Travel Information Centers

Kansas Travel Information Centers

Kansas Tourism manages two state travel information centers (TIC). The Goodland TIC is located at I-70 East Milepost 7. The Belle Plaine TIC is located on the turnpike 10 miles south of Wichita.

TIC staff greet over 200,000 visitors annually and assist the visitor with travel directions, road conditions, and lodging reservations. Computers are available for visitors to access  Tourism communities, attractions, and visitor services are promoted at the TICs. Using printed promotional materials, backlit, and community showcase and refreshment host activity, the staff will engage the visitor in conversation to encourage them to extend their travel days in Kansas. 

Over 400 tourism travel guides, brochures, and rack cards are approved for distribution through our state-managed TICs. We have eight backlit spots at the Goodland TIC and 11 backlit spots at the Belle Plaine TIC. The backlit provides additional exposure for communities that participate in the program. Both TICs promote individual communities through our Community Showcase Program. The Goodland TIC provides an additional marketing opportunity through the Refreshment Host Program. 

You may access information and enroll in these programs here:

The TICs are open year-round except on New Year's Day, Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. Hours include:

May 15 through September 15, 8:00 am - 6:00 pm

September 16 through May 14, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Belle Plaine Travel Information Center
Christy Scott - Supervisor
770 N. I-35
Belle Plaine, KS 67013-8293
Ph: (620) 326-5123

Located on I-35 Kansas Turnpike Milepost 26; Accessible from both northbound and southbound lanes

Goodland Travel Information Center
Mona Carver - Supervisor
I-70 East Milepost 7
Goodland, KS 67735-0618
Ph: (785) 899-6695

Located on I-70 at Milepost 7; Accessible from eastbound lanes only

*All brochure deliveries to the Belle Plaine TIC must be made through UPS or FEDX only.  The USPS does not deliver to the Belle Plaine TIC location.

**If you must use USPS, contact Christy Scott directly for details. 


Kansas has implemented a Community Travel Information Center Program (C-TIC). To become a C-TIC, review the guidelines and application.

You may view a list of current C-TICs here: community-owned centers.

Please contact Mona Carver if you have questions or would like further information about the State Travel Information Centers, TIC marketing opportunities, or the C-TIC program.


Mona Carver Travel Information Centers Manager