Video: Cattle Towns and Cowboys, Kansas and The Old West

The larger-than-life cowboy legends of the Old West were born on the frontier plains and in the cattle towns of Kansas. Wichita grew from a cattletown to the largest city in the state and few towns capture the spirit of the American cowboy like Dodge City. The Old West still lives in many other Kansas communities such as Abilene, Newton, Caldwell and Ellsworth. Go World partnered with Kansas Tourism and spent more than 11 weeks filming travel adventures in Kansas. The result was a fun series highlighting the often-unknown, but truly fun ways to experience Kansas. Enjoy!

The Old West Lives on in Kansas

The larger-than-life cowboy legends of the Old West were born on the frontier plains and  the cattle towns of Kansas. Wichita grew from a wild and unruly cattle town to the largest city in the state, and few towns capture the spirit of the American cowboy like Dodge City, Kansas. The Old West still lives in many other Kansas communities as well – Abilene, Newton, Caldwell and Ellsworth all keep the cowboy culture alive year-round.

Go World partnered with Kansas Tourism and spent more than 11 weeks filming travel adventures in Kansas. The result was a fun series highlighting travel in Kansas, featuring the often-unknown, but truly fun ways to experience the state.