Cheyenne County


Arikaree Breaks

The breaks are located on the extreme northern edge of Cheyenne County. This area of extremely rough terrain, with its deep ravines and gullies, is a marked contrast to the plains generally associated with the area. The breaks were formed by wind-deposited sand, silt and clay particles called loess.


Cheyenne County for Creative Arts

CC4C is dedicated to enrich lives through creativity and the arts.

Gallery Located:
109 North Quincy, PO Box 674
Saint Francis, Kansas

Cherry Creek Encampment

A memorial to the Cheyenne Indians who survived the Sand Creek Massacre.

Located one mile west from St. Francis on Hwy 27, one mile north.

Tri-State Antique Engine & Thresher Show

Celebrating our Rural Heritage for over 65 years



  • Bird City Swimming Pool, 100 N Rich Ave., Bird City, KS 67731, 785-734-2241
  • Cheyenne Theater, Washington St., St. Francis, KS
  • Cheylin Recreation Commission, PO Box 187, Bird City, KS 67731
  • Cheylin Wellness Center, 6th and Demick Ave, Bird City, KS
  • Riverside Recreation Golf Course, W. Highway 36, St. Francis, KS
  • St. Francis Community Swimming Pool, 207 S. Cherry, St. Francis, KS 67756
  • St. Francis Recreation Commission, 100 College St., St. Francis, KS 67756
  • St. Francis Wellness Center – 100 N College St., St. Francis, KS 67756.  Contact Penny Gienger at 785-332-2545 for details.  $20 annual dues plus charge for access charge.  Accessible 24×7