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Post Rock Country, Kansas

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With its steep, grassy slopes, Post Rock Country resembles the Yorkshire countryside. Even after more than 100 years, miles and miles of stone fence posts still stand. Here is the original "home on the range," that inspired Dr. Brewster Higley to write one of the most lasting refrains and what came to be the state song of Kansas. In Post Rock Country, you'll unearth one surprise after another. You'll find the unexpected (and the unexplained all circling around the exact Geographic Center of the continental United States.

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Wilson Campgrounds

Five campgrounds are conveniently located around Wilson Lake. The Corps manages three of these campgrounds in Lucas, Minooka, and Sylvan Parks. The Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks manages the two State Parks, Wilson State Park and Otoe Park Area.

, KS Camping

Iron Art

The Iron Indian Display is located 1/2

Ness City, KS Arts


War Memorial

Located in Downtown Wilson in the city park by the railroad right of way is the World Wars Memorial in memory to those soldiers and marines who lost their lives during the wars.

Wilson, KS Memorials

Rolling Hills Wildlife Adventure

A 7,000-pound Indian Rhinoceros, along with exotic snow leopards, orangutans, white rhinos and lemurs are thriving on the Kansas prairie. The zoo is home to more than 80

Salina, KS Zoos

Ellis Parks

Lakeside Campgrounds Located on the banks of Big Creek, offers a serene, picturesque atmosphere. Only a few short blocks from I-70

Ellis, KS Recreation

Plainville Township Lake

Plainville Township Lake is not only a popular fishing spot, but is also the site of the cities annual July 4 fireworks display. Local and area people provide their own displays to compliment the program.

Plainville, KS Recreation

Emanuel Lutheran Church

The Emanuel Lutheran Church was constructed in 1902

WaKeeney, KS Historic Churches

George Washington Carver Memorial Marker

Granite Marker at the Carver Homestead

One of Beeler's most famous pioneer settlers was George Washington Carver, who journeyed by wagon from Highland, Kansas to Eden Township in Ness Countv with J.F. Beeler.

In August 1886, Carver established a claim on the SE ¾ of 4-19- 26

Ness City, KS Memorials

St. Joseph's Kirche

At first, church services for Liebenthal residents were held in homes or in the open air (weather permitting) whenever an itinerate priest would visit the village. The first Roman Catholic church was completed in 1878. By the early 1900s, a larger church building was needed. From 1902 until 1905

Liebenthal, KS Historic Churches

Smoky Hill Vineyards & Winery

Back in 1919, over 250 acres of grapes were planted in the fields around Salina. In those same fields old riding stables have been converted into a winery. Many of the winery'

Salina, KS Wineries

Historic Iron Crosses

Numerous iron cross grave markers are located in the cemeteries throughout Ellis County near the outskirts of the communities. The St. Fidelis Cemetery north of Victoria attracts many visitors because of the unusual iron crosses. Out of town visitors on their way to see the magnificent “

Hays, KS Historic Cemeteries

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