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This was one of my favorite stops on our road trip. If you are interested in history and the westward expansion, this is a must see. There is a short walking trail with lots of information and pictures of trail during its use.
Well thought out originally but poorly maintained and overgrown. But you can get a good sense of what the Santa Fe pioneers had to contend with as they followed the Arkansas River. Don't miss the aqueduct remnants and take binoculars.
after all these years, the tracks are still visible. you have to watch for the sign, as it only says "historical marker"
We were not expecting this place but just stopped to check it out, lot of history and good way to stretch your legs to walk out to the information stations, at the last, it is on a hill and from there, you can see the countryside for miles, glad we stopped
We didn't know about this until we talked to a local. We were glad we drove out west of town. The signs are informative and the walk is short for those who can't walk well.
This was one of the things I wanted to see. It took a little bit to get there, but it was worth it. Very quiet, and you could hear the Westen Prairie Meadowlark. Just standing there imagining the pioneers crossing there was amazing. Along with that peaceful feeling come with little nats, that were everywhere, but that is mother nature.... 更多
We're fascinated with old wagon train tracks from the Oregon and other trails, so naturally we wanted to see these. The only "directions" said 9 miles west of Dodge on US 50. After driving considerably more than that, we turned around. We knew we had not missed the sign, but I remembered seeing a small brown "historical marker" sign a... 更多
Sign had been blown down by the winds so was a bit to find. 6 miles west of Dodge City there is a pull off going up a small hill. Not the best place to view the ruts of the old Santa Fe trail but the signage gave a great history on the trail. Went about 2 hours before sunset... 更多
There isn't really anything to see of the old Santa Fe Trail but a great opportunity to imagine how it looked 150 years ago.