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Buses, organizations, clubs, families and groups of all size are welcome.
Please call Oakley Tourism at 785.671.1000 to assist your trip planning or book your visit.

COME VISIT

The Oakley area offers attractions and annual events worth visiting time and time again.  Centrally located between Denver and Topeka, off I-70 at exits 70 and 76, and highways U.S. 83 and U.S. 40, Oakley is in the heart of northwest Kansas and a convenient stop whether you are going east or west, north or south.
Hotels, Motels, and RV Camping available.

Monument Rocks evening
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OAKLEY MURALS

Fossil Art
 Location:  Fick Fossil & History Musem
W. 3rd & Cherry St

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ART AROUND TOWN

Oakley Past & Present Location:  Jamboree Foods 2nd & Converse

 Downtown Oakley offers some great outdoor photo ops to remember your visit.  The Jamboree grocery store’s mural covers two walls and tells some of the history or our town and conveys the pioneering spirit of those who settled the plains in the 1800’s - depicted by the Plainsmen school mascot.  The Monument Rocks Silhouette, on the wall of the Farm and Home True Value, was painted by the Oakley high school art students. 
 

You'll also want to visit the Fick Fossil Museum for an art display you won’t see anywhere else in the world.  Museum namesake, Vi Fick, collected thousands of fossils and created one-of-a kind funky folk art, multi-media art that is displayed year-round in the museum

Monument Rocks Silhouette
Location:  Farm & Home
Center Ave & 2nd St

ATTRACTIONS ON THE WESTERN VISTAS HISTORIC BYWAY

Click on the site for more information

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HUNTING IN NORTHWEST KANSAS

 In the heart of the western high plains of Kansas, the combination of native grass and varied farm crops including corn, milo, wheat and sunflowers makes this region an ideal habitat for ringnecked pheasant. 

The State of Kansas offers over 2 million acres of public Walk In Hunting Access (WIHA) Lands.
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Oakley Mural Downtown