Strong City, Kansas

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27 - 29 Flint Hills Rodeo - A truly Kansas Tradition, the Flint Hills Rodeo is the oldest consecutive, PRCA-sanctioned rodeo in Kansas. Three performances, Friday 8:00 PM, Saturday, 8:00 PM, and Sunday 2:00 PM. A Cowboy Dance at 10:00 PM Friday night. The annual Rodeo Parade 2:00 PM Saturday afternoon. A second Cowboy Dance at 10:00 p.m. Saturday and Cowboy Church at the arena at 10:45 a.m. Sunday. Join us for an action-packed weekend on the Kansas Prairie!

Address: Rodeo Grounds, US Highway 50 , Strong City, Kansas
Ph: (620) 273-6480 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Admission

29 Annual Rodeo Parade - Don't miss the Flint Hills Rodeo parade held on Saturday afternoon at 2:00p.m., in conjunction with the rodeo held the first weekend in June. The parade starts at Swope Park in Cottonwood Falls and follows a 2 mile route through downtown Cottonwood Falls and Strong City to the rodeo grounds. Each year the parade includes many special guests along with floats, bands, celebrities and hundreds of cowboys and cowgirls.

Address: US Highway 50 , Strong City, Kansas
Ph: (620) 273-6480 (Always call and confirm events)

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Chase County State Fishing Lake

Chase State Fishing Lake and Wildlife Area lies in the center of the scenic Flint Hills region of Kansas. The 109-acre lake was constructed in 1964. The lake and surrounding 383 acre wildlife area are owned and managed by the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks.

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Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve

In 1994 the National Park Trust purchased the 10,894

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Flint Hills Rodeo

The Flint Hills Rodeo is the oldest consecutively run professional rodeo in the state of Kansas. The top cowboys and cowgirls from throughout the midwest compete each year for over $50,000 in six traditional rodeo contests. Plan a spring trip to the "heart of the Kansas Flint Hills"

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The Z Bar/Spring Hill Ranch

When Stephen F. Jones built his home in the 1880's, it was a crowning achievement in his career as a cattleman. Built with hand-cut native limestone, the 11-room house is characteristic of the Second Empire style of 19

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The Santa Fe Depot

The original depot burned in 1902 and was replaced in 1903. In 1913, due in part to the very heavy passenger and freight traffic, a new brick depot trimmed in native cut limestone was built for a cost of $20,000

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WWII History Center

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