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Robin Jennison stands near a possible site of a resort at Clinton Reservoir. Another is on the wooded ridge across the lake.
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Clinton Reservoir could offer resort clients access to more than 10 miles of maintained hiking and biking trails.
Robin Jennison discusses a possible resort at the lake with Megan Hiebert, marina owner.
The lake look-out at Clinton Reservoir.
The marina at Clinton Reservoir could benefit from a resort at the lake.
It's hoped rooms at a resort at Clinton Reservoir would have views like this one from a state park cabin.
Robin Jennison at one of three possible locations for a resort at Clinton Reservoir.
Robin Jennison talks about possible locations for a resort at Clinton Reservoir. One possibility is the wooded point across the lake.
Robin Jennison walks through heavy timber where a resort might be built at Clinton State Park.
Clinton State Park, possible home of a resort, is home to a variety of wildlife.
The wooded ridge at Clinton State Park that is being considered as a location for a resort.
Robin Jennison, Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism secretary, has been a supporter of a resort at Clinton Reservoir since his days in the Kansas legislature in 1999.
A resort at Clinton State Park would give guests access to many miles of trails.
Robin Jennison explains the possible location of a resort on Clinton State Park.
Campers lined up Monday morning at Clinton State Park. One possible site for a resort is at the edge of a major campground.
A look at the marina at Clinton State Park. The ridge behind the marina is the possible site of a resort.
Clinton State Park, possible home of resort, is home to a variety of wildlife.
Much of Clinton State Park is heavily wooded.
A great blue heron flushes at Clinton State Park
Clinton State Park, possible resort site.
Henry's Lake in Clinton State Park.
A great blue heron flushes at Clinton State Park.
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