There is plenty to do in the Oakley area. From scenic natural wonders to the fine arts, we have much for you to discover. The Monuments Rocks were recently named one of the "8 Wonders of Kansas" and the Buffalo Bill Sculpture is one the "8 Wonders of Kansas Art." Come Explore Oakley!
  1. Buffalo Bill Sculpture

    Buffalo Bill Sculpture

    From 1867-1868 the Kansas Pacific Railroad was being built in the heart of buffalo country. From points west of Hays, Kansas, fresh meat was hazardous to obtain due to hostile Indians.

  2. Dough Boy

    Dough Boy

    Logan County honors its Doughboy troops of WW I with this famous sculpture “Spirit of the American Doughboy”.

  3. Memorial Garden

    Memorial Garden

    Memorial Garden is located in Bertrand Park, just north of Fick Fossil and History Museum, 700 West Third. With respect we honor our service men and women and we remember Kansas State Senator Stan Clark of Oakley.

  4. Monument Rocks

    Monument Rocks

    Rising majestically from the seemingly flat prairie, just 25 miles south of Oakley, Kansas on Highway 83, are the Monument Rocks or Pyramids as most local folks call them.

  5. Nature Conservancy

    Nature Conservancy

    The Nature Conservancy’s Smoky Valley Ranch is 16,800 acres of predominately short grass prairie. Much of the land is leased to local ranchers, but 3,000 acres are committed to a buffalo herd.

  6. Survivor of the Plains

    Survivor of the Plains

    Located in front of the Logan County Courthouse, 710 W Second, is the Survivor of the Plains sculpture. This life size bronze coyote is mounted on native stone and is the work of sculptor Charlie Norton of Leoti, Kansas.