Fees & Reservations
Passes are no longer available at Fort Larned NHS. The nearest location to obtain Senior and Access passes is Quivira National Wildlife Refuge, 50 miles east of Fort Larned NHS. Interagency Annual Passes may be purchased online from the USGS Store.
Guided tours are a great way to learn about and explore Fort Larned in depth. Walking tours of Fort Larned take an average of one hour, but can be modified to suit your group's needs and abilities. Visitors are also welcome to take self-guided tours of the fort.
Ranger-guided tours of Fort Larned are offered year-round by reservation. Large groups, such as tour groups or school groups, must reserve guided tours in advance. Call 620-285-6911 for reservations.
As staffing allows, scheduled guided tours may be offered throughout the day. Call 620-285-6911 to inquire about the park's current tour schedule.
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...