Kaw River State Park is a state park in Topeka, Kansas, USA. Kaw River, the only urban type state park in Kansas, is relatively small at 76 acres (31 ha). The property was donated to the state in 2005 and officially opened to the public on September 4, 2010, making it the most recent unit of the Kansas State Park service.
Located on the bank of the Kansas River in Topeka, the Kaw River State Park adjacent and west of Cedar Crest (location of the Kansas Governor's mansion, and the well developed 244-acre (99 ha) MacLennan Park) and just NE of the Kansas Wildlife & Parks Region 2 Office. To the west of the Kaw River State Park there are additional developed trails with some extreme terrain, however, this is posted private land and the owners have asked the public to stay out.
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