Southeast Kansas - "For The Free"
In Southeast Kansas, you can live freely. This is where Beautiful rock formations create beautiful outdoor experiences for the Table Mound Hiking Trail at Elk City State Park. Thirteen miles of the Route 66 Byway wraps around the Ozark Plateau. It's also where history buffs can explore Kansas’s Civil War history on the 168-mile-long Frontier Military Historic Byway.
Whether you are caught up in the chicken wars in Pittsburg, touring the Fort Scott National Historic Site, or biking the Prairie Spirit Trail, you're almost assured of having a wonderful time out here. Get ready for your Southeast Kansas adventure. We've got a complete list of the top museums, local food, shops, art, and outdoor experiences in the area.
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The Gordon Parks Museum highlights the life and work of Kansas-born photographer Gordon Parks… Read More
At Mine Creek in 1864 a large body of Union cavalry swept down on the rear of Confederate General… Read More
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Located on the 1st floor of the John E. King Hall. These exhibitions provide visitors the… Read More