We started our third day in the Tallgrass Prairie by catching a tour at the Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve’s Visitor Center. We boarded the bus with many other eager enthusiasts and began our journey on a bumpy dirt road through the surrounding prairie. When we got to the highest point in the prairie, we all got out and enjoyed a 360 degree view. It was almost overwhelming! What a awesome sight!!
After the tour, we drove north to the Native Stone Byway. On this trek we found even more native prairie plants and some of the most beautiful stone fences made of native limestone.
We topped the day off with a visit to the Alma Creamery and enjoyed samples of some of the most delicious, creamy cheeses you can imagine. So, of course, we had to take some home with us. (My family and I have enjoyed every bite!)