Here’s a Black Friday deal everyone can enjoy, and you won’t have to wait in line. (I guess you could camp out the night before though, if you really want to!) Black Friday, November 29, is a free entrance day to all Kansas State Parks!
Spend Black Friday outdoors, hiking, biking, or just relaxing at a Kansas state park and you’ll not only find yourself a little happier and healthier, you’ll also be able to give your wallet a rest. That’s a win-win.
Kansas state park daily vehicle permits, which are normally about $5, are not required on Black Friday.
Other fees, such as camping fees, will still apply.
This Kansas State Parks Black Friday deal gives a whole new meaning to “free.” Free yourself from the shopping chaos, feel the freedom of being in nature, and enjoy a free day at the lake or on a trail.
KDWPT offices will be closed that day and many staff will also be heading outdoors.
Be a part of the #optoutside movement by posting a picture of you and your family at one of the 26 Kansas state parks on Black Friday to Instagram or Twitter with the hashtags #myksstatepark and #optoutside.
Learn more about Kansas state parks, including information on facility updates, directions and how to make reservations, at ksoutdoors.com/State-Parks.
Opt to go outside this Black Friday and get the best deal of all: the feeling of free.
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