Historic Lake Scott State Park To Host Youth Day

SCOTT CITY – Live snakes, shotgun and BB gun instruction, and 3-D target archery shooting are all on the agenda for the 2018 Southwest Kansas Youth Day at Historic Lake Scott State Park on Sunday, Sept. 23. All youth ages 16 and younger are invited to enjoy the outdoor skills instruction and demonstrations from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Historic Lake Scott State Park is located 11 miles north of Scott City, 101 West Scott Lake Drive, 67817.

Lunch will be provided, and registered participants will get a free event t-shirt.

A variety of prizes will be given away during the day, including mentored hunts, shotguns and pellet guns for youth ages 9-16, and a separate set of prizes for youth ages 9 and younger.

For more information, and to register for this event, contact Manuel Torres at (620) 966-8570 or by e-mail at manuel.torres@ks.gov.

The event is made possible by Extreme Fowl, Pheasants Forever and the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism.