Sleep Inn And Suites Hays

1011 East 41st Street, Hays, Kansas, 67601, United States
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Picken Hall, Fort Hays State UniversityPicken Hall, Fort Hays State University

First United Methodist Church, Hays, KSFirst United Methodist Church, Hays, KS

Volga-German HausVolga-German Haus

Hays Statue of LibertyHays Statue of Liberty

Travel Tips for Hays

Nothing beats the original

by caffeine_induced78

When citizens of "rough and ready" Hays picked up and moved East to Dodge City - they took the name "Boot Hill," with them.

Hays City was the original "lawless" town in the area. This was for a time the western terminus of the Kansas and Pacific Railroad.

Here on the corner of 18th and Fort (within city limits) is what is known as Boot Hill. It is estimated that here were buried about 70 people who died violent deaths. There was no ceremony - just leave their boots on and throw them on the pile.

Some bodies have since been moved. Some they say are still here.

Fort Hays State University

by atufft

Hays has a population of only 20,000, but the university is a substantial enrollment of 9,000 student. Thus, the university figures very large in the town's culture, even if it is not reflected in a lively downtown area. The liberal arts college has many locally quarried limestone buildings of substantial architectural interest, which was the focus of my first visit. However, I have provided in the link below, the university website. In this tip, I present Picken Hall, with it's fountain, and the massive Sheridan Coliseum. The Sheridan Coliseum has recently been renovated and turned from a sports to theater venue. The architectural style employed in most university buldings apears to reflect the sort of crenulated defensive structures found in fortresses; hence the link to the original Fort Hays from where the land grant for the college has it's origins.

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by Glaspie

Watch out! This is where the snow blows sideways - it's the wind. Love green grass and tons of trees? This isn't the place for you. Buffalo grass is hard to kill but stays yellow until midsummer. (The buffalo herd IS nice to visit, albeit small. If you're lucky you'll see a newborn calf - they're adorable.)
Flat? You bet. Hence the wind. And you can hear the trains in the middle of the night, even 25 blocks away.
Wal-Mart. No K-Mart, and the nearest Target is 94 miles away in Salina. Forget toy stores, although Chalk Dust is a good store downtown. Decent bookstore: Gulliver's. Decent doctors and good hospital. Small university town without students hassling people.

Real highlights: The buffalo herd. The old fort, across the street from the buffalo. Take the kids to the new pool on south main. See the Sternberg Museum. Skip the barbed wire museum in LaCrosse (just south of Hays) unless you're REALLY into barbed wire.

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Address: 1011 East 41st Street, Hays, Kansas, 67601, United States