Fall Is The Perfect Time To Visit This Historic Town In Kansas

Did you know that Yoder, Kansas has about 400 residents and is the largest Amish community in Kansas? This is one of the reasons you should plan a visit to this historic town in the fall.

Along with experiencing what life is like in an Amish town, you might be surprised to see how much technology like tractors are used when you visit this unique community. And aside from traditional horses and carriages, you’ll also see Amish people in Yoder driving cars and trucks.

If you’d like to get more immersed in what life is like in this historic town, plan to attend Yoder’s Heritage Day. This annual event takes place the 4th Saturday in August; right before the start of the fall season.

During these uncertain times, please keep safety in mind and consider adding destinations to your bucket list to visit at a later date.

 

To learn more about other historic towns in Kansas after you’ve spent time at Yoder, check out this article: 11 Historic Towns In Kansas That Will Transport You To The Past.

Address: Yoder, KS 67543, USA