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Flames in the Flint Hills Outdoor Adventure

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Event# 620-274-4357.

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Once a year, the Kansas Flint Hills are alight with fire - an annual rite of Spring. Range land is burned to fertilize the soil and promote new growth. Prairie chickens are boooming - singing and dancing their ancient mating ritual.

Experience this dramatic pageant first hand with this package of outdoor events in the heart of the scenic Kansas Flint Hills.

You will get a taste of the pioneer life with a covered wagon ride and campfire brunch with Country Boys Carriage Rides and Prairie Adventures at the Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve . You will burn the prairie at Josh and Gwen Hoy of the Flying W Ranch. They have been hosting this event for the past 5 years.

Flames in the Flint Hills Outdoor Adventure

Address : Chase County Cottonwood Falls KS
Phone : 620-274-4357.   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : Packages available

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