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3 miles north on 13th Avenue and 1 mile west on Coronado Road
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About this Exploration:
Open to the public.
7 a.m.-10 p.m.
Coronado Heights is the southern most hill of a series of seven, known as the Smoky Hills. It is believed that Francisco Vasquez de Coronado viewed the valley from this vantage point looking for the seven cities of gold.
Native Dakota sandstone was used to build the "castle" and picnic areas in 1936 as a project of the Works Project Administration, creating the perfect opportunity for a picnic, flying kites, hiking or riding the off road bike trails.
Bask in the sun, or arm yourself with a Viking sword and shield and experience a day in the life of a brave warrior.
Do not forget your camera! It is a favorite of photographers and artists alike.
Coronado Heights was voted by the public to be one of the 8 Wonders of Kansas Geography!
104 E. Lincoln/P.O. Box 70
Lindsborg, KS 67456
Phone: 888.227.2227 /785.227.8687