Buhler is located in Reno County between Hutchinson, (Eleven miles northeast of Hutchinson), and Moundridge within South Central Region of the state. Pop. (2000) 1,381.
The northwest quadrant of town is filled with attractive homes. Downtown Buhler is neat and clean and active; Adrians A-Z stores are everywhere. Buhler's 1st post office, was named Hamburg, in 1888. Later that year, the name was changed to Buhler. Many of the early settlers were German-speaking Mennonites who brought strong religious beliefs and strong wheat-farming skills.
Wheatland Park on the east side of town is well-maintained and extensive. There's an interesting metal sculpture symbolizing the wheat that makes this area so prosperous. The Wall-Ratzlaff House at 103 N. Maple is an 1898 mansion that has been restored to its original state.
Buhler has a full range of basic services, including a public library.
Local activities include The Buhler Frolic in the first weekend in October.