Cimarron National Grassland

(620) 697-4621
242 E Hwy 56, PO Box 300, Elkhart, KS 67950
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23 miles of historic Santa Fe Trail crosses the 108,000 acres of the Cimarron National Grassland. Today you can still see ruts and the site where freight wagons camped at Middle Spring and used Point of Rocks as lookout point from 1821-1880. With a beautiful view of the surrounding area, Point of Rocks is just one of the many stops in the Grassland that will take your breath away. Tours can be arranged or the adventurous can don hiking boots and head out on their own and experience nature at its finest. Self-tour booklets and more information can be obtained through the Grassland's website or their local office located in Elkhart.

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