Engage in the vast beauty of rolling hills and breathtaking views along the Flint Hills in east-central Kansas. This is one of the largest tallgrass prairies left in the world and can still be experienced by visitors through historic attractions, hiking, overnight stays, education, and events. A scenic overlook site is located just south of Cottonwood Falls and includes a panoramic view of the surrounding areas.
"The Flint Hills are an incredible, wonderful, almost magical place. There's no other place like it." Naturalist Jan Jantzen
Soaring and diving from hilltop to valley along one of the quiet country highways through the Flint Hills will quickly challenge your notions of prairie. Flat? Not here. Empty? Not if you look closely.
The continent's largest remaining tract of tallgrass is also one of America's unique places, harboring a wealth of adventure, beauty, and history. The region's sweeping horizons and carpets of wildflowers captivate artists and enchant visitors.