A unique and historic community nestled at the edge of the scenic Gypsum Hills, Medicine Lodge offers visitors an escape they won't regret.
Check in first at the Stockade Museum and Carry Nation Home to experience local history in person. Local guides at the museum gift shop will be happy to help you plan your stay.
The area offers trophy deer hunting, fishing, camping, biking and hiking for outdoor enthusiasts. Unique shopping, public art, home-owned eateries and quaint bed and breakfasts await as well.
MSN declared the nearby Gypsum Hills Scenic Byway the "best scenic byway in Kansas," and no traveler should miss the drive west of town. For the more adventurous, an additional back-roads "Scenic Drive" gives sightseers a more up-close look at this area, one of Kansas' best kept secrets. Plan your other stops along the Gypsum Hills Scenic Byway here.
Medicine Lodge is home to the legendary Peace Treaty Festival and Pageant: a festival, a historical pageant and a tradition that pays homage to the land and the people who have claimed Medicine Lodge as their own throughout the centuries. This annual festival takes place every September in the prairie setting of Memorial Peace Park, just east of Medicine Lodge.
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