In The Bag June 2018

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Summer Vacation Ideas

Invest in Movie Nights 3 Fathers Who Risked It All for Their Kids

Master Your Golf Game Father’s Day Chili Lime Chicken Wings

3 Summer Attractions in Our State

How Kansas Keeps Cool in the Summer 3 Can’t-Miss Attractions

This time of year, we’re looking for ways to stay cool! Luckily, there are several options right here in the Wichita area. Nothing beats the heat like a dip in local waters. Here are a few family activities to dive into this summer without leaving the state.

the park, which is home to many native plants and animals — so keep your eye out for a deer or two while you’re there. Don’t forget to bring your fishing pole, because Fall River contains its fair share of fish and is an ideal spot for both junior and experienced wranglers.

ROCK RIVER RAPIDS Derby, Kansas

GEARY LAKE FALLS Junction City, Kansas

Only 20 minutes from Wichita, this water park is enjoyable for the whole family. There’s something for all levels of thrill seeker, from the lazy river and lap pool for the fans of leisure to the big waterslides for the more adventurous swimmers. The park opens May 28, and seasonal passes are currently available.

Located a couple hours from Wichita and several miles south of

Junction City, this lesser-known but picturesque waterfall is best seen when there’s plenty of water flowing. Any time after a summer rainstorm is the perfect time to visit. After heavy rain, water from the Geary State Fishing Lake finds its outlet by cascading over the falls, creating a spillover that’s beautiful to behold. Bring your camera and good hiking shoes — the trek may be muddy — to experience this natural wonder.

FALL RIVER STATE PARK Greenwood County, Kansas

When you want to head a little farther out of town, travel about an hour and a half to this state park nestled next to the Flint Hills. Here, you can cool off in the Fall River while enjoying the natural beauty of Kansas. Canoeing is a popular pastime at this location, and a number of campsites and cabins are available within the 980-acre park, creating the perfect opportunity to make a weekend out of your visit. Six hiking trails will take you to various sections of

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