TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) _ Kansas has launched a new system for
reserving cabins and camp sites as state parks, fishing lakes and
The state Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism says its
online reservation service _ http://www.ksoutdoors.com _ makes it
easier to find available cabins and camp sites.
The agency temporarily stopped taking reservations online or by
phone at the start of the month so that its new system could get up
and running. A San Diego-based company, Active Network, is working
with the Kansas agency to provide the system.
Wildlife and Parks officials say only about half of all camp
sites and cabins will be available for online reservations. The
rest will be set aside for visitors to claim on the spot.
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