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Seriously. The Konza Prairie is a special place to walk. There is so little prairie left and this reminds us of how vast our country was when Lewis and Clark journeyed. In the summer, it can be too hot, but the other seasons are such...More
I love to visit Konza as often as possible. It’s a lovely place for a hike, and a treasure that changes with every season. There are gems to be discovered with each time of the year including wild flowers and babbling brooks in the spring,...More
An enjoyable hike with moderate climbing. There are three loops; 2, 4, or 6 miles. All start and end at the same place and you just choose when you want to cut over to the return side of the loop.
Stairs and narrow trails preclude...More
We did this on a road trip to break up the drive. Wear appropriate shoes and clothing. We went around 2 pm as that’s when we got there. It was very hot. This is something to do in the morning. Also bring water. It’s a...More
Great family outing on the Konza Prairie. Good trails. Can challenge yourself if you’d like. Lovely vistas, saw deer, turkeys and lots of songbirds. Take water!!! They ask for a donation to keep the place going.
I do this hike once ever season. There are three loop trails of prairie/rolling hills 2, 4, and 6 miles long that are good for hiking or running anytime of year. You may see deer, turkey, rabbit, different types of birds and vegetation native to...More
My boyfriend and I did the 4.4 mile loop which featured some pretty steep inclines, but they were worth it for the dramatic and spectacular views! The trail is well maintained and very well marked.
There's no water on-site, so be sure to bring enough...More
Took the 3 mile nature trail as we were limited on time as we got there only 2 hours prior to sunset. Beautiful scenery, nice trails and lots of birds. Also saw a few deer. Would love to spend more time here.