We had the delightful opportunity of partnering with travel blogger One Delightful Life. She traveled to each one of our 17 communities along Kansas I-70 with the mission of sharing with you how much there is to see and do in Kansas.
It’s once again that magical time of year! Many of our Kansas I-70 communities have unique holiday experiences, parades, and tree displays for you and your family to discover. We’ve put together a Holiday Event Guide so you can plan your trip.
The holiday shopping season is in full swing! Our Kansas I-70 communities have so many small businesses that would love your support. We’ve compiled a list to help you get started.
Across Kansas there are many great hiking trails to be found, and Kansas I-70 gives you direct access to many of them. Our I-70 communities have put together a list of the best hiking trails for you to enjoy. So jump in the car and take a drive to one of communities below, enjoy your hike, and then take some time to enjoy what each location has to offer.
Soon leaves will be changing and fall will be in the air! This is a great season to get out there and explore all that Kansas has to offer. From sunflower fields and fall festivals to Ocktoberfest and the Renaissance Festival, Kansas has something for everyone!
There is nothing more American that an old fashioned country fair. July and August in Kansas means that it’s Fair Season! Kansas fairs offer great food, rides, animal exhibitions, parades, rodeos, and so much more. So check out our Fair & Festival Blog and plan on making a few stops this summer at our great Kansas Fairs.
Beat the heat this summer with one of our fantastic Kansas I-70 swimming pools. Swimmers will be delighted with the variety of activities that our unique pools offer. We invite you to visit and cool off in our lazy rivers, water play features, water slides and adult lap pools.
Summer travel is heating up just in time for 4th of July. Many of our communities across Kansas I-70 are planning celebrations and welcome you to attend. So hit the road to celebrate freedom this Fourth of July.
One of my favorite parts of golfing is getting the opportunity to experience a new course. The challenge of new terrain, course design, and planning how to play through a new hole all are part of a great golfing experience. Kansas I-70 Association has compiled a Golf Guide of courses you can try from across the Kansas I-70 region. So get out there and plan your golf adventure!
May 10-16th is American Craft Beer Week and we have 13 craft breweries to celebrate in our region. Each brewery has their own style, flavors and unique atmospheres. Stop by any of these fine establishments while traveling across Kansas I-70 and experience a delicious artisanal beer.
Whether you like to go glamping, rent a cabin, pack your RV, or prefer a rustic tent site, our Kansas I-70 campgrounds have the perfect spot for you. Our I-70 communities have a lot to offer you on your outdoor escape including world-class fishing, hiking, mountain biking, boating, horseback riding, and even massages. So pack your gear and hit the road!
It’s officially wedding planning season and we have created a list of the best wedding venues across Kansas I-70. Our communities offer the bride and groom-to-be a wide variety of venues to choose from. From vineyards to modern buildings and Victorian homes to country style weddings we have something to offer everyone.
The Kansas weather just seems to be getting colder this week! If you are traveling Kansas I-70 this week you’ll need to take a break and warm up. We are happy to share these local coffee shops with you.
There are just a few days until WaKeeney, Kansas celebrates their 70th year as The Christmas City of the High Plains on November 28th. This tradition started in 1950 when a handmade 35-foot tree was created to adorn the center of town.
Fall is here and its the perfect time to explore the communities of Kansas I-70. We’ve compiled a list of our favorite ways to enjoy all that there is to offer across our state. Fall in Love with Kansas I-70…
There is something to do for everyone this weekend along Kansas I-70. Get out there and explore!
If you take a drive across Kansas in late August and early September you will be delighted by the Kansas sunflower farms. In some areas there are sunflowers as far as the eye can see. As the official state flower, sunflowers are a favorite of travelers and locals. Some of the farms are open to the public and make for great photos.
One of the best things about being in Kansas is having access to local farmers and farmers markets. For more than 50 years Kansas I-70 has helped Kansas farmers get their products to their customers. Take a drive down I-70 and treat yourself to fresh local produce, farm fresh eggs, handmade items, fresh baked breads and desserts, spices and more.
We all love to indulge in a sweet treat from time to time! Traveling along I-70 you’ll come across many opportunities to try a new sweet treat or once again enjoy a favorite. We’ve compiled a list of some of our favorite sweet treats you can find along Kansas I-70.
For most of us this summer will be a lot different than our past summers. With COVID-19 many people are looking for outdoor adventures that they can do safely while social distancing. We’ve put together a list of great outdoor escapes that you can do this summer along Kansas I-70.
If you’re looking to get out for a daytime excursion, Kansas City, Kansas just may surprise you with its exploration opportunities and budget friendly options for everyone.
Whether you’ve been together for ten months or married for ten years – maintaining a healthy relationship and finding ways to connect, especially in the midst of a world crisis, is important. During a time where social distancing is encouraged, you may be feeling stumped on ways to celebrate your love. With a tiny bit of forethought, you can still have the perfect date night even if it’s just dinner or taking a romantic stroll.
Here are five date-night ideas you can do right now in Kansas City, KS while maintaining social distancing: