Wallace

The city of Wallace is located on US-40 near the junction point of two major byways in Kansas: the Western Vistas Historic Byway and the Land & Sky Scenic Byway Originally founded under the name Fort Wallace, now the city of Wallace, it was named after General William Wallace, shortly after the end of the civil war. Wallace started as a safe haven for settlers traversing through the western high plains. A city that once was a safe haven for settlers, is now a safe haven for history, as the city contains the Fort Wallace Museum and the Fort Wallace Cemetery which are must-see sites for history buffs!

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Sports + Outdoors

Making tracks

Up for a challenge? How about a 51-mile bike ride through Eastern Kansas? Or maybe you can turn that…

History + Culture

Vast Vista's Greet you on the Byway

Vast is the word that strikes a traveler on the Western Vistas Historic Byway . It is very nearly the only way to describe the open plains…

Sports + Outdoors

Where it Really Started

Before the Civil War — before Gettysburg, before Shiloh, before Fredericksburg, even before Confederate cannonballs rained down on…

Sports + Outdoors

Wide open spaces

An endless horizon that stretches to infinity in every direction. Vast grasslands filled with…

Attractions

Amazing Attractions in Northwest Kansas

Things can get rocky in northwest Kansas, where the chalky pillars and craggy canyons of Little Jerusalem Badlands State Park, Arikaree…

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