This is the second year of the Every Kid in a Park Pass. Visit the website and see how you can help protect our nation's unique outdoor spaces and ensure that every American has the opportunity to visit and enjoy them.
The historic barn is open after rehabilitation of the flooring, joists, and supports.View photos here!
A growing herd of bison make their home on the preserve in Windmill pasture. Please do not attempt to pet or come in close contact with the bison. If threatened, they will defend themselves. Please keep a safe distance when hiking in the bison pasture. Read More for Bison Safety
Please begin your visit to the preserve at our visitor center. Parking is to the south (left) as you enter the driveway from the highway. Please read all signs and check Facebook for more frequent updates.
Past News Articles
The Nature Conservancy Kansas Chapter (TNC) recently closed on a nearly 2,000-acre conservation easement bordering the Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve located in the Flint Hills of Chase County, Kansas.
- Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve and the Kansas Geological Survey have partnered together to create a new interactive geologic map of the preserve.
- The preserve opened three ponds to catch and release fishing. See Outdoor Activities section for more details.
- Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve and the Flint Hills was selected as one of 8 Kansas Wonders.