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St. Francis, the City of Lights

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Visit downtown St. Francis for beautiful lights, great shopping and the chance to sit on Santa's knee. A drive through the city will reveal some home lighting displays that will knock your socks off!

Highlights: Christmas in St. Francis begins with the annual Light Parade on the Friday after Thanksgiving at 6 p.m. (top right). It features businesses' and individuals' floats all decked out in lights and making the trip down Main Street. Then, on the four Friday nights preceding Christmas, stores stay open with special deals, and Santa makes an appearance on Main Street to listen to everyone's Christmas wishes.

Day after Thanksgiving through Christmas.

St. Francis, the City of Lights


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St. Francis City Campground

The St. Francis City Campground and Rest Area is located just adjacent and behind the Cheyenne County Museum and welcomes travelers at no charge. There are electrical hookups, drinking water, showers and restrooms, sanitary dump station, and handicapped accessible.

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Duckland

The park offers families a unique opportunity to picnic and observe geese, ducks, and beaver on small ponds.

St. Francis, KS Parks

Arikaree Breaks Driving Tour

The breaks, located on the extreme northern edge of Cheyenne County, are 36 miles long and approximately two to three miles wide. This area of extremely rough terrain, with its deep ravines and gullies is a marked contrast to the plains generally associated with the area. The breaks were formed 9,00

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Sawhill Park

Features one of the last bandshells in Kansas with its unique acoustics.

St. Francis, KS Amphitheaters

Ye Olde Country Church

The Church was built by the First German Evangelical Lutheran Immanuel Church congregation in 1914. The original pump organ that was purchased and placed in the church in 1914

St. Francis, KS Historic Churches

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