Click for WaKeeney, KS Forecast

WaKeeney, Kansas, USA

Is this accurate?

Threshing Machine Canyon  
32001 Highway 147
Ellis, KS 67637

Near Cedar Bluff State Park and Reservoir, Threshing Machine Canyon was a station on Butterfield’s Overland Despatch (BOD) or the Smoky Hill Trail. It was the site of an 1867 Native American attack on a wagon train in the bottom of the canyon known as Bluffton Station that was transporting a threshing machine to Brigham Young in Salt Lake City. Carvings dating back to the mid-1800's can still be seen in the limestone bluffs. 13 miles south of I-70 at exit 135, this area is only open to the public during certain times of the year and is accessed by a road west of the park.

What our users are saying about Threshing Machine Canyon | Rate Threshing Machine Canyon

No one has reviewed this - be first!

Post your review

Confirmation code:


WaKeeney Area Attractions

WaKeeney Public Library
F-14 Tomcat Fighter Jet
Iwo Jima Memorial
Threshing Machine Canyon
Trego County Historical Society Museum
Emanuel Lutheran Church
Trego County Fair Exhibit Building
Kansas Veterans' Cemetery at WaKeeney
Smoky Valley Scenic Byway
Trego County Courthouse


Free iPhone App