The quiet ranching community of Cambridge is a peaceful place to raise a family.
It may be small in population, but is an active, family-based community. Neighborhood block parties, cookouts and other family events are commonplace. Church and senior citizens organizations sponsor many of the plentiful events and activities in the community.
This tightly knit community stays connected and works together to make Cambridge a delightful place to live and raise a family.
Historical buildings such as the bank building and former service station and Masonic meeting hall built in 1931, flank the downtown and are constructed of local limestone. Another fun example is the old public limestone toilets alongside the highway.
Like its limestone buildings, the Cambridge community and its families
Cambridge is located on US 160 highway, in the northeastern part of Cowley County. The town is located on a beautiful site in the Flint Hills, bordered by Cedar Creek. The paved county road leading north past the former school turns into a scenic drive, eventually ending in Butler County.