Cities

Cities in Kansas range from the major metropolitan areas to the nicest small towns you’ll ever visit. 

Kansas communities bear such distinctions as Little Sweden, Midway USA, and the Disc Golf Capital of the World. Historical influences like Dwight D. Eisenhower, Amelia Earhart, Walter Chrysler, and Charles Curtis called Kansas home.

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Abilene

Named one of the top 20 “best small towns to visit” by Smithsonian Magazine, Abilene is the hometown of 5-Star General and 34th…

Council Grove

Nestled in the Flint Hills alongside the Neosho River, Council Grove received its name August 10, 1825, when the US Commissioners met with…

Oberlin

This town of only about 1,700 will surprise you with it’s fun boutiques, nice restaurants and a mercantile refurbished to replicate…

Baxter Springs

Baxter Springs, with a population of approximately 4,000 is located in extreme southeast Kansas in Cherokee County. In 1926, Baxter…

Winfield

Located in the rolling hills of southeast Kansas and edging the Kansas Flint Hills sits Winfield, Kansas. 

Dodge City

Head ‘em up and move ‘em out!  Grab your hat and boots for a western adventure in Dodge City.

Emporia

Welcome to Emporia Kansas! Treat yourself to something special…

Humboldt

Located in the middle of everywhere, Humboldt has it. We are a city that cares about revitalization, our history, having fun, making things…

Medicine Lodge

Known as the “Gateway to the Gyp Hills,” Medicine Lodge is a unique and historic community established in 1873.

Lindsborg

Lindsborg is a small city located in McPherson County and just a few miles south of Salina.  The city is known for its association with…

Pittsburg

Pittsburg is in the southeast corner of Kansas. This city hosts Little Balkans Days, a celebration of the community’s European ethnic…

Hays

Come to Hays to experience opportunities you won’t find anywhere else in Kansas. With a revitalized downtown you can enjoy award…

Matfield Green

Art and history abound in the small community of Matfield Green. Don’t let the population of 45 deter your visit.

Greensburg

Greensburg is a unique city, boasting a distinct history, and a bright future. Though we are most widely known for the tornado that…

Iola

Iola sits at the crossroads of U.S. Route 54 and U.S. Route 169, nestled between Kansas’s Flint Hills and Missouri’s Ozarks…

Liberal

Located in the southwestern corner of Kansas, Liberal is the self-proclaimed home of Dorothy’s house from The Land of Oz.

Leavenworth

Leavenworth is the “First City of Kansas” and was incorporated in 1854. Leavenworth became nationally known as the…

Wellington

Wellington, Kansas is a lovely community only 30 minutes south of Wichita via Interstate 35 or US Highway 81. Located in the heart of Sumner…

Parsons

Rife with historical ties to the pre-civil war era and the western expansion of the early American railroad, Parsons was named after Levi…

Phillipsburg

We would like to welcome you to Phillipsburg, a place many have called home for generations! We find that people like Phillipsburg for many…

WaKeeney

Welcome to WaKeeney, located halfway between Kansas City and Denver on I-70. The site for WaKeeney was selected in 1879 by the Chicago Land…

Cottonwood Falls

Nestled in the heart of the Flint Hills and situated along the breathtaking Flint Hills National Scenic Byway, Cottonwood Falls showcases…

Colby

We are a progressive agricultural community with many interesting and fun attractions. Our Prairie Museum of Art and History is also home to…

Goodland

Goodland citizens claim this is where Kansas starts!  Goodland offers friendly people knowledgeable on more than five parks, museums…

Garden City

Garden City attractions include Buffalo Dunes Golf Course, Finney County Fair, Lee Richard Zoo and the Tumbleweed Festival just to name a…

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