Kansas state parks took a $1 million hit to their pocketbook this summer thanks to Mother Nature. Officials report that flooding was the main factor behind the loss.
Last year, the state parks made about $4.7 million in park fees from May to August. This year, that number was $3.6 million, a significant drop in revenue of more than $1 million.
FOX Kansas News reporter Tiffany Lane spoke with officials who say they won't know the full economic impact for quite sometime. You can see that report in the video posted above.