Find Adventure

From sunsets to speedways, and everything in between! Kansas I-70 is your destination for hunting adventures, athletic events, camping, and the outdoors.

 

Goodland – Exits 17 & 19


  • Hunting

    Sherman County is a paradise for pheasant and deer hunters. Learn more...

  • Sherman County Speedway

    Dare to watch dirt-track racing. The speedway’s season runs from April through September. Watch racers in multiple classes contend for the checkered flag. Learn more...

  • Soldiers Memorial County Park

    The refurbished park includes a newly-filled, soon-to-be stocked lake, disc golf course, nature trail, camping, playground and picnic areas. Learn more...


 

Colby – Exits 53 & 54


  • Villa High

    For a fun day fishing, picnicking, and playing with the entire family, this is the place to come. We are in the process of upgrading the whole park. A great place to bring the kids or an entire family reunion. Learn more...

  • Colby Trap Club

    Whether you prefer trap or skeet, you will enjoy this awesome facility for shooting sports. Lessons available. Learn more...

  • Colby Walking Trails

    Currently over 2 miles of trails connect the poolside park, down past the college. Well lit for evening strolls, a safe and beautiful walkway. Learn more...

  • Geocaching

    The oldest geocache is not to far from Colby located in Mingo, Kansas. Learn more...


 

Oakley – Exits 70 & 76


  • Annie Oakley Park

    Play a round of disc golf at Annie Oakley Park. Walk the trail, have a picnic lunch, or just relax in the park. Learn more...

  • Smoky Valley Ranch hiking trails

    Take the one mile or five mile loop along the trail and enjoy the rugged terrain of the short grass prairie. Learn more...

  • Hunting

    Oakley lies the heart of the western high plains of Kansas. This region an ideal habitat for hunting ring-necked pheasant, wild turkey, whitetail and mule deer. Learn more...


 

Wakeeney – Exits 127 & 128


  • Cedar Bluff State Park, Reservoir, & Wildlife Area

    Cedar Bluff is named after the 100-foot tall, cedar-covered, limestone bluffs which rise above the south shoreline. It is comprised of over 15,000 acres of water and wildlife area. Cedar Bluff is located 13 miles south of I-70 Exit 135 The Bluff Overlook on the south shore provides a spectacular view of the area and is a great location from which to view wildlife. Learn more...

  • Big Creek Golf Course

    Discover this great 9-hole golf course in Northwest Kansas which offers several elevation changes which you wouldn’t expect to find on a prairie course. This course features longer, more open fairways; watered greens and tees; buffalo grass fairways; a native rough; a great practice facility with a large driving range and putting green; and cart rentals. The course is a mile south of I-70 Exit 127. Learn more...

  • Hunting & Fishing Paradise, Trego County and Cedar Bluff Reservoir

    Trego County, located in Northwest Kansas along I-70, is considered a hunter’s paradise. Hunters will find some of the best pheasant, quail, and dove hunting in the nation. Trego County offers outstanding deer hunting as well – both mule and white-tail deer. Wild turkey, prairie chicken, and waterfowl are also abundant. Cedar Bluff Reservoir offers excellent fishing for wipers, white bass, crappie, and walleye. Learn more...


 

Hays – Exits 157 & 159


  • Bickle-Schmidt Sports Complex

    The Bickle-Schmidt Sports Complex features eight baseball/softball fields with 300’ fences, bullpens, two concession/restroom facilities, covered spectator seating, playground features, and state-of-the-art ball fields with lights. It also includes eight full size soccer/football fields. Learn more...

  • Rodeo Fun

    Since 1964, The FHSU Rodeo Club & Team have provided students with valuable opportunities to hone their skills in an arena environment hosting the N.I.R.A. rodeo. The Ellis County Fair also hosts an annual K.P.R.A. rodeo. Learn more

  • Hunting

    Hays is surrounded by prime walk-in hunting areas full of deer, pheasants, quail, and other small game. Hays serves as a great overnight location for hunters with over 1,000 hotel rooms, more than 60 restaurants, and plenty of hunting outfitters. Learn more...


 

Russell County – EXITS 180, 184, 189 & 206


  • Wilson State Park

    Located in the heart of the Smoky Hills, Wilson State Park is considered by many to be the most beautiful in the state. Wilson Reservoir features a rugged shoreline punctuated by scenic cliffs and rocky outcrops. The park and surrounding wildlife area offer the opportunity to view and photograph deer, pheasant, waterfowl, songbirds, and furbearers. Learn more...

  • Post Rock Scenic Byway

    Over the Smoky Hills of weathered bedrock, the Post Rock Scenic Byway winds through fields, pastures and prairie. The landscape’s unique beauty and challenges required pioneers to earn their space here. And the legacy of their creativity and resourcefulness lives on. Learn more...

  • Garden of Eden

    Civil War veteran Samuel P. Dinsmoor built this visionary art environment, a stone log cabin surrounded by three-story concrete sculptures. His political views take the form of dimensional tableus, a sort of 3D political cartoon, reflecting his Populist Party leanings and Masonic background. Built from 1905 through the 1930s, this National Register of Historic Places site is nationally recognized example of vernacular art and architecture. Learn more...


 

Salina – EXITS 244, 250, 252 & 258


  • Salina Fieldhouse

    Completed in July 2017, the Salina Fieldhouse is a 68,500 sq. ft. indoor sports facility located in downtown Salina. The facility features several multi-purpose surfaces, including hardwood, synthetic and portable turf. Learn more...

  • Tony’s Pizza Events Center

    Nicknamed “Mid-America’s Meeting Place”, Tony’s Pizza Events Center features a 30,000 sq ft, 6,500 seat arena and can accommodate basketball, two courts for volleyball, rodeos, concerts, conventions, trade shows and much more! Learn more...

  • Jerry Ivy Park

    Community Park named after a local fallen police officer. This park features a playground, kids’ spray park, beautiful scenery and tennis and basketball courts. Learn more...


 

ABILENE – EXITS 272 & 275


  • Eisenhower Park

    Developed as a Works Progress Administration project and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Eisenhower Park features a rose garden, bandshell, municipal pool, skate park, lighted volleyball, tennis and basketball courts. In 1952, Eisenhower kicked off his presidential campaign from this park. Learn more...

  • Brown’s Park

    Located just south of Abilene off Highway 15, Brown Memorial Park offers nature trails, including views of a natural waterfall, disc golf and camping and picnic opportunities. Learn more...


 

JUNCTION CITY – EXITS 295-301


  • Rolling Meadows Golf Course

    Rolling Meadows Golf Course, rated 4 1 per 2 Stars by Golf Digest as one of the top places to play golf in Kansas, stretches over 160 acres of north central Kansas. Learn more...

  • Acorns Resort

    Choose the experiences you want during your stay at Acorns Resort. They offer a variety of options, to include pontoon boat rentals, hiking and biking trails, sandy swimming beaches, kayak and canoe rentals, picnic shelters, team building, photography tours, stand-up paddle board rentals and fishing guide service. Learn more...

  • School Creek Off-Road Vehicle Area

    Get your motorcycles and ATVs ready….the School Creek Off-Road Vehicle Area is full of trails for the beginner to the expert! Did I say “full of trails” – what I meant to say, “It has more trails then you can imagine.” Learn more...


 

MANHATTAN – EXITS 303 & 313


  • Tuttle Creek State Park

    Tuttle Creek State Park offers visitors a wide variety of outdoor recreation options from camping, fishing, hiking, paddling, boating, and archery. With 1,250-acres to explore, the bird watching and other wildlife viewing is amazing. Learn more...

  • Wildwood Adventure Park

    Daring speeds. Dizzying heights. Enlivening hikes. Ziplines at Wildwood Adventure Park have it all. Progressive runs that graduate to a maximum run that stretches a quarter-mile in length, as zipliners zoom along the treetops in the incredibly scenic Flint Hills. Learn more...

  • K-State Sports

    Gamedays in Manhattan are second-to-none with an unmatched tailgating atmosphere and roaring student sections. Wildcat fans pack the stadium with purple whether it is a football game in the fall, basketball in the winter or baseball in the spring. Learn more...


 

LECOMPTON – EXIT 197


  • Historic Lecompton Walking Tour

    The Historic Lecompton Self-Guided Walking Tour has 34 noteable locations including Constitution Hall, Lecompton City Jail, Battle of Fort Titus Reenactment Cabin, Territorial Capital Museum and the Railroad Depot. Learn more...

  • Rising Sun Boat Ramp

    The Rising Sun boat ramp is a great launch site for canoers on the Kansas River Trail. Learn more...


 

LAWRENCE – EXITS 197, 202 & 204


  • Cradle of Basketball

    Visit legendary Allen Fieldhouse, home to Kansas basketball, and the DeBruce Center where James Naismith’s original rules of “basket ball” reside. Learn more...

  • Clinton State Park

    Camping, swimming beach, hiking and biking trails, disc golf, sand volleyball, fishing, water sports and much more are offered at the beautiful Clinton State Park. Learn more...

  • Baker Wetlands

    One of the most diverse habitats in Kansas, the Baker Wetlands encompasses 927 acres of rich, natural wildlife. Students, faculty, and nature lovers have identified 278 species of birds, 98 other vertebrate species, and 487 plant species at the wetlands — and these counts grow with each adventure. Learn more...


 

Leavenworth – Exits 396 & 401


  • CAMP Leavenworth

    Sept. 20-21, 2019 is a large City of Leavenworth Festival including live entertainment, food, vendors, kids games and more. Learn more...

  • Veterans Day Parade

    Nov. 11, 2019, marks the 100th anniversary of the Veterans Day Parade in Leavenworth. Leavenworth will honor its veterans with activities all weekend long. Learn more...

  • Frontier Military Historic Byway and Glacial Hills Byway

    Enjoy a Sunday drive? Why not drive these byways and discover Kansas. Learn more...


 

Bonner Springs -KS Turnpike Exit 224


  • Sunflower Hills Golf Course

    This 18-hole championship golf course is one of the most challenging and yet affordable courses in the Kansas City area. A junior golf course features six holes with three sets of tees, driving range, putting green and practice bunker. Open year round. Learn more...

  • Wyandotte County Park

    Wyandotte County Park features 325 acres, 7 shelters, all with water, electricity, restrooms and playground equipment. Four lighted tennis courts, two lighted softball fields, one lighted soccer field, one 18-hole disc golf course, a skate park and 6-hole junior golf course. The Wyandotte County Museum is also located inside the park. Learn more...

  • Timber Challenge

    KC Timber Challenge is a locally produced obstacle challenge course offering 6 different obstacle course race (OCR) events each year & daily Ninja Training Obstacle Tours for groups of 6-plus. Come play in the woods with us on 40-plus permanent obstacles! Learn more...


 

SHAWNEE – EXITS 224 (SOUTH OFF 7) & 411A (SOUTH OFF 435)


  • KC Ice Center

    With tons of stick and open ice times, visit to practice your frozen skills. Camps and clinic are available as well! Learn more...

  • Shawnee Mission Beach Volleyball

    Shawnee may be far from the ocean but it’s close to the beach! Courts are rentable and food and drink are available at The Beach Bar and Grille. Learn more...

  • Tomahawk Hills Golf Course

    Hit the links and one of KC’s favorite golf courses. This County parks run course is a great bang for your buck when it comes to green fees. Learn more...


 

KANSAS CITY – EXITS 410-423


  • Sporting KC

    Welcome to the Soccer Capital of America: home of Sporting Kansas City! Sporting KC has won three U.S. Open Cup championships (2004, 2012, 2015) to go along with two MLS Cup trophies (2000, 2013) and a Supporters’ Shield (2000) title. Sporting KC is an unparalleled professional sports experience you can’t miss. Learn more...

  • Kansas Speedway

    Kansas Speedway is a 1.5 mile tri-oval suitable for all types of racing. A six turn, 2.37 mile road course winds through the infield. Parking is always free at Kansas Speedway. Learn more...

  • Kansas City Roller Warriors

    The Kansas City Roller Warriors, LLC are KC’s premier all-female flat track roller derby league. What started 10 years ago as an alternative, underground game driven by a do-it-yourself ethos has grown to become a distinct sport that’s captured the hearts of men and women across the globe. KCRW has played an active role in helping the sport grow world-wide. Learn more...