.
Activities:Camping, fishing, hunting, hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, OHV riding, bird watching.
Special Features:A portion of the Santa Fe National Historic Trail (see entry in national trails section); Eightmile Historical Monument, where Kansas, Colorado, and Oklahoma share borders. Point of Rocks (3,540 feet), the third highest point in the state of Kansas. From here, Colorado and Oklahoma are visible on clear days.

See other parks in Kansas.
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Similar eradication efforts have occurred on the Cimarron National Grassland in neighboring Morton County, Kansas (Cable and Seltman, 2011), and Artemisia removal has been widely practiced across the western United States (Pechanec et al.
Some of the best hiking available along the trail is in Cimarron National Grassland in Kansas.