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Living just a few miles from The Arikaree Breaks I enjoy them often!
Each season has its own unique beauty. But spring is always my favorite. If we've had winter snow and spring rains the deep ravines, trees and wildflowers along with native grasses come...More
It was a longer drive out of St. Francis than I thought since I didn't have a map. I didn't find much of a place to stop but the view was nice. I kept going on the dirt road and ended up in Nebraska on...More
I picked up a map at a filling station in St. Francis and followed their directions. I stopped at most of the location stops. Some of the signs had been knocked down, but it was easy to follow. The roads were quite good, even though...More
I am blessed to live a few miles from this amazing terrain.
My go to place for relaxation and rejuvenation! While beautiful in every season, spring is my favorite time when the deep canyons come alive with green grass and wildflowers. Driving over the first...More
Google can give you a starting point at the St Francis Court House. Look on Kansas travel websites. It is about 30 miles of mostly dirt roads. Don't go after a rain. Bring water and be sure you have enough gas. Nice scenery to be...More
"The Breaks" are a unique part of the Kansas landscape. If you are in the area and like natural land-forms, it is well worth a visit.
Be sure to go on over to the "Three Corners." Stand in three states at once and sign the...More
Response from debraharper5 | Reviewed this property |
I doubt that you can. Private land owners would have to grant permission and may not want to do that with cattle in the breaks. And liability issues. You can call 785-332-4950 which is the Cheyenne County Museum and they may... More
I doubt that you can. Private land owners would have to grant permission and may not want to do that with cattle in the breaks. And liability issues. You can call 785-332-4950 which is the Cheyenne County Museum and they may help you.
In about two weeks the breaks will come to life since we have recently had rains. They are beautiful! If you come to visit them check into The Spencer House Bed & Breakfast and The Motorcycle Museum. Fresh Seven Coffee Shop and Diamond R Bar.