Fort Larned National Historic Site is located along Kansas Highway 156, a two-lane highway with a narrow shoulder.
There are no bike paths within Fort Larned National Historic Site.
Bike racks are located near the visitor center. Please help protect the historic buildings at Fort Larned by using the bike racks. Do not lean bikes against the buildings.
If you plan to bike to the Santa Fe Trail ruts area of the park, plan for about 5.5 miles one way of gravel roads. Inquire at the visitor center for road conditions or to obtain a map to the site.
Did You Know?
In 1859, Capt. George H. Steuart oversaw the establishment of Camp on Pawnee Fork, which later became Fort Larned. He later joined the Confederacy and was captured at Spotsylvania by General Hancock. Hancock came to Fort Larned in 1867. More...