This is definitely one of the most unique and gorgeous places in Kansas.
And it's officially opening as a state park next month!
It's opening to the public on October 12th!
According to KSN:
"A ceremony with speeches and a ribbon cutting will mark the grand opening of the park to the public at 10:00 a.m. Two permanent trails will open after the ceremony and will close at sunset.
Free guided tours are available on opening day, departing from the parking lot every hour from 11:30 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. Registration is required for the tours and can be completed here.
The two trails will allow visitors to explore part of the 220 acres of dramatic chalk rock formations that are located in southern Logan County.
The Overlook Trail extends one-quarter mile along a crushed rock surface to a scenic viewpoint. The Life on the Rocks Trail winds 1.5 miles along the rim of the formations from which visitors can enjoy a variety of views and two scenic overlooks."