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In the Sunflower State, the fishing ranges from reeling bluegill after bluegill toward the bank of a farm pond to hooking a trophy largemouth from a sleek bass boat cruising one of the state’s big...
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From awe-inspiring national grasslands and well-kept state parks to ranches and pristine refuges, adventure awaits in western Kansas.
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The Flint Hills region, one of the last true prairies in North America, is a rare reminder of the time when open grasslands covered vast expanses of our continent.
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Kansas highways and byways take travelers to historic sites, breathtaking river views, small towns and more.
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Follow our guide to find plenty to see and do minutes from Kansas’ 424 miles of Interstate-70. You can explore a wildlife area, step into the past or stretch your legs on a prairie trail.
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Play cowboy at a working ranch, discover six-shooter duels, and walk in the tracks of Wyatt Earp on a family vacation in Kansas.
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Oakley, Colby and Goodland offer I-70 travelers more than just a place to gas up, eat and overnight. First-class museums, giant artwork and natural wonders make for a destination getaway.
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You don't need a student I.D. to appreciate Manhattan. Kansas State University’s vibrant hometown easily fills a weekend, but take time to explore nearby towns.
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Founded in 1867 as a railroad stop near a frontier fort, Hays, an I-70 community of 20,000, tempts with a mix of specialty shops, restaurants, historic attractions and a top-notch museum.
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A top-notch botanical garden, museums and vibrant warehouse district draw visitors to Wichita.

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