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But it where you burn it.
Buy It Where You Burn It
Moving Firewood Transports TreeKilling Insects & Diseases. Remember to acquire your firewood locally near the campground or use certified pest free firewood.
Lake Guard Mobile Game App Available On Apple App Store and Google Play App Store
Lake Guard is a highly competitive game designed to test the player’s speed, reflexes and boating safety knowledge. You are tasked with guarding a lake that has been overrun with unprepared boaters. Take control of your trusty Safety Cannon to launch the necessary safety gear to them. However, you have to keep an eye out for cans of Grog (beer). Launching a can of Grog to a visitor could prove dangerous so be sure to shoot the cans of Grog onto the dock to be recycled instead! Keep guard of your lake for as long as you can while increasingly hazardous conditions and visitors try to overrun your waters. Share your high score with friends, earn achievements and become the greatest Lake Guard in the world!
Lake Guard Game App
Lake Guard Mobile Game App Available On Apple App Store and Google Play App Store. Lake Guard is a highly competitive game designed to test the player’s speed, reflexes and boating safety knowledge!
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Kanopolis Lake
The U. S. Army Corps of Engineers staff at Kanopolis Lake manages the lake to provide benefits to the nation in areas of Flood Damage Reduction, Recreation, Fish and Wildlife Management, Water Supply and Water Quality Improvement. The Corps manages the 3400 acre Kanopolis Lake and an additional 11,000 acres of land around the lake open for public hunting.
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Kanopolis Lake Land Management
Lands around the lake are managed by the Corps of Engineers to preserve their natural value. Land management practices such as prairie restoration, prescribed burning and tree planting help conserve soil and benefit wildlife

Outdoor Recreation

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  • Primitive $12/Night
  • Electric $16/Night
  • Electric/Water $18/Night
  • Double Primitive $24/Night
  • Double Electric $32/Night
  • Double Electric/Water $36/Night

 

  • Venango Park- May 1 to September 30
  • Riverside Park- May 15 to September 15
Applications for Volunteer Postitions are now being taken at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Information Center located at 105 Riverside Drive Marquette, KS 67454. For more information call 816-389-2457.

Contact Kanopolis Lake

Kanopolis Project Office
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
105 Riverside Drive
Marquette, KS 67464

Tel: 785-546-2294
Fax: 785-546-2200

Email: Kanopolis@usace.army.mil

 

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