Kansas National Parks Map
highlights the geographical location of various historic sites and natural reserves of the state. The Kansas state map is also an important indicator of all the national parks of the state.
Tallgrass Prairie National Reserve which is situated on the Flint Hills of Kansas state showcases the inherent ecosystem along with the cultural traits of the place. Fort Scott National Historic Site is another significant park of Kansas which consists of a restored tallgrass prairie of five acres, one parade ground and 20 structures of historic significance. Brown versus Board of Education National Historic Site located in the capital city of Kansas – Topeka – is known for the end of racial discrimination from the public schools of America as per the decision of the Supreme Court of United States in the year 1954. Nicodemus National historic site is yet another prime location of Kansas which is recognized as the oldest African American town established after the Civil War. Fort Larned National Historic Site built in 1859, Pony Express National Historic Trail, Lewis and Clark National historic Trail and Oregon National historic Trail are the other well-known parks of Kansas state. All the national parks of Kansas are associated with some or other important historic event.