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

Trail Rides

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Chase County State Fishing Lake

Chase State Fishing Lake and Wildlife Area is located 3 miles from Strong City and 1.5 miles west of Cottonwood Falls in the center of the scenic Flint Hills region of Kansas. The 109-acre lake was constructed in 1964. The lake and surrounding 383

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Roniger Memorial Museum

The Roniger Brothers, Frank and George, were born in Highland, Madison County, Illinois. They came to Chase County, Kansas, in 1885.

The museum was built to house the Roniger collection of Indian artifacts and other Chase County historical articles and artifacts.

The Roniger Brothers'

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Swope Park

Swope Park consist of 30 acres and includes the Municipal Swimming Pool, Chase County Fair Grounds, Shelter Houses, Lighted Athletic Fields and Playground Equipment.

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Chase County Historical Society Museum & Library

The building that houses the Chase County Historical Society Museum and Library is one of 9 places in Chase County which has been entered on the National Register of Historic Places. The two story building, constructed of native stone, was built in 1882

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Cottonwood River Dam & Bridge

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985, the area at the Cottonwood Dam is a place to enjoy watching the fishing for catfish on the bridge. Stop and listen to the relaxing sound of the falls. North of the river is Bates Grove Park which offers picnic facilities.

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