Nestled in the Mill Creek Valley, at the foot of the picturesque Kansas Flint Hills, is the small town of Paxico. The beginning of Paxico dates back to the mid 1800\'s and was once part of the Pottawatomie Indian Reservation.
Currently historic Paxico is home to eleven unique shops, a campground and RV park, a winery, two eateries and an art studio. Our quaint shops feature a large selection of quality antiques, stoves, quilts, collectibles, American furniture and primitives.
For the traveler, Mill Creek Campgrounds is a natural beauty spot along Mill Creek, where you can enjoy fishing, swimming, canoeing, a picnic or just enjoy the natural wildlife. Also for the motorist traveling through is a full-service station with an experienced mechanic on duty most days.
While in Paxico, you can enjoy a tasty meal at one of several eating places, including the friendly Ramblin\' Rose Cafe and the Mill Creek Bar & Grill.
And just down the road you\'ll find Wyldewood Cellars Winery where visitors are encouraged to spend time sampling a selection of fine wines. Also at the winery is a gift shop featuring Kansas hand-crafted gifts, candies, jellies, meats, cheeses, famous elderberry products, Kansas gift baskets and T-shirts.
Whatever the season, a stroll through Paxico is an opportunity to spend the day shopping, browsing, and perhaps discovering a unique treasure among the extraordinary.
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Video tour of Aunt Peg's Country Bank Antiques, 206 Main St, Paxico, Kansas.
Watching a freight train rolling through Paxico, Kansas.
The Flint Hills of Kansas. Right outside Paxico.
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