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Great stop

We stopped while on a cross country vacation. So glad we did. It was very interesting. Great... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
famof
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Unique Rock Formations Worth Extra Time For A Stop!

This was a neat place kind of in the middle of nowhere. It was a little out of the way, but we were... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
FromSea2ShiningC
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Mansfield, Ohio
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A geological wonder near Minneapolis which is a National Natural Landmark.
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1051 Ivy Rd, Minneapolis, KS 67467-8755
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+1 785-392-3068
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We stopped while on a cross country vacation. So glad we did. It was very interesting. Great photo ops. Not far from the main road and was a great place to stretch. We were towing out travel trailer and had no trouble using the parking...More

Thank famof
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This was a neat place kind of in the middle of nowhere. It was a little out of the way, but we were glad we did it. Lots of various sizes and formations of sandstone rocks. It was $3 per adult and 50 cents per...More

Thank FromSea2ShiningC
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

It costs three dollars to get in and it's worth it. The rocks are so different from what you normally see that you can't quite believe it. One rock even has a hole all the way through it and other rocks have different features. Ten...More

Thank Leon67203
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Enjoy walking around the park even those it was hot outside.Wondering how these Big round rocks got here. They have information inside the gift shop how they was foamed,

Thank Randy S
Reviewed 26 October 2017

I really loved this little park, but found the rocks to be so odd. These rocks at Rock City are so unique in the way they are formed, looks, and their location. The park itself is easy to find, there are signs pointing you in...More

1  Thank BZimm08
Reviewed 11 September 2017

neat to see these rocks out in the middle of nowhere. you can see the entire park within 10 minutes but still a nice little pit stop if your passing through minneapolis.

1  Thank Baopham316
Reviewed 5 September 2017

I had driven by the signs for Rock City for 20 years. Was bored on the way up from Texas a couple of years ago and finally stopped. Glad I did. This place is really cool. I love the different rock formations. You can spend...More

1  Thank dan S
Reviewed 30 August 2017

Wonderful element of the Kansas-Rock-Tour. Remanent of the inland ocean that Kansas once was. Huge odd rocks and great hiking trails. Very special site -- whimsical, spiritual or just fun??? Maybe all 3.

1  Thank PrisReck
Reviewed 24 August 2017 via mobile

A great stop to get out and stretch on state highway 81 near Minneapolis Kansas. The worlds largest field of concretions. Price for the attraction is $3 per person. There is a cute little gift shop that doesn't have a lot to choose from but...More

Thank LabbyLarry
Reviewed 12 June 2017

I was told about Rock City while in Marysville, KS for a high school reunion. The limestone concretions formed when Kansas was part of the Great Inland Sea are well worth a stop. Some shaded areas for picnicking and restrooms. The lady taking admission was...More

Thank Kevin B
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Randy S
4 March 2018|
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Response from dan S | Reviewed this property |
It is a short dirt road about 1/2 mile. As I recall, there was plenty of gravel on it.
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rmayginnes
14 August 2016|
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Response from dmh26 | Reviewed this property |
I believe you can go all day. They have a charge but we went after hours and no one was there to collect the fee.
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