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Would you consider visiting the Flint Hills for a vacation?

Response Percent Votes
No, it doesn’t seem like a good vacation spot
 
53% 382
Yes, I’ve been before and would visit again
 
33% 241
I’ve never been but would like to go
 
12% 87
Total 710

Comments

Kirk Larson 4 years ago

Driving on the bottom of the sea...

Scott Morgan 4 years ago

I read about Kansas being backward and do agree in one area. To bring in some touristo bucks we must wrestle away power from the Corp of Engineers and open up some our lakes to private development.

Think about all the Kansas tax dollars leaving the state every weekend. Lake of the Ozarks/Table Rock Lake for example.

Scott Morgan 4 years ago

Have a physical problem which will not allow me to put a boat in or camp anymore. I can go and do fish Missouri lakes which provide excellent shore structure. My life partner can and do rent cabins and pontoons boats in Missouri as well.

How sad we can not do this in our own state.

rockchalker52 4 years ago

My wife & I are going to attend this year's Symphony in the Flint Hills. Such beautiful country! I wonder what all the critters think when an entire orchestra starts playing.

notanota 4 years ago

If the Flint Hills didn't have chiggers, muggy hot heat, and ticks...

50YearResident 4 years ago

We took a road trip through the Flint Hills and it was very enjoyable. We visited the Tallgrass National Prarie Park, took a bus ride through the park, went to a rodeo at Strong City, saw a parade in progress drove to see the oldest Court House in Kansas, then stayed overnight at Cottonwood Falls and had Dinner at one of the oldest resturants in cattle country. All was a very nice road trip. I would go again.

Kontum1972 4 years ago

and who gets to pick up all the trash....?

the Koch bros?

how many people visit Boot-Hill?

Kontum1972 4 years ago

how many native americans visit the Flint Hills?

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