You can almost picture the wagon trains rolling across Kansas, where wheat and alfalfa wave like a golden ocean all the way to the horizon. Start your Kansas camping vacation in Topeka and catch a glimpse of the state’s prairie roots at the nearby 10,000-acre Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve, part of the gently rolling Flint Hills. Then turn your RV toward the wide-open vistas along the Flint Hills National Scenic Byway. In west Kansas, soft rock known as Niobrara Chalk has eroded into bright-white turrets and other unusual landmarks like Monument Rocks.
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Popular Kansas Attractions
Kansas Underground Salt Museum
Lindsborg, "Little Sweden USA"
Fort Larned National Historic Site
Cosmosphere and Space Center
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