Kansas - The Sunflower State

While some may say that Kansas is "flat as a pancake," and maybe some parts of it are, it's also just "flat great!"

Interestingly, Kansas has six designated scenic byways, three of them named for the hills in which they are located: Flint Hills, Glacial Hills and Gypsum Hills.
To truly see and appreciate the state, one must venture off of I-70 and meander down a few back roads where they might see some interesting geographical features in places called Castle Rock and Twin Butte in Western Kansas. Or, in northeast Kansas, one can almost taste the adventure in old riverfront cities such as Atchison and White Cloud.

Regions, Counties & Towns

Regions, Counties & Towns

Archtecture, Building Types & More

Archtecture, Building Types & More

Ghost Towns & Forts

Ghost Towns & Forts

National Landmarks & Sites

National Landmarks & Sites

People

People

Route 66

Route 66

Santa Fe Trail

Santa Fe Trail

Scenes & Landscape

Scenes & Landscape

Toodling Thru Kansas

Toodling Thru Kansas