Most people might not associate a lot of water with Kansas. It’s landlocked, and for the rest of the nation,water just is not on their map of what they associate with the massive state. They might think of ranchers, barns, farms, grasslands, prairies, and even the bread basket. Good barbecue? Sure, but not water.
That is until they just trust in the tour guides for Kansas and take their advice to go set out on the Kansas River trails. Seeing Eastern Kansas from the vantage point of a kayak, canoe, raft, or boat, is relaxing, and beautiful. It’s free from cars and traffic that might detract from seeing Kansas solely from a car or RV.
It’s the most peaceful way to explore Kansas and to commune with nature in a manner most people would not expect...Read More