Keith Sebelius Lake is a man-made reservoir located 2.5 miles (4.0 km) upstream from Norton, Kansas on the high plains of northwest Kansas. It is filled by the Prairie Dog creek. It was built and is still operated by the Bureau of Reclamation for purposes of flood control, supplying water to the city of Norton, and irrigation.The lake is bordered to its northeast and southeast by the Prairie Dog State Park; providing 1,150 acres (470 ha) of recreational activities including hunting, fishing, camping, and hiking. Attractions of the park include a living prairie dog community and the last standing original adobe house in Kansas.The Lake is situated in central Norton County, 2.5 miles (4.0 km) upstream on the Prairie Dog creek from Norton Kansas. It is surrounded almost entirely by shortgrass prairie.

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