Home on the Range Cabin

Home on the Range Cabin(Athol)

Home on the Range Cabin
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Hwy 9, Athol, KS

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Sherri R
堪萨斯Gardner138 条分享
Worth the stop
2020年7月
What a delightful surprise! Driving from Franklin, NE, to Gardner, KS. Stopped at this cabin of the man who wrote the Kansas State Song. The area has been preserved and a walking trail through the surrounding area added. An unexpected find. Glad we stopped. They sure lived in small places. This place lets you see how very small it could be.
撰写日期:2020年7月20日
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Henry A
堪萨斯Hays483 条分享
Take time to roam a little
2020年6月
If you are into history or just the real Kansas as it was, this is a nice stop. Restoration work on the cabin was done with historical integrity to the extent possible.

It is humbling to see the home of a family of five. Life was different!

There is plenty of room to roam and stretch your legs if you wish. Our early teen granddaughter thought it was cool and wished her mother could have seen it too. Her younger sister said it was "interesting."
撰写日期:2020年6月22日
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David L
堪萨斯曼哈顿29 条分享
Worth stopping if you are in the area
2018年8月 • 家庭
I had read about this place for many years but never visiting. When our family was in the area recently we finally stopped. They have done some significant restoration of this site over the past 2-3 years. The cabin is nicely restored.
撰写日期:2018年8月14日
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BrockDaBadger
德克萨斯州2,471 条分享
Historical Place with Lots of Vegetation
2017年8月 • 好友
We stumbled on this place driving from Salina, Kansas to Kearney, Nebraska. Surrounded mainly by corn fields, this historical place was an easy stop off on Kansas SH-8. Lots of local vegetation maintained by the local 4-H club.
撰写日期:2017年8月27日
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stephaniebG9748TX
伊利诺伊州Barrington17 条分享
Kids loved it
2017年8月 • 家庭
Kids found it fascinating. We could have spent a lot more time walking the trails and looking for wildlife.
撰写日期:2017年8月5日
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Henry A
堪萨斯Hays483 条分享
The deer are still roaming - no antelope
2017年8月 • 好友
This is a great stop - particularly if you are from Kansas and revere our state song. The cabin has been restored again, and the recent movie release has increased interest. If you go, be sure to go inside if you can and also sign the guestbook.

There are a couple of walking paths through the forest on the site. It is a good place to look for birds or other wildlife. We really did see deer on this pathway.
撰写日期:2017年8月2日
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ginae75
堪萨斯威奇托191 条分享
Worth the out of the way stop...
2016年7月 • 家庭
When i take my three girls on our yearly trips around Kansas, I try to hit plenty ofhistorical sites. My girls are familiar with the song and I was surprised how excited they we're to see the actual cabin where the song was written. It is one of those places that after you go once, you probably won't go again, but it was worth it and a very memorable experience. I can appreciate all the work that was recently done to preserve this piece of Kansas history.
撰写日期:2016年8月15日
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fratwin
堪萨斯萨利纳310 条分享
Something different
2015年7月 • 家庭
My parents and I stopped by on our way home. The house was nicely redone and looks like it should. If you are looking for something unique check it out. You can simply check out the house or venture out on a trail.
撰写日期:2015年7月10日
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GKW32
堪萨斯Norton60 条分享
Historic rustic cabin
2014年5月 • 好友
Description In 1871, in his dugout on the bank of the West Beaver Creek in Smith County, KS, Dr. Brewster Higley VI penned the words to a poem titled "My Western Home". It was later set to music by Dan Kelly and the refrain added by Judge John Harlan; the song "Home on the Range" was born. 785-697-2347.
The cabin has been restored and lets one imagine what it would be like to live on the prairie in the 1870s. foot bridges and walking paths have been installed. It's a great place to stop for a picnic, spend the day and enjoy some Kansas history and the outdoors.
撰写日期:2014年5月18日
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