Please see the "Meetings" page for more information.


Please see the "Meetings" page for more information.

Trail Map

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Show your spirit! The proceeds of all t-shirt sales go directly to Prairie Travelers' mission. The t-shirts cost $15.00 each and come in both men's and women's designs.

The Prairie Sunset Trail t-shirts above are available at Bicycle Pedaler, Heartland Cycle, Continental Cyclery, and Bicycle X-Change Shops.




Fall/Winter 2013
Fall/Winter 2012




May is Bike Month

Prairie Travelers will have a Prairie Sunset Trail bicycle ride on Saturday, May 17th. We will meet at the trailhead in Goddard at 1:00 pm for the option of riding 4, 12 or 16 miles of the trail, or combine it with a road ride to McArthur Rd, past Lake Afton to 295th or on to Cheney and return on the trail from Garden Plain for a total distance up to 30 or so miles. Distance can be more or less by extending your route choice. The trail is a limestone base making a fatter tire or cyclocross tire your best option. If you opt to ride your road bike we will keep you on paved roads with a sag break at the covered bridge at our trailhead in Garden Plain. So all styles of bicycles will work!!

Enjoy the day, warm up your muscles for the annual Wicked Wind 100 bicycle ride the following morning and join us on Sedgwick County's first rails to trails complete with a covered bridge (a memorial to long time WW100 organizer Cecile Kellenbarger) and a tunnel at Yoder Airpark!

The trailhead in Goddard is located 1/2 mile south of Kellogg on 199th. St W and the City Park at Santa Fe St.

Be sure to mark your calendars and come out and join the fun!

Fall/Winter Newsletter

Hot off of the presses: Fall/Winter 2013

Trail Map - New!

Here's a cool new, full-color map of the Prairie Sunset Trail!

Adopt Part of Prairie Sunset Trail

The section of the trail from 215th St. W. to 231st St. W. is currently available for adoption. Please contact us for more details!

Trail Maintenance 2013

Surface work on the trail between 199th and 183rd.

Walnut Valley Metric 2013

Membership Forms Updated

MEMBERSHIP FORM | Membership Brochure (Tri-fold)

The Prairie Sunset Trail

For those of you who have enjoyed the trail, thank you for using it and keeping us in touch with daily trail needs. This trail belongs to all of us, so please renew your membership for 2014 and take time to enjoy it. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization so your donation is tax deductible. Continued improvement is feasible through membership dues and volunteering, please help in any way you can!

Sunflower Rail-Trails Conservancy

The folks at Sunflower Rail-Trails Conservancy have put together an informative brochure with the contact information for the rail trails in Kansas. In order to build and maintain these rail-trails for the enjoyment and benefit of all, volunteers and donations are always need and very welcome! Kansas Rail Trails.

Rail Trail News

If you have information regarding rail trails (proposed, under construction, or current) in Kansas, please forward the information to bryantnc@gmail.com and we will update our information.

Trail Benefits

Everyone wins with the preservation of transportation corridors and the development of linear trails: the nation retains a vital resource, the public gains a place to safely walk or ride, the railroads retain the right to restore rail service in the future, small towns can receive an economic boon, and adjacent landowners obtain access to a recreational facility and increased property values.

By helping to preserve Kansas' heritage and recreational opportunities, you will be giving your children and grandchildren an irreplaceable gift - living history. If the linear trails project cannot be kept on track, so to speak, the corridors may be lost forever. That is why Prairie Travelers needs your help.

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