625 N. Hedville Rd., Salina Kansas 67401
785-827-9488 Fax 785-827-3738
Rolling Hills Refuge Wildlife Conservation Center is located on 145 acres of pristine Kansas prairie. Sixty of these acres have been transformed into a beautifully landscaped Park setting and are open to the public. The Refuge is home to more than 80 species of animals, housed in spacious, naturalistic habitat settings. Among the Refuge residents are many animals that are rare or endangered in the wild, including chimpanzees, leopards, orangutangs, white tigers, and two species of rhinos.
Guests enjoy the Park on their own to be sure that each visitor can explore at a comfortable pace. The paved walking path is approximately 1.5 miles long, or there is a narrated tram that tours the Refuge and allows for an extraordinary view of the Park and its many inhabitants. After touring the Refuge, guests may grab a bite to eat at The Overlook restaurant or browse through the unique wildlife merchandise at the Safari Station gift shop.
Other Wildlife Viewing nearby:
(Junction City) Animal Care Clinic
(Ellsworth) Elkhorn Creek Outfitters
(Abilene) Greyhound Hall of Fame
(Salina) Rolling Hills Refuge
(Salina) Rolling Hills Zoo
02/03 Coming to The Salina area
Wild West Festival Hays City KS July3-6 A typical Kansas fair -- parade, big name music stars, games, demonstrations, competitions and shows, including fireworks.
Kansas State Fair Hutchinson KS September6-15 Each year, over 400,000 visitors flock to the Kansas State Fair to visit a wide array of exhibits, partake in fabulous Fair food, and see the amazing butter sculpture.