The Ultimate Kansas Hidden Gem Road Trip Will Take You To 10 Incredible Little-Known Spots In The State
Hidden gems are often left behind on most road trip lists in Kansas. However, we know just how cool they can really be. Whether you’re looking to make trips from scratch or just add to preexisting ideas, we’re here with a few suggestions. Listed below are 10 hidden gems in Kansas that are great road trip destinations. You’ll want to stop and visit each one.
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Have you ever visited any of these hidden gems in Kansas? If so, please share your experience(s) with us in the comments. Also, if there are any other hidden gems in Kansas that belong on this road trip, let us know.
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What are three Kansas hidden gems that belong on everyone's bucket list?
There are several hidden gems in Kansas that are some of the most unique you'll ever experience including the three listed below. Each one of these hidden gems belongs on your bucket list.
Rock City Park is a small five-acre park in Minneapolis. It features more than 200 concretion formations, which are much harder than most rock formations. Some of them are even as large as 27 feet in diameter. Amazing!
Johnson County Arts & Heritage Center in Overland Park is a museum with a model 1950s All-Electric Home on display. It was built in 1953 by a local electric company and is used to show us what life was like during that time era for most people.
The C.W. Parker Carousel Museum in Leavenworth was founded in 2005. It features several carousels including one that guests can take a ride on that's more than 100 years old.
What is one of the best little-known places in Kansas that's perfect for a family day trip?
Kansas offers many great places for a family day trip. One of these places, in particular, is the Maxwell Wildlife Refuge. The Maxwell Wildlife Refuge is located in Canton and covers 2,650 acres. It's home to one of the world's only remaining herds of American Bison. During your visit, you might also see elk grazing on the land. Tours of Kansas' Maxwell Wildlife Refuge are available all year long by reservation. Animal lovers of all ages enjoy visiting this wildlife refuge.