7 MUST DO/SEE/EAT IN KANSAS
Holly Carter / Thursday, March 5, 2020 / Categories: Food and Entertaining, Travel

7 MUST DO/SEE/EAT IN KANSAS

“Toto, I have a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore.” 

Not just another fly-over state, Kansas is filled with history, nature and oodles of opportunities for traveling nurses. 

 

To See

Monument Rocks National Landmark - Oakley, Kansas

A site to behold, large chalk formations that were formed nearly 80 MILLION years ago! This landmark is off the beaten path and is open from sunrise to sunset. “Take only pictures, leave only footprints.”

The OZ Museum - Wamego, Kansas

Do you love The Wizard of Oz? Come see exclusive exhibits and learn things you never knew before about this classic movie. Fun and fascinating for all ages!

 

To Do

Elk River Trail - Elk City, Kansas

This trail runs 15 miles from point to point and is considered moderate to difficult. It may be challenging but along the way you will find hidden treasures such as tiny waterfalls, rock chambers and small caves. 

 

Tulip Time Festival at the Lake - Topeka, Kansas

Enjoy this April, springtime festival and enjoy 60,000 multicolored tulips, live music, food trucks, vendors and more!

 

To Eat

Airport Steakhouse - Hutchinson, Kansas

This steakhouse is famous in the midwest for their grilled steaks. So good that it was voted #1 steakhouse in Reno County, Kansas.

Josie's Ristorante - Scammon, Kansas

In the small town of Scammon there is a hidden gem called Josie’s Ristorante that will give you the tastes of Old Italy. And what we all love to hear, their breads and pastas are baked daily. Is your mouth watering too? 

Slap’s BBQ - Kansas City, Kansas

A city where BBQ runs wide, Slap’s BBQ serves KC’s finest, award winning ribs, burnt ends and more. Grab your favorite bib, wet napkins and be ready to eat good!

 

If you are looking to check every state off your travel list, now is the perfect time to consider Kansas. Springtime in the Midwest is something special. 

Apply to your Perfect Kansas Job today!

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