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This prairie state boasts urban and rural communities, and we offer great deals on hotels throughout. Choose a Topeka business hotel if you are visiting the capital city, a discount Lawrence hotel if you are attending a University of Kansas ball game, and a luxury riverfront Wichita hotel for visits to nearby Cheney State Park. For accommodations that fit your budget

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When Dorothy said “there’s no place like home”, she meant Kansas! The enormous Kansas City metropolitan area spills across the Kansas/Missouri border, and much of the growth is occurring to the south on the Kansas side. Expanding suburbs such as Olathe and Leawood add to the variety of Kansas hotels from which to choose, and it’s easy to travel in and around the KC area.

Most of the state is quite flat, with cornfields and prairie grasses the norm. Attractions abound, from the Country Club Plaza, a shopping and dining destination, to professional sports and a world-renowned Zoo. The rest of the state stretches to the west along I-70, bringing you first to college-town Lawrence where you can visit the University of Kansas, and then to the capital city Topeka where you should visit the National Historic Landmark Brown v. Board of Education which ended racial segregation in schools.

You can continue along the interstate all the way to Colorado, but you might enjoy veering to the southwest to visit Wichita. This city features a wonderful Riverwalk with a very popular Riverfest held in June. Just outside Wichita you can visit Cheney State Park with two marinas and a nature trail, while Tuttle Creek State Park near Manhattan offers over 12,000 acres of water fun, mountain biking and nature trails galore and spectacular fishing. September brings hundreds of thousands of visitors each year to the Kansas State Fair in Hutchinson.

Several National Historic Trails pass through this state, including the Pony Express and the Santa Fe, and practically every city and town you stop in spotlights some bit of history. Visit and you will agree - there’s no place like Kansas!

Best Kansas Parks

Cheney State Park

Cheney offers 9,600 acres of lake surface surrounded by almost two thousand acres of parkland.  You will find 2 marinas, boat ramps and docks on this very popular sailing lake; cast a line for channel catfish and white bass fishing as well. Spring Creek Wildlife Observation Trail takes you over a wetland and running stream; Geifer Creek is popular with hikers and mountain bikers. Find Discount Hotels near Cheney State Park.

Fort Scott National Historic Site

Established in 1842, Fort Scott is a representation of the Kansas experience from the settling of the West through the tensions of the Civil War. You can see 33 historically furnished rooms in 20 historic structures via self-guided tour; three museum areas include infantry barracks, dragoon barracks and the Wilson-Goodlander house. Find Discount Hotels near Fort Scott National Historic Site.

Tuttle Creek State Park

A couple easy nature trails, a 6 mile mountain biking trail challenging riders with rock outcrops and ridges, an 18-hole disc golf course and a scenic 13 mile equestrian trail are just the beginning of the outdoor fun found in this 1,200 acre park. Fishermen enjoy excellent channel cat and flathead fishing, and there is a state-of-the-art Shooting Range on site. Find Discount Hotels near Tuttle Creek State Park.

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