TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) _ Visitors to state parks and lakes in Kansas now have a mobile app to help them find their way around.
The state Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism has launched a free app called the Kansas State Parks Pocket Ranger.
The program has interactive GPS and mapping technology for trails, waypoints and landmarks at state parks. It also has features to assist with locating visitors in case of an emergency.
The app is available at www.pocketranger.com and on iTunes.
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