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What To Do At the Clover Cliff Ranch

Vast open spaces provide guests with any number of options to enjoy nature at her best. Rolling
hills and Bluestem grass framed by an open sky invite visitors to relax, breathe fresh air and
take a break from all things stressful.

Guests enjoy sunrises and sunsets. On most nights, except when weather interferes, visitors can
gaze at stars that are much brighter in an open sky away from city lights.

Watching and listening to birds from the front porch or out on a hiking trail is another experience
to enjoy. Sounds of nature are everywhere - constant reminders that all creatures great and small
call this place home.

Nature lovers enjoy photographing wildflowers out in the hills, beside streams or in and around
rock formations. Folks who like to retreat indoors can curl up with a good book, eat cookies
and snacks, sip a frosty cold drink, enjoy a cup of coffee, play games or even take a nap.

Disc golfing guests at the Bed and Breakfast are welcome to play the on-site 18-hole course. The
rugged terrain creates a challenge for even experts on the circuit. Hiking enthusiasts also like
to follow the trail - approximately 3 miles, for a rigorous workout. Call for details, including dates
when tournament participants have exclusive use of the course. (620-343-0621)

Check out the following nearby places of interest:

Chase County Courthouse – oldest county courthouse still in use in Kansas and the second oldest
in continuous use west of the Mississippi River

Cottonwood Falls, Kansas – a historic downtown, experiencing a rebirth with a variety of shops ranging from
antiques to unique gifts with a western twist 

Metamorphosis Day Spa & Vintage Boutique - offers spa services, such as facials, lash extensions, and waxing, while also giving you the opportunity to shop our vintage collection of hand-picked and handmade items

Symphony in the Flint Hills Gallery - concert amphitheater in a tallgrass prairie with year-round events, education, a shop & art gallery

Cedar Point Mill - an 1875 grist mill, historic stone site, currently being renovated 

Flint Hills Discovery Center – programs and a collection of exhibits that focus on the unique ecoregion of the Flint Hills of Kansas and the Osage Hills of northern Oklahoma (Manhattan, Kansas – about 65 miles from the Clover Cliff Ranch)

Emma Chase Friday Night Music - a weekly gathering of musicians, who come together to share their “varying levels of musicianship” with audiences that number from 25 to 200, depending on the night

Historic Council Grove, Kansas – one of the last stops on the Santa Fe Trail in the mid-1800s

Horseback Riding – another opportunity to experience the Tallgrass Prairie and cowboy culture

Knute Rockne Memorial – the site of the airplane crash that killed the famous Notre Dame football coach and his other traveling companions

Stone Arch Bridge at Clements – an impressive double-arch structure completed in 1888

Strong City, Kansas – a nearby town historically connected with the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway

Tallgrass Prairie – a National Preserve dedicated to protecting a significant remnant of the tallgrass prairie and its cultural resources

William Allen White home – the Pulitzer Prize winning journalist hosted presidents and other famous people in this Emporia, Kansas home

Pioneer Bluffs - a historic Flint Hills ranch featuring an art gallery, heritage education programs and Prairie Talks

Chase Disc Golf - a professional 18-hole course located in Cottonwood Falls, Swope Park

The Bank - an art space in Matfield Green open spring, summer and fall Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 10:00 - 5:00; other times by appointment

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